The technique of freezing tissues or cells or other biological materials at very low temperatures in which the materials remain genetically stable and metabollically inert. Cryopreservation may involve freezers (-80 degrees Centigrade), or preservation with dry ice (-79 degrees) or liquid nitrogen (-196 degrees).
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