State of Human Cord Blood Nucleated Cells After Cryopreservation with DMSO and Antioxidants and Transfer to Conditions Simulating Physiological
Keywords:human cord blood, nucleated cells, cryopreservation of nucleated cells, dimethylsulfoxide, antioxidant, ascorbic acid, N-acetyl-L-cysteine, glutathione
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