Permeability of SPEV Cell Membranes for Water and DMSO Molecules
Keywords:permeability coefficients, SPEV cells, volumetry
Using the volumetry method there were defined the permeability coefficients of SPEV cell membranes for water and DMSO. It has been established that with increasing the volumes of cell dimensions their membrane permeability for DMSO molecules reduces. Numeric modeling of osmotic behavior of SPEV cells during freezing in DMSO presence has shown that during cooling with 1Â°C/min the dehydration of SPEV cells occurs within the temperature range of â€“7.5...â€“1Â°C and the rise of cooling rate up to 5Â°C/min and higher may be the cause of intracellular crystallization.
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