Cryopreserved Chorionic Tissue in Maternal and Fetal Infection Therapy (Clinical and Experimental Research)
Keywords:cryopreservation, chorionic tissue, maternal-fetal infection
The cryosensitivity of chorionic tissue (CT) under different cryopreservation protocols, CT effect on pregnancy proceeding and outcome in laboratory animals were investigated. The application efficiency of preparation â€œPlatex-chorionicâ€ (PC) in a combined therapy of maternal-fetal infection (MFI) was under study. Both DMSO and that combined with PEO-4000 were shown to be the cryoprotectants of choice for CT freezing. Chorionic tissue has no teratogenic properties and positively affects the reproductive indices. The PC use in a combined therapy of MFI enables to improve placental structure, reduce the morbidity in gestation process and labor, thereby significantly enhancing prognosis for mother and newborn.
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