Study of Placenta Tissue Saturation with Dimethyl Sulfoxide
Keywords:placenta, DMSO, differential scanning calorimetry, NMR
The study of placenta samplesâ€™ saturation with dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) by means of DSC and NMR methods was carried out. Placenta samples were exposed in 10, 40, 60 % (w/w) DMSO solutions up to 7 days. A decrease in DMSO concentration in tissue after placenta tissue equilibration within 21 hrs and longer was shown, that was probably related to the processes, based on the mechanisms of chemical origin.
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