The word cryo or cryos (κρύο) is Greek and means "icy cold" (from crystallos). The word is also known from cryobiology. Cryos or Cryos International is also an international network of sperm banks. ...
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Unit Test, Cryo (Cold, Freezing) Words Cryo Words, Quiz #1.
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Cryo bio-crystallography is the application of crystallography at cryogenic temperatures. ==Basic principles== Cryo crystallography enables X-ray data collection at cryogenic, near liquid nitrogen temperatures (also called: N2). ==Advantages== ==Usefulness and applications== Crystallography of larg...
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Cryo Interactive Entertainment is a French video game development and publishing company founded in 1992, but existing unofficially since 1989 as a developer group under the name Cryo. In 2008 Microïds acquired Cryo. == History == Cryo was formed by members of ERE Informatique who left Infogrames ...
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Cryo Studios North America was a video game design studio based in Portland, Oregon, USA, and was a subsidiary of France`s now-defunct Cryo Interactive. ==History== Cryo Studios was originally founded as Dark Horse Interactive (DHI) in the late 1990s, a joint venture of Cryo Interactive and Dark Ho...
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Cold. ... See: crymo-, psychro-. ... Origin: G. Kryos ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: krī′ō, krī Definitions: 1. Cold.
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Cryo-adsorption is a method used for hydrogen storage where gaseous hydrogen at cryogenic temperatures (150 - 60 K) is physically adsorbed on porous material, mostly activated carbon. The achievable storage density is between liquid hydrogen (LH2) storage systems and compressed hydrogen (CGH2) stor...
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Cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM), or electron cryomicroscopy, is a form of transmission electron microscopy (EM) where the sample is studied at cryogenic temperatures (generally liquid nitrogen temperatures). Cryo-EM is developing popularity in structural biology. The popularity of cryoelectron m...
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Very low temperature variant of electron microscopy to immobilise and visualise systems in dynamic motion at more normal temperatures. (e.g. study of membrane proteins by freeze-fracture of membrane lipid bilayer.)
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Cryo-electron microscopy: An electron microscopic technique that involves freezing the biological sample in order to view the sample with the least possible distortion and the fewest possible artifacts. Abbreviated as cryo-EM. In cryo-EM, the freezing of the sample is done in ethane slush to produce...
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cryoelectron microscopy, cryo-electron microscopy An electron microscopic technique that involves freezing the biological sample in order to view the sample with the least possible distortion and the fewest possible artifacts. Abbreviated as cryo-EM. In cryo-EM, the freezing of the sample is done i...
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Cryo-electron tomography (cryo-ET or electron cryotomography) is a type of electron cryomicroscopy where tomography is used to obtain a 3D reconstruction of a sample from tilted 2D images at cryogenic temperatures. A cryoelectron tomography can be used to obtain structural details of complex cellul...
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Cryo-EM: Cryo-electron microscopy.
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Cryo-Save is Europe`s largest cord blood bank with over 200,000 samples stored . It it is based in Zutphen, the Netherlands and operates in over 40 different countries. Certified laboratories and processing facilities can be found in the following locations: Arabia, Belgium, Germany, India, South A...
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Cryoablation is a process that uses extreme cold (cryo) to remove tissue (ablation). Cryoablation is used in a variety of clinical applications using hollow needles (cryoprobes) through which cooled, thermally conductive, fluids are circulated. Cryoprobes are inserted into or placed adjacent to tis...
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The removal of a body part, such as a wart, by freezing. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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A procedure in which tissue is frozen to destroy abnormal cells. Liquid nitrogen or liquid carbon dioxide is used to freeze the tissue. Also called cryosurgery and cryosurgical ablation.
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cryoablution The removal of a body part, such as a wart, by freezing (transliteration: freeze bath or freeze wash).
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1) Anaesthesia 2) Anesthesia 3) Cryoanesthesia
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(kri″o-an″әl-je´ze-ә) the relief of pain by application of cold by cryoprobe to peripheral nerves.
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[n] - insensibility resulting from cold
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Localised application of cold as a means of producing regional anaesthesia. ... Synonym: refrigeration anaesthesia. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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cryoanaesthesia noun insensibility resulting from cold
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(kri″o-an″es-the´zhә) local anesthesia produced by applying a tourniquet and chilling the part to near freezing temperature; see also hypothermia. Called also refrigeration anesthesia.
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