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Advances in brain tissue cryopreservation

A team of researchers has developed a method for preserving the neuronal architecture and functional activity of cerebral organoids. This could make it possible to reduce the long-term costs of culturing these tissues. 

Human brain tissue models and organoids are essential for the study and modeling of human neurological diseases, but their long-term culture is expensive and limits their application.  


A team of researchers from Fudan University in China has developed a method called MEDY. It u...

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