Do frozen embryos deteriorate over time in storage?
Storage and transportation of oocytes or other reproductive cells are crucial processes in IVF treatment. In the 20th century, more than 70% of cells weren’t in the right condition for implementation.
Today, frozen embryos are stored in liquid nitrogen at -196°С. This means they are held in a suspended state and do not deteriorate with time while in storage. Each cell has its own container, in which it can be transported around the world without any changes in the temperature.
To learn more about IVF delivery or other cryoshipping services, check out this article from our partnering delivering company, ARKCryo
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