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Recrystallization inhibition assessed by splat cooling and optical recrystallometry

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posted on 2023-05-18, 09:05 authored by Wharton, DA, Peter Wilson, Mutch, JS, Marshall, CJ, Lim, M
Levels of recrystallization have been measured by two distinct techniques; a splat cooling assay and a new device, an optical recrystallometer, which measures the change in light transmittance through a frozen sample. Both techniques indicate the presence of recrystallization inhibitors in a grass extract and in other samples. The advantages of each method of measuring recrystallization are discussed.

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Publication title

Cryo letters

Volume

28

Pagination

61-8

ISSN

0143-2044

Department/School

College Office - College of Health and Medicine

Publisher

Cryo Letters

Place of publication

C/O Royal Veterinary College, Royal College St, London, England, Nw1 0Tu

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