Cryopreservation is a technique widely used for storing of biological materials at extremely low temperatures. The most commonly used storage is at a temperature of -196 degrees, when capsules with the material are placed in liquid nitrogen. The industrial technologies of cryopreservation of cell cultures, tissues (blood, sperm) and early embryos are already established. We will organize a cryobank in which the blood plasma received from donors will be stored. With such a low temperature, blood plasma can be stored indefinitely.
Just as we will keep the plasma of young people - donors, we will create a cryobank to save the blood plasma of dogs.
Perhaps in the future, we will extend the technology to other animals.