Protocol Resources for Cryopreservation of Cell Cultures
Preparation and Preservation
Cryopreservation or cell freezing is the process of using low temperatures to preserve cells and tissues for future use. Depending on the cell type of interest, there can be a variety of protocols and methods to choose from. Here you will find useful protocols for freezing or thawing different cell types, including human pluripotent stem cells, organoids, and primary cells.
To learn about the fundamentals of cryopreservation, view our Cryopreservation Basics Guide >