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Conferences and Meetings22-Aug-2017

The IMT team will be attending a number of conferences, meetings and events in 2017, in co..

IMT Newsletter - Summer 201729-Jun-2017

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Webinars10-Feb-2017

The Matcher team will be running a series of webinars on different topics and at different times..

Research & Conservation

Flexible system

  • Our Harmony CryoCare system embodies the patented multi thermal gradient directional freezing technology, originally designed as a research tool
  • Its many variable parameters allow you close control in developing your freeze protocols, and assist in locating the optimal freezing curve for the species, breed or individual being worked with
  • Harmony CryoCare is proven in extensive endangered species and rare breed work around the world, as well as in research and commercial work with domestic breeds

Maximise scarce resources

  • Numerous endangered species have been successfully cryopreserved with Harmony CryoCare directional freezing, where conventional freezing technologies have failed
  • Higher post-thaw viability rates resulting from our technology mean you can get the most out of scarce materials
  • Reduced concentrations inseminated may be used whilst still obtaining similar conception rates, allowing you to make each sample collected to go further

References

Numerous studies have analysed the effects of using our multi thermal gradient directional freezing technology to improve results, for a selection of such references please click here.

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Latest news

Join the Matcher team at the following events to see the latest developments in electronic witnessing:  ISIVF, Turkey 4-8th October; ASRM, San Antonio 30th Oct

 

 

Directional freezing resulted in enhanced in vitro quality of spermatozoa derived from liquid-stored semen
J. K. O’Brien & T. R. Robeck, SeaWorld and Busch Gardens Reproductive Research Centre, USA