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Animal embryo storage. Veterinary scientist removing embryos from storage vessels. The vessels contain liquid nitrogen to cool the embryos during storage. Embryos can be stored in liquid nitrogen for extended periods of time before being removed, thawed, and implanted in the womb of another animal or used in genetic research. Photograph of equipment being used to store cow embryos.
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