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Cryostorage. Scientist removing samples of frozen cells from storage. Cells are stored in liquid nitrogen at temperatures of around -200 degrees Celsius. They can be stored for several months without losing their viability. Photographed at the IDI dermatology institute, Pomezia, Italy.
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