Freezing back a bank of stem cells for future use

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The Cryopreservation action allows you to choose whether to terminate or continue the vessel/wells in the action group. As an example, a cryopreservation action on a portion of a suspension culture would allow the remaining cells to continue in culture, whereas and adherent culture would be terminated. The action requires new vessels in this case, a minimum of one cryovial must be chosen as an ending vessel, and does not create a new culture track.

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