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Cryogenic conservation of tissues: Radiofrequency inductive heating of iron nanoparticles may allow tissue warming without damage, a step toward cryogenic sleep : Yes / No / Other from BG ended the 01/03/2019 12h57

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BG has the opinion that Yes because This could be a new way to solve the complex problem of warming tissues (University of Minnesota) (10/03/2017 14h08)

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