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# 4468 SCI.BPI Tech Brief 16: Canine Brain Cryopreservation (1/2) [Mike Darwin]
  May 95 00:03:14 EDT Subject: SCI.CRYONICS BPI Tech Brief 16: Canine Brain Cryopreservation (1/2) A Brief Lay-Level Summary
(31 May 95 00:03:14, 31 KB)
# 4474 SCI.BPI Tech Brief 16: Canine Brain Cryopreservation (2/2) [Mike Darwin]
  May 95 00:03:14 EDT Subject: SCI.CRYONICS BPI Tech Brief 16: Canine Brain Cryopreservation (2/2) HUMAN CRYOPRESERVATION PROTOCOL ON THE
(31 May 95 00:03:14, 20 KB)
# 5915 Re: Freezing Damage [David L Evens]
  devens@uoguelph.ca (David L Evens) Newsgroups: sci.cryonics Subject: Re: Freezing Damage Date: 11 Mar . . . generally very sympathetic to the concept of cryonics and : > >can see no fundamental scientific reason . . . worried by what I read in the BPI Tech Brief 16: "Canine Brain : > >Cryopreservation" by Charles Platt. To quote of the
(11 Mar 1996 15:39:13, 5 KB)
# 5856 Freezing Damage [Daniel Jacobs]
  neilan@unsw.edu.au (Daniel Jacobs) Newsgroups: sci.cryonics Subject: Freezing Damage Date: Wed, 28 Feb . . . generally very sympathetic to the concept of cryonics and can see no fundamental scientific reason . . . worried by what I read in the BPI Tech Brief 16: "Canine Brain Cryopreservation" by Charles Platt. To quote of the
(Wed, 28 Feb 1996, 3 KB)
# 5105 SCI.dendritic spines update [mike]
  58 From: mike <MIKE@alcor.org> Subject: SCI.CRYONICS dendritic spines update Dendritic Spines: Review and . . . means for preserving bodily structures. After death brain structures in particular are rapidily degraded. Even . . . after blood flow is interrupted to the brain almost 50% of dendrite spines are destroyed . . . mortem_probably because it takes a while for brain cells to die." [2] Needless to say all this, if substantiated, would signal major worries for cryonics. Patients often are stored for many hours . . . the dendrites of a neuron in the brain that form synaptic junctions with axons. The . . . link between the neurons that enable the brain to function. Loss of dendritic spines has . . . raising doubts as to whether today's cryonics patients could be reanimated [4]. There has . . . general consensus being that research into better cryonic techniques must continue, though we should not . . . 6]. Good news, I'd say, for cryonics, provided as always we don't become . . . L. Wood, C. Wood, and S. Harris. "Canine brain cryopreservation" BPI Tech. Brief #16, CryoNet messages 4468 and 4474 (1-
(Sat, 04 Nov 95, 7 KB)

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