Cells Alive System

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The Cells Alive System (CAS) is a line of commercial freezers manufactured by ABI Corporation, Ltd. of Chiba, Japan claimed to preserve food with greater freshness than ordinary freezing by using electromagnetic fields and mechanical vibrations to limit ice crystal formation that destroys food texture.[1][2][3] They also are claimed to increase tissue survival without having its water replaced by cryogenically compatible fluids; however, whether or not they have any effect is unclear.[4]

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  1. ^ Kelly, Tim (June 2, 2008). "Mr. Freeze—Norio Owada's freezing method can keep milk fresh for months. Livers, too". Forbes. Retrieved September 21, 2012. 
  2. ^ Owada, N. (2009) "Quick Freezing Apparatus and Quick Freezing Method" US Patent Application
  3. ^ Owada, N. (2002) "Highly-efficient freezing apparatus and highly-efficient freezing method" US Patent 7,237,400
  4. ^ Wowk, B (Jun 2012). "Electric and magnetic fields in cryopreservation.". Cryobiology 64 (3): 301–3; author reply 304–5. doi:10.1016/j.cryobiol.2012.02.003. PMID 22330639. 

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