THE SCIENTIFIC BACKGROUNDS FOR THE CREATION OF A MICROECOLOGICAL CRYOPRESERVATION OF HUMAN RESOURCES
Anthropogenic physical, chemical, and biological impacts of objects on living organisms in the environment lead to profound structural and functional disorders primarily in the evolutionary current microbiocenosеs of a human. This is often accompanied by a deterioration in his health, an increase in the risk of infectious, chronic metabolic and mental diseases, which eventually can put a question for not only the preservation on our planet but also the entire existing diversity of living organisms. The development of cryobiotechnology and the creation of cryobanks of different directions is a common global trend in the development of Biological, Medical, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. The advantage of the proposed technique of cryopreservation of symbiotic microbial associations is the storage of the biomaterials taken from the people will be carried out in an atmosphere of liquid nitrogen (-196°C) for the long-term storage. Fundamental and applied research on cryopreservation of microbiota of different human biotopes has a social orientation because they are directly related to human ecology and health of the nation.
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