biorepository

biorepository

A “library” used to collect, process, store and distribute biological specimens—e.g., DNA, strains of rice, insects and other animals—for future use by scientists and geneticists.
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The model provides its stakeholders access to a biorepository linked to validated clinical outcomes, including patient reported outcomes.
The VAs central biorepository is equipped with a state-of-the-art robotic system for DNA extraction and storage and is currently being expanded to support up to 4 million samples.
This data, combined with the TARGET-NASH biorepository and patient reported outcomes, will enable our collaborators to continue to increase their understanding of this growing disease.
LifeBankUSA stem cell biorepository with two decades operating expertise
The registry also has a biorepository that conducts research on samples of biological material, such as blood, hair, and DNA, that has been collected from ALS patients.
com, the provider of cloud-based laboratory management software announced today that The University of Sheffield has adopted CloudLIMS Lite, for managing their biorepository operations - by replacing their legacy spreadsheets - for recording biospecimen data.
A new National ALS Biorepository allows researchers to request high-quality biologic specimens to study ALS.
24 March 2017 - US-based laboratory solutions provider VWR (NASDAQ: VWR), has acquired US and France-based biorepository services company EPL Archives, Inc.
To help address this scientific gap, the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) recently conducted a 4-year pilot study to test the practicality, utility, and feasibility of creating a national biorepository of pre and postmortem biospecimens from persons with ALS enrolled in ATSDR's congressionally-mandated National ALS Registry.
8,9] The ACSR recently expanded its scope to include a regional biorepository to serve sub-Saharan Africa (SSA RBR), located in the Division of Anatomical Pathology, National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS), Tygerberg Academic Hospital and Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Stellenbosch University (Cape Town, South Africa (SA)).
Stem cells are unique in that they can divide indefinitely and can turn into multiple different types of cells," says Cathy Seiler, PhD, program manager for the tissue biorepository at St.
Ashley and Goodman provide valuable insights on running a biorepository by focusing on financial and administrative aspects in their article "Establishing and Marinating an Academic Biorepository" Marina and co-authors in their paper "Evaluating Research Administration: Methods and Utility" consider evaluation methods that offer a clearer and more revealing picture of the research enterprise.