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Driving linked to obesity

Biobanking Science: Driving Linked to Obesity

Eating unhealthy food, not exercising and being overweight or obese increases the risk of developing diseases like cancer, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes (1-4). These diseases have become worldwide epidemics, killing millions of people each year. The Obesity Epidemic Obesity has tripled...

A Ubiquitination Inhibitor Hakin-1 Potentially Has Efficacy In Colorectal Cancer

Hakai is a 491 amino acid E3 ubiquitin-protein ligase that forms a dimer if zinc is available. This allows Src tyrosine kinase dependant interaction with the transmembrane adhesion protein E-cadherin. This interaction results in ubiquitination and degradation of E-cadherin,...

PALB2 May Be A Risk Locus For Ovarian Cancer

According to US Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER), overall, the five year survival rate for ovarian cancer is 49%, however for those aged 15-39 the survival rate is 81% and declines steadily with age; 65-74 year olds having...
Cancer biobanks aid research

Biobanking Science: Cancer Biobanks

Cancer is major cause of death worldwide and mortality levels remain high despite the development of new therapeutics and other cancer treatments. Cancer biobanks are an integral part of the fight against cancer because they facilitate research into new...
Biobanks store blood products.

Biobanking Science: Maximizing Red Blood Cell Life in Biobanks

Blood transfusions are a common part of modern medicine and have been used to save human patients for 200 years. Biobanks play an integral part in this process by collecting and storing units of blood from blood donors. According...
The Brainstorm Consortium has analyzed data from over 1 million people.

Biobanking Science: Brainstorm Consortium Finds Genetic Link for Brain Diseases

One of the major benefits of biobanking is the ability to safely collect and store large numbers of biological samples. This allows researchers to generate large datasets to study the genetic cause of various diseases. The Brainstorm Consortium uses...
Chemosensitizers may help fight antibiotic resistance.

Biobanking Science: Tackling Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotic resistance is a major health issue. More than 700,000 people around the world die from antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections every year—23,000 of those are in the United States (1). If we don’t find a solution, the number of deaths...

How Do People In Nashville React To The Biobank Consent Process?

Gathering informed consent from participants is a pillar of biobanking. As ambitious biobanking projects such as All of US and UK biobank proliferate and become ever larger, the benefits and the potential risks for participants also grow. It is...
Embalming can preserve large biospecimens.

Biobanking Science: Preserving Large Biospecimens

Biobanks store many different types of biospecimens, ranging from cells and small tissue samples right through to whole organs, whole limbs or even whole bodies. Cells and small biospecimens can be flash frozen in cryoprotectant solutions and stored in...

Cell Biobanks Are Critical For Organoids, Organ-On-Chips, And Additive Manufacturing

While the original 2D cell culture methods remain indispensable for routine laboratory operations and biochemical analyses it has become increasingly clear that they do not accurately represent organ systems in the body. To fully understand a system or device...

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