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Revolutionizing Medicine Safety: The Yellow Card Biobank's New Frontier

Revolutionizing Medicine Safety: The Yellow Card Biobank’s New Frontier

Key Points: Yellow Card Biobank investigates Direct Oral Anticoagulants effects, highlighting the genetic factors in drug safety. Aims to reduce hospital admissions due to adverse drug reactions by enabling personalized prescriptions. Patients encouraged to report excessive...
Mexican Biobank Launches the Most Complete Genetic Database of the Mexican Population

Mexican Biobank Launches the Most Complete Genetic Database of the Mexican Population

The Mexican Biobank is a collaborative initiative involving Mexico's National Laboratory of Genomics for Biodiversity at CINVESTAV, the National Institute of Public Health, the National Institute of Medical Sciences & Nutrition, the University of Oxford, and Stanford University. Supported...
Australian First Biobank Establishment to Discover Novel Treatments for Children with Genetic Muscle Diseases

National Muscle Disease Bio-databank: Australian’s First Biobank for Advancing Research on Children with Genetic...

An Australian first biobank is being established with the goal of advancing research and uncovering novel therapies for children afflicted by genetic muscle disorders, including muscular dystrophy. The National Muscle Disease Bio-databank, co-led by Murdoch Children's Research Institute, Monash University,...
Dual-Cap Sample Collection Tube for Genetic Testing Workflows (Ziath / Azenta Life Sciences)

Dual-Cap Sample Collection Tube for Genetic Testing Workflows (Ziath/Azenta)

Azenta Life Sciences has launched Cap2TM - a new 0.2ml PCR microcentrifuge tube featuring a novel dual-cap design with both hinged lid and screw cap to preserve the integrity of samples used in genetic testing workflows. Acting as both a collection and processing...
CureDuchenne Partners with PicnicHealth to Incorporate Electronic Health Records into Data-Integrated Biobank

CureDuchenne Partners with PicnicHealth to Incorporate Electronic Health Records into Data-Integrated Biobank

CureDuchenne, a worldwide non-profit organization dedicated to discovering and financing a remedy for Duchenne muscular dystrophy, has recently announced a partnership with PicnicHealth, a health technology company that prioritizes patient-centered care. This partnership aims to enhance CureDuchenne Link's ability...

Genetic and Health Data Analyses of Finnish Biobank Participants Describe Hundreds of Novel Genetic...

Since initiation in 2017, the FinnGen study has developed into one of the world’s leading biobank-based genomic research projects. Currently FinnGen is completing the construction of a resource that integrates genomic information from 500,000 Finns with more than half...
Dubai to Open UAE's First Robotic Biobank in 2023 to boost Medical Research and New Discoveries

Dubai to Open UAE’s First Robotic Biobank in 2023 to Boost Medical Research and...

Al Jalila Foundation, a member of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, announced that it will establish the UAE’s first robotic biobank, in partnership with the Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences (MBRU) and...
Frozen sperm biobank: A new long-term and cost-effective model could help save endangered koalas species

Frozen Sperm Biobank: A New Long-term and Cost-effective Model Could Help Save Endangered Koalas...

Biobanking and assisted reproduction could become a reality for koalas by leveraging the existing technology used to help humans conceive. A detailed model, published today in the international journal Animals, reveals this would significantly help captive breeding programs to retain genetic diversity,...

Large Study on Mental Health Genetics Launched by Estonian Biobank

Nearly every second individual is affected by a mental health problem in their lifetime, but the exact mechanisms causing these problems remain unclear. To bring more clarity to the field of mental health, the Estonian Biobank at the University...

Glaucoma And Brain Degeneration Linked In People With African Ancestry

A global research team led by scientists from Singapore and the United States has discovered new evidence that there is an underlying link between degeneration of the eye and brain. They found that genetic variation at a beta-amyloid gene was significantly associated...

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