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New Biobank to Boost Research in the Field of Pediatric and Young People’s Cancers

New Biobank in UK Created to Advance Research on Pediatric and Young People’s Cancers

VIVO Biobank is supported by the charities Cancer Research UK and Blood Cancer UK and will provide cancer researchers with a centralised collection of cell and tissue samples from children and young people affected by cancer across the country. The samples...
Stem Cell Banking: Current Trends, Benefits, Emerging Issues and Challenges

Stem Cell Banking: Current Trends, Benefits, Emerging Issues and Challenges

Recent scientific advancements have made stem cell therapy an emerging and promising area of research. The establishment of stem cell banks around the globe has been growing rapidly, aimed at preserving the characteristics of the cells, preventing contamination, and...
Reliable Ultra-Low Freezers for the Storage of Cancer Biomarkers

Reliable Ultra-Low Freezers for the Storage of Cancer Biomarkers

The use of tumour markers to diagnose, assess prognosis, and select a suitable cancer treatment has become possible due to the development of inexpensive and user-friendly molecular analysis tools such as the polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Maintaining the integrity...
Biobank Acutelines: Patient Smart Data and Biological Samples Collection in the Emergency Room

Biobank Acutelines: Patient Smart Data and Biological Samples Collection in the Emergency Room

When you are on your way to the emergency room with sirens wailing, you feel that things are serious. But how does the doctor know what to do when so much is going wrong in the body at once?...
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...
Polygenic Risk Scores in diverse populations

Biobank Data Reveals African Ancestry is Less Likely to Identify High-Risk Individuals Through Polygenic...

An international research consortium led by the University of Helsinki has performed the largest study to date evaluating the transferability of genome-wide polygenic risk scores across ancestries. Polygenic risk scores (PRS) measure genetic disease susceptibility by combining risk effects...
ATCC Awarded Two Projects from the USDA to Support its ARS Agency

ATCC Awarded Two Projects from the USDA Including the Creation of ARS Resources Collection...

ATCC, the world’s premier biological materials management and standards organization, today announced that it has been awarded two projects, with a combined value of $385,000, by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to support its Agricultural Research Service (ARS) agency over...
NATA’s biobanking accreditation

NATA’s Biobanking Accreditation Set to Expand the Emerging Australian Biobanking Industry

The National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) believes Australia’s fledgling biobanking industry is set for rapid expansion after it granted accreditation to the country’s first facility for the internationally recognised biobanking standard ISO 20387. Biobanking Victoria, part of Monash University,...
Molecular characterization of Pediatric cancer Data

NIH Launches Program to Offer Molecular Characterization of Pediatric Cancer Data

The National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health, has launched the Molecular Characterization Initiative for pediatric tumors and this program offers tumor molecular characterization, also called biomarker testing, to children, adolescents, and young adults with newly diagnosed central...

Investigation Of IL-22 Polymorphisms And Malaria In Saudi Arabia

The World Health Organization (WHO) has estimated that there were 435,000 malaria related deaths in 2017. The disease is a long-standing global health threat that currently affects more than 219 million people in a total of 100 nations. The unicellular eukaryotes Plasmodium...

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