Four-Part Mendelspod Podcast Series On Human Biospecimen Quality And Regulations

Scientist.com has announced the completion of a four-part podcast series on human biological samples and biobanking. The four guests offered thoughtful insights and ideas from an academic, pharmaceutical and small business perspective. The episodes were hosted by, and are...

Biobanking Software: What Are We Going to Do With Our Legacy Data?

Sponsored content brought to you by One of the seemingly daunting tasks of moving your data from an older complex system, or collection of spreadsheets to a new LIMS is a step that should be considered seriously, but can be...
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Biobanking Science: Biobanks Tackle Chronic Kidney Disease

Chronic kidney disease is common. The prevalence of chronic kidney disease has rapidly increased over the past 20 years, and it now affects 13% of people around the world (1). Chronic kidney disease can be difficult to treat because...
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Biobanking Science: Safe Gene Therapy

Gene therapy has the potential to cure any disease caused by genetic mutations. For gene therapy to work, normal copies of genetic DNA, replacement messenger RNA or gene-editing constructs must be delivered to affected cells. Nucleic acids are rapidly...

ESPERITE Announced A New Geneva BioBank With Capacity For More Than A Million Samples

ESPERITE is a diversified biotech global group leader in regenerative and precision medicine. Established in 2000, the holding group is headquartered in the Netherlands, listed at Euronext Amsterdam and Paris and operational in over 30 countries. ESPERITE transforms the power...
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Biobanking Science: Metabolomics Biobanks

Metabolomics, an important part of precision medicine, is the study of different metabolites in normal and disease states. Collecting, processing and storing samples for metabolomics studies presents unique challenges for biobanks. Metabolites are small (low molecular weight) and unstable molecules....
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...

TDBioBank Virtual Catalog Editor Module By TECHNIDATA: Publish Biological Specimen Collections Online

Founded in 1993, and with over 40 years’ experience in the field of laboratory management, TECHNIDATA, headquartered in Montbonnot, France, is a leading global software supplier of clinical, anatomic-pathology laboratories and biobank information systems. Developed in full compliance with the...
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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...

The Use of RFID in Biobanking: a Focus on Tracking and Storing Organoids

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) automatically identifies and tracks tags attached to objects. The tags can contain various electronically stored information. The advantage of RFID over a barcode is that the tags may be embedded within the tracked object, as the...

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