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Open Journal of Bioresources
28 Publications
OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)


  • Tumorbank@uza: A Collection of Tissue, Fluid Samples and Associated Data of Oncology Patients for the Use in Translational Research

    Goethals, Sofie; De Wilde, Annemieke; Lesage, Katrien; Smits, Elke; Pauwels, Patrick; Peeters, Marc (2018)
    Tumorbank@UZA is an academic hospital integrated biobank that collects tissue, blood and urine samples from oncology patients. We work according to a quality management system and have established SOPs for all work procedures in the biobank. Tumorbank@UZA is funded by the National Cancer Plan, an initiative from the Belgian government since 2009. Samples from our biobank are available for both academic as well as commercial researchers, through a well-established access procedure. Currently t...

    Amniotic Fluid Cells Biobank for Research on Fetal Mesenchymal Stem Cells

    Emanuela, Fecarotta; Giovanna, Schillaci; Giuseppa Maria, Garofalo; Gianfranca, Damiani; Angela, Piazza; Massimiliano, Sacco; Disma, Renda; Antonino, Giangreco; Catalano, Cristian; Aurelio, Maggio; Maria Concetta, Renda (2018)
    The research biobank “Anna Maria Ferraro Cutino” AOR-villa Sofia-Cervello, started in 2010 by a grant of the Sicilian Department of Health. Within the biobank are collected, characterized, stored and distributed amniotic fluids (AF) from amniocentesis performed for maternal age. Patients choose to donate to the biobank the first 3 ml of AF that cannot be used for prenatal diagnosis. AF and donor data are anonymously archived in a database, according to the standard ethical principles. Collate...

    The UK Clinical Research Collaboration (UKCRC) Tissue Directory and Coordination Centre: The UK’s Centre for facilitating the Usage of Human Samples for Medical Research

    Quinlan, Philip R.; Lawrence, Emma; Pourabdolla, Amir; Sims, Jessica Mai; Gander, Amir; Fuller, Barry; Thomson, Brian J.; Garibaldi, Jonathan M.; Davidson, Brian (2017)
    The UKCRC Tissue Directory and Coordination Centre was established to improve access to and utilisation of UK human tissue samples for medical research. The key output of the Centre is the creation of the UK’s first pan-disease Tissue Directory (https://directory.biobankinguk.org/). Any researcher can search the Directory based on a series of simple key words including disease classification, age, sex, sample type, preservation details, quality indicators and datasets available. The Directory...

    The Radboud Biobank: A Central Facility for Disease-Based Biobanks to Optimise Use and Distribution of Biomaterial for Scientific Research in the Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen

    Manders, Peggy; Lutomski, Jennifer E.; Smit, Cees; Swinkels, Dorine W.; Zielhuis, Gerhard A. (2018)
    The Radboud Biobank offers disease-based biobanks a centralized facility to optimize the use and distribution of biomaterial for scientific research. Notably, two population biobanks are also included in this collection. All collections are professionally and sustainably maintained using high-quality and secure standardized protocols for ICT, legal-ethical aspects, sample collection, processing and storage, communication and distribution. The Radboud Biobank includes biomaterial (e.g. DNA, se...

    Urolithiasis Bioresource

    Parreira, Bruna; Seidi, Mónica; Couto, Ana Rita; Meneses, Raquel; Lima, Manuela; Rodrigues, Raul; Ribeiro, Maria; Bruges-Armas, Jácome (2014)
    Urolithiasis is frequent and raises significant health care burden in a working-age population. Its prevalence, in the Azores archipelago, is currently unknown but it is thought to be higher than the overall estimated prevalence. The Azores Biobank (AZORBIO) Urolithiasis samples have been collected in accordance with standard operation procedures (SOPs) to ensure high quality. Each donor provided 30 ml whole blood and 9 ml of urine. If possible, we preferred blood collected from fasting indiv...
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