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  • Public Oncologic Serum biobank

    Rondot Radío, Pedro; Puricelli, Lydia (2014)
    The Public Oncologic Serum Biobank is a not for-profit organization that has been established within the academia setting since 2009, which aims to prospectively collect and store serum samples from cancer patients and volunteers and their associated clinical and epidemiological data, with the ultimate goal to distribute them to the local and international research community focusing in understanding and improving cancer diagnosis and treatment.

    The Australian Breast Cancer Tissue Bank (ABCTB)

    Carpenter, Jane E; Marsh, Deborah; Mariasegaram, Mythily; Clarke, Christine L (2014)
    Projects: NHMRC | Breast Cancer Biospecimen Resource (633291)
    The ABCTB was established in 2006 as an open access, not for profit resource dedicated to providing biospecimens and/or data to both national and international research projects in the field of breast cancer. Donors are consented according to standard ethical principles for use of their material for unspecified future research. ABCTB collects fully annotated clinical samples and associated clinical and longitudinal data from donors. Material and data is supplied to research projects.

    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...

    The Prostate Cancer Research Consortium Bioresource (Ireland)

    Wekesa, Antony; Watson, William (2016)
    The Prostate Cancer Research Consortium (PCRC) is a co-ordinated group of researchers and clinicians from universities and hospitals in Ireland whose aim is to improve the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer by engaging in biomarker discovery and validation research. The PCRC has established a prostate cancer bioresource that collects biological samples and comprehensive clinical information collected at time of recruitment and subsequent follow from prostate cancer patients undergoing...

    SDN Biobank: Bioresource of Human Samples Associated with Functional and/or Morphological Bioimaging Results for the Study of Oncological, Cardiological, Neurological, and Metabolic Diseases

    Mirabelli, Peppino; Incoronato, Mariarosaria; Coppola, Luigi; Infante, Teresa; Parente, Chiara Anna; Nicolai, Emanuele; Soricelli, Andrea; Salvatore, Marco (2017)
    SDN Biobank is a not-for-profit service unit. Initially, it was established by the IRCCS SDN in 2012 as a collection of serum and plasma samples from patients who underwent advanced bioimaging exams, such as those performed with Positron Emission Tomography with integrated Magnetic Resonance Imaging (PET/MRI). In July 2015, SDN Biobank was approved by the local ethics committee to collect human samples from patients affected by oncological, cardiological, neurological, and metabolic diseases ...
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