- bio- + bank (Wiktionary)
“World's biggest 'biobank' aiming for its 500,000th deposit”
“One of the questions addressed by the FAQ of a biobank involving half a million people, currently under construction in the United Kingdom, is: "Will the police have access to the information?”
“Besides, she had years ago deposited some ova in a biobank.”
“IARC biobank, linked to high quality epidemiological data from different studies around the world is seen as a major opportunity.”
“This biobank is part of the hunt for the "dark matter" of the genome researchers want to uncover.”
“The Complex Diseases eScience Community aims to integrate genome-wide omics data (genome, transcriptome, proteome and metabolome data) from biobank samples with clinical data and data on lifestyle, demography and the environment.”
“The volume includes transdisciplinary links between molecular epidemiology, nutrigenomics, biobank research, toxicology, environmental health, nutrition and medical progress in cancer and neurodgenerative diseases.”
“The authors used 286 blood samples from postmenopausal Norwegian women, collected from the NOWAC postgenome biobank and processed via both a standardized blood collection procedure and an experimentally-validated microarray platform.”
“From all participants, blood samples will be collected and stored in a biobank to study novel biomarkers.”
“Founded in 1953, Coriell is the world's leading biobank resource for biological materials and home of the Coriell Personalized Medicine Collaborative® (CPMC®) research study,”
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