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  • n. The storage of biological specimens in a biobank


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bio- +‎ banking


  • Free resources in the Resource Center include: abstracts from recent conferences; a list of articles a few with links to full text; a white paper on biobanking; a job board; and a list of "Useful Links" covering the topics of:

    Bioethics Subject Guide - Part 2: Associations and Organizations

  • Still another term is biobanking, which, in the words of an IBM developer, "aims to empower researchers with unprecedented access to critical molecular and clinical information to accelerate a more personalized paradigm of medicine."

    Scary Stuff

  • The Company's innovative portfolio includes diagnostic controls, plasma-derived reagents and molecular biomarkers, biobanking and contract research services.

  • Mike Rice, Chairman and CEO, commented on BioLife's fifth consecutive quarter of record revenue by stating, "Despite the sustained sluggish worldwide economy, our revenue and customer base continued to grow as we shipped orders for BloodStor®, CryoStor®, and HypoThermosol® to several new and most existing customers in our strategic markets of regenerative medicine, biobanking, and drug discovery."

  • Company officials said RTS is now able to provide localized sales, engineering and support services to its US client base of sample management, biobanking and pharmaceutical testing customers.

    San Antonio Business News - Local San Antonio News | The San Antonio Business Journal

  • The FIMM Technology Centre has state-of-the-art infrastructures for genomics, medical bioinformatics, high-throughput screening, biobanking, biomarker discovery and other translational research platforms.

    Naturejobs - All Jobs

  • Finland has made its first specific commitment to the development of European biomedical research infrastructures (BMS ESFRIs) by supporting a joint pilot infrastructure project in bioinformatics (ELIXIR), biobanking (BBMRI) and translational research (EATRIS).


  • The approach that Finland has selected is based on the realization that significant potential synergies may arise from infrastructures developed for biobanking, bioinformatics and translational medical research.


  • 'The Future of Biobanks' is a report published by Business Insights that examines major trends in the biobanking industry and identifies the key initiatives to upgrade the biobanking infrastructure.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • • Evaluate major founder / national population biobanks and gain insights into private sector biobanking with this report's examination of contract service providers, biomarker discovery companies, pharma collections and research collaborations.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper


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