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European Biobank

Name: European Biobank
Description: A cryogenic storage facility located in Europe used to archive biological samples for use in research and experiments or transplantation. Ranging in size from individual refrigerators to warehouses, European biobanks are maintained by institutions such as hospitals, universities, nonprofit organizations, and pharmaceutical companies. (Adapted from Wikipedia)
Abbreviation: European Biobank
Super-category: Biobank
*Id: nlx_143624
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AbbrevEuropean Biobank  +
CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefinitionA cryogenic storage facility located in Eu A cryogenic storage facility located in Europe used to archive biological samples for use in research and experiments or transplantation. Ranging in size from individual refrigerators to warehouses, European biobanks are maintained by institutions such as hospitals, universities, nonprofit organizations, and pharmaceutical companies. (Adapted from Wikipedia) utical companies. (Adapted from Wikipedia)
Idnlx_143624  +
LabelEuropean Biobank  +
ModifiedDate26 July 2012  +
SuperCategoryBiobank  +