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Resource:Human Tissue and Organ Resource for Research

Name: Resource:Human Tissue and Organ Resource for Research
Description: The Human Tissues and Organs Resource for Research (HTOR) is a division of the National Disease Research Interchange (NDRI), based in Philadelphia, USA. NDRI is a nonprofit organization that procures and distributes normal and diseased human biomaterials, tissues, and organs to biomedical researchers in academia, government, and industry.

As the national leader providing human tissues and organs to NIH-funded and university-based investigators, NDRI has developed a nationwide network of tissue collection partners to recover, preserve and distribute more than 20,000 biomaterials, tissues, and organs annually to more than 500 researchers. NDRI has developed targeted programs to increase the supply of human tissues and organs in areas with specific needs. Examples include the HIV Program and the Rare Disease Initiative.

By collaborating with major medical centers, hospitals, pathology services, eye banks, tissue banks, and organ procurement organizations, HTOR provides a wide variety of normal and diseased human tissues and organs to researchers, using procurement protocols customized to meet the needs of individual investigators.
Other Name(s): Human Tissues and Organs for Research (HTOR), Human Tissues and Organs for Research, Human Tissue Organ Resource for Research, Human Tissues Organs for Research
Parent Organization: Resource:National Disease Research Interchange, US Biobank, NCRR
Supporting Agency: NIH Office of the Director, NIAID, NHLBI, NIAMS, NEI, NIDDK, Resource:Office of Rare Diseases Research
Related to: Human
Resource Type(s): Biomaterial supply resource, Tissue bank, Material storage repository
Keywords: Tissue, Organ, Nervous system, Pulmonary system, Cardiovascular system, Endocrine system, Eye, Bone, Cartilage, Normal, Diseased, Human immunodeficiency virus, Heart, Kidney, Lung, Brain, Liver, Eye, Bone, Joint, Disease, Rare disease, Endocrinology, Eye bank, Immunology, Infectious disease, Nephrology, Nervous system, Ophthalmology, Pathology, Pulmonary system, Research, Specimen, Toxicology, Transplantation, Catalog
Abbreviation: HTOR
Resource: Resource
URL: http://www.ncrr.nih.gov/clinical%5Fresearch%5Fresources/resource%5Fdirectory/human_tissue_and_organ_resource_for_research/
Id: nif-0000-25417
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AbbrevHTOR  +
CurationStatuscurated  +
DefiningCitationhttp://www.ncrr.nih.gov/clinical%5Fresearch%5Fresources/resource%5Fdirectory/human_tissue_and_organ_resource_for_research/  +
DefinitionThe Human Tissues and Organs Resource for The Human Tissues and Organs Resource for Research (HTOR) is a division of the National Disease Research Interchange (NDRI), based in Philadelphia, USA. NDRI is a nonprofit organization that procures and distributes normal and diseased human biomaterials, tissues, and organs to biomedical researchers in academia, government, and industry.

As the national leader providing human tissues and organs to NIH-funded and university-based investigators, NDRI has developed a nationwide network of tissue collection partners to recover, preserve and distribute more than 20,000 biomaterials, tissues, and organs annually to more than 500 researchers. NDRI has developed targeted programs to increase the supply of human tissues and organs in areas with specific needs. Examples include the HIV Program and the Rare Disease Initiative.

By collaborating with major medical centers, hospitals, pathology services, eye banks, tissue banks, and organ procurement organizations, HTOR provides a wide variety of normal and diseased human tissues and organs to researchers, using procurement protocols customized to meet the needs of individual investigators.
eet the needs of individual investigators.
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Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
Has roleBiomaterial supply resource  +, Tissue bank  +, and Material storage repository  +
Idnif-0000-25417  +
Is part ofResource:National Disease Research Interchange  +, US Biobank  +, and NCRR  +
KeywordsTissue  +, Organ  +, Nervous system  +, Pulmonary system  +, Cardiovascular system  +, Endocrine system  +, Eye  +, Bone  +, Cartilage  +, Normal  +, Diseased  +, Human immunodeficiency virus  +, Heart  +, Kidney  +, Lung  +, Brain  +, Liver  +, Joint  +, Disease  +, Rare disease  +, Endocrinology  +, Eye bank  +, Immunology  +, Infectious disease  +, Nephrology  +, Ophthalmology  +, Pathology  +, Research  +, Specimen  +, Toxicology  +, Transplantation  +, and Catalog  +
LabelResource:Human Tissue and Organ Resource for Research  +
ModifiedDate18 January 2012  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
RelatedToHuman  +
SuperCategoryResource  +
Supporting AgencyNIH Office of the Director  +, NIAID  +, NHLBI  +, NIAMS  +, NEI  +, NIDDK  +, and Resource:Office of Rare Diseases Research  +
SynonymHuman Tissues and Organs for Research (HTOR)  +, Human Tissues and Organs for Research  +, Human Tissue Organ Resource for Research  +, and Human Tissues Organs for Research  +