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Resource:University of Minnesota Tissue Procurement Facility

Name: Resource:University of Minnesota Tissue Procurement Facility
Description: The mission of the University of Minnesota’s Tissue Procurement Facility (TPF) is to procure and distribute human tissue and other biological samples in support of basic, translational, and clinical cancer research at the University of Minnesota. The TPF is a centralized resource with standardized patient consent, sample collection, processing, storage, quality control, distribution, and electronic record maintenance.

Since the 1996 inception of the TPF, over 61,000 tissue samples including well-preserved samples of malignant and benign tumors, organ-matched normal tissue, and other types of diseased tissues, have been collected from surgical specimens obtained at the University of Minnesota Medical Center-Fairview (UMMC-F) University Campus.

Surgical pathologists are intellectually engaged in TPF functions, providing researchers with specimen-oriented medical consultation to facilitate research productivity. Prior to surgery, TPF personnel identify and consent patients for procurement of tissue, blood, urine, saliva, and ascites fluid. Within the integrated working environment of the surgical pathology laboratory, freshly obtained tissues not needed for diagnosis are selected and provided by pathologists to TPF personnel. Tissue samples are then assigned an independent code and processed. TPF staff can also work with researchers to individualize the procurement of tissues to fit specific research needs.
Other Name(s): University of Minnesota Tissue Bank, Tissue Procurement Facility, UMN TPF
Abbreviation: TPF
Parent Organization: University of Minnesota; Minnesota; USA, US Biobanks; Minneapolis MN; USA
Supporting Agency: NCI, UMN Academic Health Center
Grant: P30 CA77598, P50 CA101955
Resource Type(s): Tissue bank, Biomaterial supply resource
Resource: Resource
URL: http://www.bionet.umn.edu/tpf/home.html
*Id: nlx_28712
Related to: Human
Availability: in support of basic, translational, and clinical cancer research at the University of Minnesota
Keywords: human, tissue, biological sample, basic research, translational research, clinical research, cancer research, cancer, malignant tumor, benign tumor, organ-matched normal tissue, normal tissue, diseased tissue, blood, urine, saliva, ascites fluid
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Facts about Resource:University of Minnesota Tissue Procurement FacilityRDF feed
AbbrevTPF  +
AvailabilityIn support of basic  +, Translational  +, and And clinical cancer research at the University of Minnesota  +
CommentAddress:University of Minnesota Tissue Procurement Facility, MMC #806, 420 Delaware St. S.E., Minneapolis, MN 55455
CurationStatuscurated  +
DefiningCitationhttp://www.bionet.umn.edu/tpf/home.html  +
DefinitionThe mission of the University of Minnesota The mission of the University of Minnesota’s Tissue Procurement Facility (TPF) is to procure and distribute human tissue and other biological samples in support of basic, translational, and clinical cancer research at the University of Minnesota. The TPF is a centralized resource with standardized patient consent, sample collection, processing, storage, quality control, distribution, and electronic record maintenance.

Since the 1996 inception of the TPF, over 61,000 tissue samples including well-preserved samples of malignant and benign tumors, organ-matched normal tissue, and other types of diseased tissues, have been collected from surgical specimens obtained at the University of Minnesota Medical Center-Fairview (UMMC-F) University Campus.

Surgical pathologists are intellectually engaged in TPF functions, providing researchers with specimen-oriented medical consultation to facilitate research productivity. Prior to surgery, TPF personnel identify and consent patients for procurement of tissue, blood, urine, saliva, and ascites fluid. Within the integrated working environment of the surgical pathology laboratory, freshly obtained tissues not needed for diagnosis are selected and provided by pathologists to TPF personnel. Tissue samples are then assigned an independent code and processed. TPF staff can also work with researchers to individualize the procurement of tissues to fit specific research needs.
of tissues to fit specific research needs.
ExampleImageTPF.PNG  +
GrantCategory:P30 CA77598   +, and Category:P50 CA101955   +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
Has roleTissue bank  +, and Biomaterial supply resource  +
Idnlx_28712  +
Is part ofUniversity of Minnesota; Minnesota; USA  +, and US Biobanks; Minneapolis MN; USA  +
KeywordsHuman  +, Tissue  +, Biological sample  +, Basic research  +, Translational research  +, Clinical research  +, Cancer research  +, Cancer  +, Malignant tumor  +, Benign tumor  +, Organ-matched normal tissue  +, Normal tissue  +, Diseased tissue  +, Blood  +, Urine  +, Saliva  +, and Ascites fluid  +
LabelResource:University of Minnesota Tissue Procurement Facility  +
ModifiedDate1 November 2011  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
RelatedToHuman  +
SuperCategoryResource  +
Supporting AgencyNCI  +, and UMN Academic Health Center  +
SynonymUniversity of Minnesota Tissue Bank  +, Tissue Procurement Facility  +, and UMN TPF  +