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Category:Resource:South Texas Blood and Tissue Center
Abbrev STBTC  +
Address 6211 I-H 10 West San Antonio  +, TX 78201 Telephone:800-292-5534 Fax: 210-731-5505 Email:mfisk (at) bloodntissue.org  +
Comment Sample type: Blood, Tissue
CurationStatus curated  +
DefiningCitation http://www.southtexasblood.org/  +
Definition A non-profit, community resource that work A non-profit, community resource that works with volunteer donors to provide the highest quality blood and tissue components to patients. They collect and test more than 200,000 components of life-saving blood and tissue each year from volunteers all over South Texas. Because patients are in constant need of blood, blood components, and/or tissue, donors are essential. By using cutting-edge technology, the team of dedicated professionals have helped save hundreds of thousands of lives over more than 35 years. They are a member of the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB); American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB) and America's Blood Centers (ABC). We are also one of the first blood centers in the country to be registered by the International Standards Organization. the International Standards Organization.
ExampleImage South Texas Blood & Tissue Center.PNG +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Resource  +
Has role Tissue bank +, Biomaterial supply resource +
Id nlx_28900  +
Label Resource:South Texas Blood and Tissue Center  +
Listedby Resource:One Mind Biospecimen Bank Listing +, US Biobank +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 1 October 2014 21:43:01  +
ModifiedDate 1 October 2014  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki. Resource  +
Species Human +
SuperCategory Resource  +
Synonym South Texas Blood & Tissue Center  +
Categories Resource
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