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Category:European Biobank
Abbrev European Biobank  +
CurationStatus uncurated  +
Definition A 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)
Id nlx_143624  +
Label European Biobank  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 26 July 2012 17:17:04  +
ModifiedDate 26 July 2012  +
SuperCategory Biobank  +
Categories Biobank
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Resource:Blueprint Epigenome +, Resource:BrainNet Europe +, Resource:Cellartis +, Resource:Cellular Technology Ltd Cryopreserved PBMC +, Resource:EBiSC +, Resource:EUROpean Saccharomyces Cerevisiae ARchive for Functional Analysis +, Resource:European Collection of Cell Cultures +, Resource:German Gene Trap Consortium +, Resource:HipSci +, Resource:Italian Rett Syndrome database +, Resource:KI Biobank - SATSA +, Resource:KI Biobank - STAR +, Resource:KaLy-Cell +, Resource:Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation - MTF +, Resource:Roslin Cells +, Resource:StemCure Tissue Banking + Listedby
Resource:BioSHaRE + Recommendedby
Resource:Andalusian Regional Tumour Bank +, Resource:BIOAIR - BIOmarkers in severe Chronic AIRway Disease +, Resource:BioRep +, Resource:BioVault +, Resource:Biobank Graz +, Resource:Biobank Ireland Trust +, Resource:Biobank Suisse +, Resource:Biobank of Hospital Clinic - IDIBAPS +, Resource:Biobanking and Biomolecular Resources Research Infrastructure (BBMRI) +, Resource:Biobanque de Picardie +, Resource:Biological Resource Centre - National Institute for Cancer Research +, Resource:Biopta +, Resource:Biostor Ireland +, Resource:Brain Bank for Autism +, Resource:Brain-Net +, Resource:CATSS - Child and Adolescent Twin Study in Sweden +, Resource:CCLG Tissue Bank +, Resource:CCUG: Culture Collection; University of Goteborg; Sweden +, Resource:Cancer Control using Population-based Registries and Biobanks +, Resource:Cancer of the Prostate in Sweden (CAPS) +, RelatedTo


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