Posts Tagged ‘biobank’

Biobanking for Animal Breeding

Streamlining Data Management in Biobanking Biobanks consist of organized collections of biological material and associated information. Samples and data are stored for one or more research purposes. Collections can include human or nonhuman material such as plants, animals, microbes, or environmental items. The Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Norway contains thousands of seeds for essential…

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Managing the Samples that Drive Science: Biobanking and the Platform for Science Marketplace

Biobanking and the Platform for Science Marketplace By Brandie Nickey, Core Informatics Customer Success Manager Not long ago, it was easy to imagine biobanking and sample management as one and the same. Both emphasize the collection, storage, and use of samples, though biobanking specifically focuses on biospecimens. The growth of personalized medicine, however, and particularly…

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