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Best Practices for Biobanks and Biorepositories

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Biobanks and biorepositories play a crucial role in medical research by offering robust, readily available and even rare biospecimen samples for clinical, biomedical and research studies. As biobanks continue to collect samples from a growing number of sources and may store them for both short- and long-term tenures, the need for implementing general guidelines for consistent, optimal operations is necessary.

Download this whitepaper to learn more about: 

  • ISO and ISBER biospecimen fit for purpose guidelines
  • Quality control considerations for nucleic acids
  • Application examples for genomic DNA extractions, sample storage and more