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Developing and organizing an institutional biospecimen repository

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Donna E. Hansel, Scott D. Jewell, editors. College of American Pathologists Press , c2014.
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Developing and Organizing an Institutional Biospecimen Repository provides useful information on establishing and maintaining a biospecimen repository and discusses issues critical to specimen collection, processing, storage, and distribution. Contents include defining the role of the biospecimen repository, developing an institutional resource within the pathology department, management and key personnel, infrastructure of the biorepository and associated core laboratories, flow of biospecime…
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Other Authors
Hansel, Donna E
Responsibility
Donna E. Hansel, Scott D. Jewell, editors
Place of Publication
Northfield, IL
Publisher
College of American Pathologists Press
Date Published
c2014
Physical Description
1 online resource, 106 p.
ISBN
9781941096215
Subjects (MeSH)
Biological specimen banks - organization and administration
Informed consent
Preservation, biological - methods
Abstract
Developing and Organizing an Institutional Biospecimen Repository provides useful information on establishing and maintaining a biospecimen repository and discusses issues critical to specimen collection, processing, storage, and distribution. Contents include defining the role of the biospecimen repository, developing an institutional resource within the pathology department, management and key personnel, infrastructure of the biorepository and associated core laboratories, flow of biospecimens, quality control, informatics, informed consent, cost assessment, and relationships with outside institutions and industry.
Format
e-Book
Location
Online
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