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Introduction : Biospecimens, such as urine, blood, saliva, tissue, cells, DNA, RNA, and protein, are biological material to be stored in a biorepository. They constitute critical resources of molecular data for basic and translational research integrated with diagnostic, therapeutics, and...
Sample quality is of major importance when conducting molecular analysis of nucleic acids, and factors such as degradation, presence of impurities, and enzymatic inhibitors may have a significant impact on the quality of data. Issues of quality assessment become more important as the increased...
In the last decade, vitrification protocols to preserve human ovarian tissue have been regularly reported, even more often than the protocols developed for large mammals, such as ruminants and nonhuman primates. In order to facilitate the use of domestic ruminants (cows, goats, and sheep) and...
Stakeholders are individuals, groups, or organizations that are affected by or can affect a particular action undertaken by others. Biobanks relate to a number of donors, researchers, research institutions, regulatory bodies, funders, and others. These stakeholders can potentially have a strong...
The human brain displays oxidant and antioxidant markers with regional specificity that directly impinges on neuronal function in aging and in disease states. Similarly, the antioxidant activities might exhibit differential intracellular distribution rendering subcellular structures...
The advent of stem cells and stem cell-based therapies for specific diseases requires particular knowledge of laboratory procedures, which not only guarantee the continuous production of cells, but also provide them an identity and integrity as close as possible to their origin. Their...
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