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National Institute on Drug Abuse Center for Genetic StudiesResource, data set, service resource, data repository, storage service resource, data or information resourceSite for collection and distribution of clinical data related to genetic analysis of drug abuse phenotypes. Anonymous data on family structure, age, sex, clinical status, and diagnosis, DNA samples and cell line cultures, and data derived from genotyping and other genetic analyses of these clinical data and biomaterials, are distributed to qualified researchers studying genetics of mental disorders and other complex diseases at recognized biomedical research facilities. Phenotypic and Genetic data will be made available to general public on release dates through distribution mechanisms specified on website.drug abuse, family, family structure, genetic analysis, genetics, addiction, age, biomaterial, cell line, citation, clinical, clinical status, data, diagnosis, dna, genotyping, human, mental disorder, mutation analysis, phenotype, publications, sex, clinical data, genotype, geneSCR_013061(National Institute on Drug Abuse Center for Genetic Studies, RRID:SCR_013061) Rutgers University; New Jersey; USA , Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis; Missouri; USA NIDA, NIH Blueprint for Neuroscience Researchrelated to: One Mind Biospecimen Bank Listing, NIH Data Sharing Repositories, recommended by: National Library of Medicine, BRAIN Initiative, listed by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked downnif-0000-00181
World Health Organization: The Global Health LibraryResource, bibliography, topical portal, portal, data or information resourceThe Global Health Library assembles health data, readable in many languages. The GHL aims to: * point to reliable information collections and systems, in which different users and user groups (ministries of health, policy makers, health workers, information providers, patients and their families, general public) can focus on the knowledge that best meets their health information needs; * act as a facilitator enabling access to information contents produced by numerous key providers - be they commercial companies, government institutions, civil society, not-for-profit organizations, and regional or international bodies; and * strive for universality, with focus on developing countries, and will act as a resource locator for print materials essential to areas that do not have access to electronic content.clinical, health, human, peopleSCR_000391(World Health Organization: The Global Health Library, RRID:SCR_000391)World Health Organization Last checked downnif-0000-10556
Washington National Primate Research CenterResource, topical portal, organism supplier, organism-related portal, biomaterial supply resource, portal, material resource, data or information resourceCenter that aims to provide an environment to support biomedical research directed towards human health issues and nonhuman primate health and biology. To meet this mission, the WaNPRC supports biomedical research activities, professional research staff, specifically bred and maintained nonhuman primate colonies, and dedicated facilities and equipment required for nonhuman primate research protocols.aids, clinical, disease, monkey, developmental biology, functional genomics, immunology, reproduction, biology, neurophysiology, infectious disease, transplantation, stem cell, biology, virology, disease model, animal model, neurobiology, neuroscience, systems biology, baboon, long-tailed macaque, rhesus monkey, live animal, macaca nemestrina, macaca fascicularis, macaca mulatta, papio cynocephalus, papio anubisSCR_002761(Washington National Primate Research Center, RRID:SCR_002761) National Center for Research Resources - Primate Resources , University of Washington; Seattle; USA NCRR, NIH Office of the Directorlisted by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked downnif-0000-24361
TRACK TBI NetworkResource, narrative resource, knowledge environment, standard specification, data or information resourceNetwork evaluating consensus-based common data elements (CDE) for traumatic brain injury (TBI) and psychological health (TBI-CDE, while extensively phenotyping a cohort of TBI patients across the injury spectrum from concussion to coma. Institutions that participate in the TBI Network will be able to track the outcomes of patients through a 3, 6 and 12-month followup program and compare outcomes with other participating institutions. For the three acute care centers, patients were enrolled that presented to the emergency department within 24 hours of head injury and required computed tomography (CT). For the rehabilitation center, referrals from acute hospitals were enrolled. Patients were consented to participate in components: clinical profile; blood draws for measurement of proteomic and genomic markers; 3T MRI within 2 weeks; three-month Glasgow Outcome Scale-Extended (GOS-E); and six-month TBI-CDE Core outcome assessments. A web-enabled database, imaging repository, and biospecimen bank was developed using the TBI-CDE recommendations. A total of 605 patients were enrolled. Of these subjects, 88% had a GCS 13-15, 5% had a GCS 9-12, and 7% had a GCS of 8 or less. Three-month GOS-E''s were obtained for 78% of the patients. Comprehensive 6-month outcome measures, including PTSD assessment, are ongoing until September 2011. Blood specimens were collected from 450 patients. Initial CTs for 605 patients and 235 patients with 3T MRI studies were transferred to an imaging repository. The TRACK TBI Network will provide qualified institutions access to a web-based version of key forms in tracking TBI outcomes for Quality Improvement and institutional benchmarking.traumatic brain injury, concussion, coma, psychological health, common data element, head injury, mri, computed tomography, post-traumatic stress disorder, clinical, neuroimage, genomic, proteomic, outcome data, clinical data, marker, blood, glasgow outcome scale-extended, one mind tbi, one mind ptsd, image, image collection, benchmark, biomaterial supply resource, database, outcomeSCR_004723(TRACK TBI Network, RRID:SCR_004723)Traumatic brain injuryDefense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury, NIDRR, NINDSlisted by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked downnlx_143882
SepNet Central Sample BankResource, biomaterial supply resource, service resource, storage service resource, material storage repository, material resource, data or information resourceIt is the aim of the SepNet initiative to establish a central facility, essential to data and sample quality and homogeneity, that comprises a structured and easily accessible sample bank with probes of homogeneous quality originating from a well-characterized patient population enrolled in independent, innovative and internationally competitive prospective clinical sepsis trials. The SepNetBiobank is a core facility of SepNet. The object of this central sample resource is to organize and handle all relevant aspects of sampling, storage and delivery of samples in the SepNet collaboration to ensure homogeneity of the samples in terms of specimen quality and maintaining sampling standards. This will be achieved through central handling of samples collected in peripheral nationwide 17 regional centers and an additional 36 associated centers according to an agreed sampling scheme and pre-set standards for sample quality, sample handling and banking; quality assurance and all relevant parts of sample handling will be in the hands of the core unit, minimizing pre-analytical steps in the heterogeneous environment of the different regional centers. In the next few months a fully automated sample storage system will be implemented that allows handling of more than 200.000 individual aliquots expected after completion of the different ongoing and planned SepNet Trails. In the next six months a fully automated -80 degree C sample storage system will be implemented. After completion of the plannend and ongoing SepNet trials more than 59.710 expected primary samples (218.040 aliquots) will be stored in this system. This outstanding sample resource will provide the basis for scientific projects aming at improving patient care with sepsis e.g. advancement in diagnostics, risk stratification, therapy and outcome.dna, peripheral blood, blood, serum, plasma, infectious disease, sepsis, infection, parasitic disease, disease, parasite, clinical sepsis trial, clinical, gene, gene expression, phenotype, frozen, clinical trialSCR_004543(SepNet Central Sample Bank, RRID:SCR_004543)Infectious disease, Sepsis, Infection, Parasitic disease, DiseaseGerman Federal Ministry of Research and Educationlisted by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked downnlx_53583
Efficacy and Mechanisms of Glutamine Dipeptide in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit Resource, resource, clinical trialMulti-center, double-blind, placebo-controlled, intent-to-treat Phase III trial, designed to determine the effect of parenteral glutamine (GLN) dipeptide on important clinical outcomes in patients requiring surgical intensive care unit (SICU) care and parenteral nutrition (PN) after cardiac, vascular, or intestinal surgery. Patients who required PN and SICU care will receive either standard glutamine (GLN)-free PN (STD-PN) or isocaloric, isonitrogenous alanyl-glutamine dipeptide (AG)-PN until enteral feedings are established. The study will determine whether AG-PN decreases hospital mortality, nosocomial infection and other important indices of morbidity and will obtain mechanistically relevant observational data in the subjects on whether AG-PN a) increases serial blood concentrations of glutathione (GSH), heat shock proteins (HSP)-70 and -27, and glutamine; b) decreases the serum presence of the bacterial products flagellin and lipopolysaccharide (LPS) and the adaptive immune response to these mediators; and c) improves key indices of innate and adaptive immunity.parenteral nutrition, glutamine, glutamine dipeptide, clinical, outcome, adult human, mortality, nosocomial infection, immune cell function, hospital morbidity, morbidity, intensive careSCR_006806( Efficacy and Mechanisms of Glutamine Dipeptide in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit , RRID:SCR_006806)Emory University; Georgia; USA Critical illnessNIDDKlisted by:, NIDDK Information Network, NIDDK Research Resources, submitted by: NIDDK Information NetworkPMID:18596310Last checked upnlx_152823
Sanford-Burnham Neuroscience and Aging Research CenterResource, topical portal, portal, data or information resourceCenter that translates basic science discoveries into new treatments to extend lifespan and to combat degenerative disorders associated with aging or development. Their researchers are discovering the etiological pathways as well as small-molecule and stem cell-based treatments to address the clinical unmet need of these patients. The Center uses a team based approach to apply their expertise in stem cells to develop therapies for new treatments for stroke and Parkinson's disease. They are also performing high-throughput screens to identify new molecules to protect the synapses of nervesthe connections between nerves that mediate movement, memory and cognition for Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and autism. By studying the links between Down syndrome and Alzheimer's disease, they are exploring new treatments to improve cognition in both disorders. Their collaborations with clinical partners enable them to test new discoveries in human trials, with a goal to improve the lives of patients and families affected by neurodegenerative disease and aging disorders.neuron, cell, clinical, pathway, small molecule, stem cell, treatment, drug, synapse, nerveSCR_001688(Sanford-Burnham Neuroscience and Aging Research Center, RRID:SCR_001688)Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute Aging, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, Autism, Neurodegenerative disease, Aging disorder, Down syndrome, StrokeLast checked downnif-0000-10181
Center for Computational Biology at UCLAResource, organization portal, data access protocol, web service, software resource, portal, atlas, data or information resourceCenter focused on the development of computational biological atlases of different populations, subjects, modalities, and spatio-temporal scales with 3 types of resources: (1) Stand-alone computational software tools (image and volume processing, analysis, visualization, graphical workflow environments). (2) Infrastructure Resources (Databases, computational Grid, services). (3) Web-services (web-accessible resources for processing, validation and exploration of multimodal/multichannel data including clinical data, imaging data, genetics data and phenotypic data). The CCB develops novel mathematical, computational, and engineering approaches to map biological form and function in health and disease. CCB computational tools integrate neuroimaging, genetic, clinical, and other relevant data to enable the detailed exploration of distinct spatial and temporal biological characteristics. Generalizable mathematical approaches are developed and deployed using Grid computing to create practical biological atlases that describe spatiotemporal change in biological systems. The efforts of CCB make possible discovery-oriented science and the accumulation of new biological knowledge. The Center has been divided into cores organized as follows: - Core 1 is focused on mathematical and computational research. Core 2 is involved in the development of tools to be used by Core 3. Core 3 is composed of the driving biological projects; Mapping Genomic Function, Mapping Biological Structure, and Mapping Brain Phenotype. - Cores 4 - 7 provide the infrastructure for joint structure within the Center as well as the development of new approaches and procedures to augment the research and development of Cores 1-3. These cores are: (4)Infrastructure and Resources, (5) Education and Training, (6) Dissemination, and (7) Administration and Management. The main focus of the CCB is on the brain, and specifically on neuroimaging. This area has a long tradition of sophisticated mathematical and computational techniques. Nevertheless, new developments in related areas of mathematics and computational science have emerged in recent years, some from related application areas such as Computer Graphics, Computer Vision, and Image Processing, as well as from Computational Mathematics and the Computational Sciences. We are confident that many of these ideas can be applied beneficially to neuroimaging.functional, genetic, biological system, brain, clinical, computational, computational mathematic, disease, health, image processing, physiological, population, structural, neuroimaging, computational neuroscience, imaging genomics, magnetic resonance, pet, spectSCR_000334(Center for Computational Biology at UCLA, RRID:SCR_000334)Laboratory of Neuro Imaging NCRRrelated to: National Centers for Biomedical Computing, listed by: NeuroImaging Tools and Resources Collaboratory (NITRC)Last checked downnif-0000-10492,
Nonhuman Primate Transplantation Tolerance Cooperative Study Group Resource, disease-related portal, topical portal, resource, research forum portal, portal, data or information resourceCooperative program for research on nonhuman primate models of kidney, islet, heart, and lung transplantation evaluating the safety and efficacy of existing and new treatment regimens that promote the immune system''''s acceptance of a transplant and to understand why the immune system either rejects or does not reject a transplant. This program bridges the critical gap between small-animal research and human clinical trials. The program supports research into the immunological mechanisms of tolerance induction and development of surrogate markers for the induction, maintenance, and loss of tolerance.transplantation, clinical, kidney, islet, tolerance, heart, lung, treatment, immune system, tolerance inductionSCR_006847( Nonhuman Primate Transplantation Tolerance Cooperative Study Group , RRID:SCR_006847)Kidney transplantation, Islet transplantation, Heart transplantation, Lung transplantationNIAID, NIDDKrelated to: NIDDK Information Network, submitted by: NIDDK Information NetworkLast checked downnlx_152728
National Institute on Aging, Division of NeuroscienceResource, narrative resource, topical portal, portal, funding resource, data or information resourceA funding resource that supports the research and training for understanding the structure and function of the aging nervous system, with an emphasis on studies involving Alzheimer's disease and age-related dementia. There is an emphasis on brain-behavior relationships. This program is composed of three branches: Neurobiology, Neuropsychology, and Dementias of Aging. \\nThe overall aim of this program is to understand the aging nervous system to minimize mental decline and improve the lives of older patients. This resource also includes links to sites for Alzheimer's disease (AD) studies that include: specimen repositories, genetic materials, bio-markers, data, policies on NIA and AD genetics sharing plans, and additional aging or other AD related links.epidemiological, alzheimer's disease, brain, clinical, dementia, nervous system, neurobiology, neuropsychology, pathological, researchSCR_008257(National Institute on Aging, Division of Neuroscience, RRID:SCR_008257)AgingNIH Neuroscience Blueprint initiatives, R21-Exploratory/Development GrantsLast checked upnif-0000-22438
NEI Clinical StudiesResource, topical portal, portal, clinical trial, data or information resourceAn archived portal of clinical studies, both ongoing and completed, that have been conducted and supported by the National Eye Institute (NEI) since 1970. The portal covers corneal diseases, glaucoma, epidemiology, lens and cataract, retinal diseases, strabismus, amblyopia and visual processing.eye, clinical, corneal disease, glaucoma, epidemiology, lens, cataract, retinal disease, strabismus, amblyopia, visual processing, clinical trial, research, visionSCR_000546(NEI Clinical Studies, RRID:SCR_000546)National Eye Institute (NEI) Commons Corneal disease, Glaucoma, Cataract, Retinal disease, Strabismus, AmblyopiaNEILast checked downnif-0000-00237
dbMHCResource, service resource, data or information resource, data repository, storage service resource, databaseDatabase was open, publicly accessible platform for DNA and clinical data related to human Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC). Data from IHWG workshops were provided as well. Data previously on site are now available at Archive. NO LONGER IN SERVICE. Documented on August 23, 2019human leukocyte antigen, microsatellite, dna, clinical, major histocompatibility complex, primer, probe, sequence, allele, haplotype, sequence, histocompatibility, leucocyte, alignmentSCR_002302(dbMHC, RRID:SCR_002302)NCBI related to: NIDDK Information Network, IMGT/HLA, listed by:, submitted by: NIDDK Information NetworkLast checked upnif-0000-02729
Merge Healthcare IncorporatedResource, service resource, production service resourceMerge Healthcare Incorporated develops solutions that automate healthcare data and diagnostic workflow to enable a better electronic record of the patient experience, and to enhance product development for health IT, device and pharmaceutical companies. Merge products, ranging from standards-based development toolkits to sophisticated clinical applications, have been used by healthcare providers, vendors and researchers worldwide for over 20 years. Merge Healthcare utilizes decades of technology, expertise, intellectual property, innovative software development and expert services to build IT solutions for healthcare and biopharmaceutical customers worldwide. Merge Healthcares OEM applications and toolkits improve the process of transferring diagnostic data and images, and support integration of data from imaging procedures into broader health IT applications. These solutions provide an advanced start to software development, and are quietly inside many of today''s health IT systems. Merge Healthcares Medical Imaging Solutions bring mission-critical improvements for imaging workflow, from scheduling to billing through disaster recovery. Our Perioperative Solutions provide enhanced workflow for the entire surgery experience. Our customers, from the largest outpatient center chains to rural hospitals, have relied on Merge to bring them the solutions and services needed to run clinically and financially successful businesses. Merge Healthcares eClinical business unit, recently added through the acquisition of etrials Worldwide Inc., provides adaptive web-based tools that coordinate to transform data into intelligence and speed the path to an actionable study endpoint for clinical trials. Pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device and contract research organizations use integrated trial, site and patient solutions for real-time access to the high quality data they need to make informed decisions.electronic, biopharmaceutical, biotechnology, care, clinical, device, health, healthcare, imaging, medical, patient, pharmaceutical, record, bioinformatics, clinical system, innovationSCR_013521(Merge Healthcare Incorporated, RRID:SCR_013521)listed by: BiositemapsLast checked upnif-0000-33207
Michigan Alzheimer's Disease CenterResource, disease-related portal, topical portal, portal, data or information resourceAn Alzheimer's disease center which aims to conduct and promote research on Alzheimer's disease and enhance public and professional understanding of dementia through education and outreach efforts. The MADC promotes clinical research on memory and aging which involves the direct use of research volunteers, biomarkers, and other clinical data collected through the University of Michigan Memory and Aging Project.alzheimer's disease, biomarker, clinical, dementia, neurodegenerative disease, clinical studySCR_008773(Michigan Alzheimer's Disease Center, RRID:SCR_008773)University of Michigan Medical School; Michigan; USA AgingPrivate fundsLast checked downnlx_144106
Turkish Human Mutation DatabaseResource, data or information resource, databaseThe Molecular Biology and Genetics Department at Bogazii University is one of the major reference laboratories in Turkey, specialized in molecular analysis of common genetic disorders. Over the years, the rapid accumulation of mutation data in connection with detailed clinical and laboratory information, has led to the idea of establishing a national database for storing, analysing and presenting it in a more efficient and systematic way. For this purpose, an interdisciplinary project was initiated in 1995. b-Thalassemia and Hemophilia-B Databases were selected as preliminary models, for they offer alternative design and implementation strategies due to different clinical and genetic characteristics. b-Thalassemia is an autosomal recessive disorder, characterized by microcytosis and hemolytic anemia, which is the result of reduced b-Globin chain synthesis. In Turkey, the disease is represented with a gene frequency of 2 and reflected by a wide spectrum of clinical manifestations with the presence of more than 40 different mutation. Currently, there is no database available for thalassemia mutations. Hemophilia B is an X-linked recessive disorder caused by heterogenous mutations, resulting in a marked deficit of coagulation factor IX (FIX); an essential component of the clotting mechanism. A hemophilia B database was first published in 1990 as a list of point mutations and short additions and deletions with 115 mutations comprising 216 entries Gene-, System-, or Disease- Specific Databasesgene-, genetic, anemia, autosomal, b-globin, biology, b-thalassemia, clinical, clotting, coagulation, disorder, hemolytic, hemophilia-b, heterogenous, laboratory, mechanism, microcytosis, model, molecular, mutation, or disease- specific databases, synthesis, system-SCR_008246(Turkish Human Mutation Database, RRID:SCR_008246)Last checked upnif-0000-21404
MD Anderson Gynecologic Cancer Tissue BankResource, biomaterial supply resource, material resource, tissue bankThe purpose of the Multidisciplinary Gynecologic Cancer Translational Research Tissue Bank is to provide investigators with primary human tissue for research projects relating to gynecologic cancer. Priority for samples is given to the MD Anderson scientific community. This tissue bank handles the consent, collection, processing, storage and distribution of primary gynecologic tumor samples as well as ascites, blood and urine of gynecologic cancer patients.clinical, tissue, tumor, ascites, blood, urine, peritoneal cavity fluid, gynecologic cancer, gynecologic tumor, cancer, tumorSCR_005004(MD Anderson Gynecologic Cancer Tissue Bank, RRID:SCR_005004)University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Gynecologic cancer, Gynecologic tumorlisted by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked downnlx_96124
MD Anderson Pancreas Tissue BankResource, biomaterial supply resource, data or information resource, material resource, tissue bank, databaseTHIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVCE, documented September 2, 2016. A clinical database and PTB were created in 1990 and 2000, respectively, to collect clinical information and biospecimens from patients with suspected or confirmed pancreatic cancer, other pancreatic diseases, and tumors of the duodenum, ampulla of Vater, and distal bile duct. Standard procedures for biospecimen collection and data entry were developed. The use of human tissue for research is an invaluable tool to understand the basic mechanisms of tumor biology, which will hopefully lead to the development of new therapeutic approaches to pancreatic cancer treatment. The cornerstone of any large translational research program is the development of an accurate and comprehensive tumor bank. All tumors removed in the operating room are sampled for careful pathologic study and the remainder of the tumor is promptly stored in our Pancreas Tissue Bank (PTB) to be used for research. Other samples, including blood, pancreatic juice and biopsy material, can also be utilized to identify early markers for pancreatic cancer. The molecular profile of tumors in the PTB can be linked to information in our clinical database to provide insight on the relationship between molecular events and clinical outcome. Patients may contribute to the tissue banking effort by choosing to participate in select research protocols. Protecting patient privacy is of great importance and thus, to maintain the confidentiality of health information, the PTB complies with all federal and institutional regulations governing research with human participants.clinical, tumor, cancer, bodily fluid, tissue, tumor, blood, pancreatic juice, biopsy material, pancreatic cancer, pancreatic disease, tumor of the duodenum, tumor of the ampulla of vater, tumor of the distal bile ductSCR_004983(MD Anderson Pancreas Tissue Bank, RRID:SCR_004983)University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Pancreatic cancer, Pancreatic disease, Tumor of the duodenum, Tumor of the ampulla of Vater, Tumor of the distal bile ductlisted by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingPMID:18256882Last checked downnlx_94016
University of Kentucky's Alzheimer's Disease CenterResource, training service resource, database, biomaterial supply resource, people resource, tissue bank, service resource, brain bank, patient registry, material resource, data or information resourceAn organization which includes a tissue bank, a database, study design consultation, clinical resources, and a community registry database. The UK-ADC shares data with the NIA national database (NACC), as well as with independent, qualified investigators both within and outside the UK-ADC. This resource's associated tissue bank is comprised of anonymized brain tissue, blood, and cerebrospinal fluid samples from patients in the clinic, as well as frozen post-mortem brain tissue samples. This organization also shares research resources with the National Alzheimer's Coordinating Center (NACC), NACC collaborative initiatives, the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI), other Alzheimer Disease Centers (ADCs), and any qualified investigators from either the University of Kentucky or the general scientific, brain, brain tissue, cerebral spinal fluid, serum, plasma, buffy coat, blood, alzheimer's disease, dementing disorder, mild cognitive impairment, dementia, frozen, formalin fixed, paraffin embedded slide, clinical, neuropathology, neuropathologic disease, neuropathologic diagnosis, clinical, registrySCR_008766(University of Kentucky's Alzheimer's Disease Center, RRID:SCR_008766)University of Kentucky Alzheimer's Disease Center Alzheimer's disease, Dementing disorder, Dementia, Neuropathologic diagnosisNIAlisted by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked upnlx_144056,
Marshfield Clinic BiobankResource, biomaterial supply resource, data or information resource, material resource, databaseA large collection of biological samples and health information collected for the Personalized Medicine Research Project (PMRP) for use in biological research. Genetic information from 20,000 participants forms a database enabling scientists to study which genes cause disease, which genes predict reactions to drugs, and how environment and genes work together to cause disease. The goal of this project is to learn how to apply genetic science to human health. This knowledge will help researchers develop new medications and diagnostic tests, and will enable physicians to prescribe medications that work best for a particular person. Marshfield Clinic Personalized Medicine Research Project (PMRP) resources currently available: DNA, plasma, serum, questionnaire, electronic medical records to construct phenotypes; ability to recontact subjects for additional information (where they have given consent for recontact); stored pathology specimens collected for clinical purposes; 51 clinically relevant polymorphisms; Illumina 660 quad for ~4200 subjects aged 50+.dna, adult human, blood, disease, gene, environment, questionnaire, electronic medical record, clinical, plasma, serum, drug, personalized medicineSCR_004368(Marshfield Clinic Biobank, RRID:SCR_004368)listed by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked upnlx_38684
Competence Network Heart FailureResource, community building portal, topical portal, portal, data or information resourceAssociation of physicians, scientists, academics, research institutes and self-help groups that provides and nurtures interdisciplinary cooperation between research and primary, secondary and tertiary health care. Many internationally renowned heart failure researchers and working groups live and work in Germany. Nevertheless, there is insufficient cooperation of the respective working groups and research projects in this area. In order to remain internationally competitive in the heart failure research community, excellent implementation of large scale clinical and genetic trials is indispensable. Further, deficits in the effective presentation and transfer of research findings into clinical practice need to be addressed. An adequate translation of guidelines into practical, tangible instructions can facilitate clinical practice both in primary and tertiary care fundamentally. The need for action to address the research-practice-gap is obvious.heart failure, cardiology, clinical, genetic, genetic trial, clinical trialSCR_004979(Competence Network Heart Failure, RRID:SCR_004979)German Federal Ministry of Research and EducationLast checked upnlx_143991
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