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SGCResourceA not-for-profit, public-private partnership that carries out basic science of relevance to drug discovery whose core mandate is to determine 3D structures on a large scale and cost-effectively - targeting human proteins of biomedical importance and proteins from human parasites that represent potential drug targets.basic science, drug discovery, drug, structural genomics, genomics, 3d structure, protein, human parasite, drug target, structure, human protein, protocol, phylogenetic tree, histone tail, high-throughput protein crystallization, lex bubbling system, reagent, epigenetic probe, antibody, vector, plasmid, constructSCR_003890(SGC, RRID:SCR_003890)University of Oxford; Oxford; United Kingdom , University of Toronto; Ontario; Canada Cancer, Diabetes, Obesity, Psychiatric disorderAbbVie, Boehringer Ingelheim, Canada Foundation for Innovation, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Genome Canada, GlaxoSmithKline, Janssen, Lilly Canada, Novartis Research Foundation, Ontario Ministry of Economic Development Employment and Infrastructure, Pfizer, Takeda, Wellcome Trustrelated to: AbbVie, Canada Foundation for Innovation, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Genome Canada, Janssen Research and Development, Ontario Ministry of Economic Development Employment and Infrastructure, Pfizer Animal Genetics, Wellcome Trust, uses: Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics Protein Data Bank, Addgene, GenBankLast checked upnlx_158220
Big Ten Cancer Research ConsortiumResourceA consortium that aims to transform cancer research through collaborative oncology trials that leverage the scientific and clinical expertise of the Big Ten universities. The goal is to align the conduct of cancer research through collaborative, hypothesis-driven, highly translational oncology trials that leverage the scientific and clinical expertise. The clinical trials that will be developed will be linked to molecular diagnostics, enabling researchers to understand what drives the cancers to grow and what might be done to stop them from growing. The consortium also leverages geographical locations and existing relationships among the cancer centers. One of the consortium's goals is to harmonize contracts and scientific review processes to expedite clinical trials. The consortium will only focus on phase 0 to II trials because larger trials - even a randomized phase II trial - are difficult to conduct at a single cancer center.oncology, drug development, basic research, clinical trial, clinical, genitourinary, gastrointestinal, thoracic, breast, nanotechnology, virus, triple-negative cellSCR_004025(Big Ten Cancer Research Consortium, RRID:SCR_004025)Hoosier Cancer Research Network Canceraffiliated with: Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Pennsylvania, USA, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin, USA, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA, Northwestern University, Illinois, USA, University of Nebraska, Nebraska, USA, University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Minnesota, USA, Michigan State University, Michigan, USA, University of Michigan, Michigan, USA, University of Iowa, Iowa, USA, Indiana University, Indiana, USA, University of Illinois College of Medicine, Illinois, USALast checked upnlx_158452
CRAVATResource, analysis service resource, data analysis service, service resource, production service resourceA web-based application designed with an easy-to-use interface to facilitate the high-throughput assessment and prioritization of genes and missense alterations important for cancer tumorigenesis.SCR_012776(CRAVAT, RRID:SCR_012776)Johns Hopkins University; Maryland; USA CancerNCI, NSFlisted by: OMICtoolsLast checked upOMICS_00147
Mutation Annotation and Genomic InterpretationResource, analysis service resource, data analysis service, service resource, production service resourceA tool for annotating, exploring, and analyzing gene sets that may be associated with cancer.mutation, interaction, transcript, copy number aberration, networkSCR_002800(Mutation Annotation and Genomic Interpretation, RRID:SCR_002800)Brown University; Rhode Island; USA CancerBrown University; Rhode Island; USA, NIH, NSFuses: The Cancer Genome Atlas, HINT, HPRD - Human Protein Reference Database, Pfam, SMART, Conserved Domain Database, listed by: OMICtoolsLast checked downOMICS_06145
OncotatorResource, analysis service resource, data analysis service, service resource, production service resourceA tool for annotating human genomic point mutations and indels with data relevant to cancer researchers. Genomic Annotations, Protein Annotations, and Cancer Annotations are aggregated from many resources. A standalone version of Oncotator is being developed.annotate, genomic, point mutation, indel, mutation, genome, protein, variantSCR_005183(Oncotator, RRID:SCR_005183)Broad Institute Cancerlisted by: OMICtoolsLast checked upOMICS_00178
omniBiomarkerResource, analysis service resource, data analysis service, service resource, production service resourceomniBiomarker is a web-application for analysis of high-throughput -omic data. Its primary function is to identify differentially expressed biomarkers that may be used for diagnostic or prognostic clinical prediction. Currently, omniBiomarker allows users to analyze their data with many different ranking methods simultaneously using a high-performance compute cluster. The next release of omniBiomarker will automatically select the most biologically relevant ranking method based on user input regarding prior knowledge. The omniBiomarker workflow * Data: Gene Expression * Algorithms: Knowledge-Driven Gene Ranking * Differentially expressed Genes * Clinical / Biological Validation * Knowledge: NCI Thesaurus of Cancer, Cancer Gene Index * back to Algorithmsgene, gene expression, algorithm, cancer, cancer gene, cancer gene index, biocomputing, biomarker, clinical, gene rankingSCR_005750(omniBiomarker, RRID:SCR_005750) Emory University; Georgia; USA , Georgia Institute of Technology; Georgia; USA CancerGeorgia Cancer Coalition, NCIPMID:19695674Last checked downnlx_149210
CanPredictResource, analysis service resource, data analysis service, service resource, production service resourceWeb application that uses a combination of computational methods to identify those changes most likely to be cancer-associated.SCR_008216(CanPredict, RRID:SCR_008216)University of California at San Francisco; California; USA Cancerlisted by: OMICtoolsLast checked upOMICS_00142
UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center Biostatistics CoreResource, analysis service resource, data analysis service, service resource, training service resource, production service resourceThe Biostatistics Core provides statistical support for cancer-related research at UCSF, focusing particulary on applications in clinical trials and population studies. The Computational Biology Core supports applications to genomics, genetics and molecular biology. Core faculty have expertise in study design, protocol and proposal development and review, data analysis, and publication of results. Support for Cancer Center investigators participating in established Site Committees is typically handled by the faculty member assigned to that committee. Other requests can be directed to the consulting service request page maintained by the UCSF Clinical & Translational Science Institute (CTSI). These requests will then be assigned to a Core faculty member. Basic consulting services are generally provided free of charge to Cancer Center Members. Members requiring frequent assistance are encouraged to provide regular salary support to a Core statistician when possible to support more extensive requests and for long-term projects. Services: * Study Design * Guidance on Study Conduct * Data Analysis and Reporting of Study Results * Teaching resourcesSCR_005701(UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center Biostatistics Core, RRID:SCR_005701)UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center CancerLast checked upnlx_149150
NCI-FrederickResource, analysis service resource, service resource, material service resource, production service resourceA federally funded research and development center dedicated to biomedical research. NCI-Frederick partners with university, government, and corporate scientists to speed the translation of laboratory research into new diagnostic tests and treatments for cancer and HIV/AIDS. NCI-Frederick is comprised of more than 2,800 government- and contractor-employed biomedical researchers, laboratory technicians, and support staff and several cancer research centers. The FNLCR provides quick response capabilities and meets special long-term research and development needs for NCI that cannot be met as effectively by existing in-house or contractor resources.cancer, aids, research, treatment, technologySCR_004880(NCI-Frederick, RRID:SCR_004880)National Cancer Institute Cancer, HIV/AIDSNIHLast checked upnlx_85397
Ivy Glioblastoma Atlas ProjectResource, atlas, database, image collection, data or information resourcePlatform for exploring the anatomic and genetic basis of glioblastoma at the cellular and molecular levels that includes two interactive databases linked together by de-identified tumor specimen numbers to facilitate comparisons across data modalities: * The open public image database, here, providing in situ hybridization data mapping gene expression across the anatomic structures inherent in glioblastoma, as well as associated histological data suitable for neuropathological examination * A companion database (Ivy GAP Clinical and Genomic Database) offering detailed clinical, genomic, and expression array data sets that are designed to elucidate the pathways involved in glioblastoma development and progression. This database requires registration for access. The hope is that researchers all over the world will mine these data and identify trends, correlations, and interesting leads for further studies with significant translational and clinical outcomes. The Ivy Glioblastoma Atlas Project is a collaborative partnership between the Ben and Catherine Ivy Foundation, the Allen Institute for Brain Science and the Ben and Catherine Ivy Center for Advanced Brain Tumor Treatment.glioblastoma, in situ hybridization, hematoxylin and eosin stain, brain, tumor, gene expression, anatomic structure, histology, clinical, genomic, expression array, geneSCR_005044(Ivy Glioblastoma Atlas Project, RRID:SCR_005044)Allen Institute for Brain Science Brain cancer, CancerBen and Catherine Ivy FoundationLast checked upnlx_99161
Zebrafish AtlasResource, atlas, reference atlas, data or information resourceAtlas containing 2- and 3-dimensional, anatomical reference slides of the lifespan of the zebrafish to support research and education worldwide. Hematoxylin and eosin histological slides, at various points in the lifespan of the zebrafish, have been scanned at 40x resolution and are available through a virtual slide viewer. 3D models of the organs are reconstructed from plastic tissue sections of embryo and larvae. The size of the zebrafish, which allows sections to fall conveniently within the dimensions of the common 1 x 3 glass slide, makes it possible for this anatomical atlas to become as high resolution as for any vertebrate. That resolution, together with the integration of histology and organ anatomy, will create unique opportunities for comparisons with both smaller and larger model systems that each have their own strengths in research and educational value. The atlas team is working to allow the site to function as a scaffold for collaborative research and educational activity across disciplines and model organisms. The Zebrafish Atlas was created to answer a community call for a comprehensive, web-based, anatomical and pathological atlas of the zebrafish, which has become one of the most widely used vertebrate animal models globally. The experimental strengths of zebrafish as a model system have made it useful for a wide range of investigations addressing the missions of the NIH and NSF. The Zebrafish Atlas provides reference slides for virtual microscopic viewing of the zebrafish using an Internet browser. Virtual slide technology allows the user to choose their own field of view and magnification, and to consult labeled histological sections of zebrafish. We are planning to include a complete set of embryos, larvae, juveniles, and adults from approximately 25 different ages. Future work will also include a variety of comparisons (e.g. normal vs. mutant, normal vs. diseased, multiple stages of development, zebrafish with other organisms, and different types of cancer).embryo, eosin, expression, genetic, adult, anatomical, anatomy, cancer, development, hematoxylin, histological, histology, juvenile, larvae, lifespan, model, slide, sagittal, coronal, transverse, stage, embryonic zebrafish, juvenile zebrafish, immature zebrafish, larval zebrafish, young zebrafish, adult zebrafishSCR_006722(Zebrafish Atlas, RRID:SCR_006722)Pennsylvania State University Normal, Mutant, CancerNCRRLast checked upnif-0000-24352
The Cancer Genome AtlasResource, biomaterial supply resource, biospecimen repository, data set, service resource, portal, storage service resource, material storage repository, material resource, data or information resourceProject exploring the spectrum of genomic changes involved in more than 20 types of human cancer that provides a platform for researchers to search, download, and analyze data sets generated. As a pilot project it confirmed that an atlas of changes could be created for specific cancer types. It also showed that a national network of research and technology teams working on distinct but related projects could pool the results of their efforts, create an economy of scale and develop an infrastructure for making the data publicly accessible. Its success committed resources to collect and characterize more than 20 additional tumor types. Components of the TCGA Research Network: * Biospecimen Core Resource (BCR); Tissue samples are carefully cataloged, processed, checked for quality and stored, complete with important medical information about the patient. * Genome Characterization Centers (GCCs); Several technologies will be used to analyze genomic changes involved in cancer. The genomic changes that are identified will be further studied by the Genome Sequencing Centers. * Genome Sequencing Centers (GSCs); High-throughput Genome Sequencing Centers will identify the changes in DNA sequences that are associated with specific types of cancer. * Proteome Characterization Centers (PCCs); The centers, a component of NCI's Clinical Proteomic Tumor Analysis Consortium, will ascertain and analyze the total proteomic content of a subset of TCGA samples. * Data Coordinating Center (DCC); The information that is generated by TCGA will be centrally managed at the DCC and entered into the TCGA Data Portal and Cancer Genomics Hub as it becomes available. Centralization of data facilitates data transfer between the network and the research community, and makes data analysis more efficient. The DCC manages the TCGA Data Portal. * Cancer Genomics Hub (CGHub); Lower level sequence data will be deposited into a secure repository. This database stores cancer genome sequences and alignments. * Genome Data Analysis Centers (GDACs) - Immense amounts of data from array and second-generation sequencing technologies must be integrated across thousands of samples. These centers will provide novel informatics tools to the entire research community to facilitate broader use of TCGA data. TCGA is actively developing a network of collaborators who are able to provide samples that are collected retrospectively (tissues that had already been collected and stored) or prospectively (tissues that will be collected in the future).genome, genome sequencing, breast, central nervous system, endocrine, gastrointestinal, gynecologic, head, neck, hematologic, skin, soft tissue, thoracic, urologic, clinical, genomic characterization, analysis, tumor genome, demographic, gene expression, copy number alteration, epigenetic, dna sequence, exome, snp, methylation, mrna, mirnaSCR_003193(The Cancer Genome Atlas, RRID:SCR_003193)National Cancer Institute Cancer, Tumor, Normal, Breast cancer, Central Nervous System cancer, Endocrine cancer, Gastrointestinal cancer, Gynecologic cancer, Head cancer, Neck cancer, Hematologic cancer, Skin cancer, Soft tissue cancer, Thoracic cancer, Urologic cancerNCIrelated to: Cancer3D, used by: Mutation Annotation and Genomic Interpretation, BioXpress, listed by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked upnlx_156913
Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation Tumor BankResource, biomaterial supply resource, biospecimen repository, tissue bank, service resource, storage service resource, data or information resource, material resource, material storage repositoryA tumor bank that provides a large collection of cancer specimens, from breast and other cancers, annotated with clinical information. The CBCF TB enables researchers to address unanswered questions concerning the prognosis and treatment of breast cancer and other cancers. The CBCF TB website is also directed to participants interested in donating tumor tissue or blood. Biological specimens such as blood, urine, bone marrow, and ascites (fluid that sometimes collects in the abdomen) contain genetic information, just as tumor tissue does. These samples can be used in studies that may help researchers see how people with certain genetic make-ups respond to certain treatments. It can also explain why different people have different health problems. CBCF TB, formerly ARTB, was created by a merger of components of two existing Tumor-banking initiatives, the CLS Repository in Calgary and the Tumor bank of the PolyomX Program in Edmonton.clinical information, clinicalSCR_004214(Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation Tumor Bank, RRID:SCR_004214)Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation Breast cancer, Tumor, CancerAlberta Cancer Foundation, Canadian Breast Cancer Foundationrelated to: Canadian Tumour Repository Network, listed by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked upnlx_143637
Human Tissue Resource NetworkResource, biomaterial supply resource, biospecimen repository, tissue bank, service resource, storage service resource, material resource, material storage repositoryCollect, bank, and distribute human tissue and fluid specimens by uniting tissue-based research resources within the OSU Department of Pathology and promoting collaborative research within the OSU Medical Center and related national human research projects. The HTRN is comprised of the Pathology Core Facility (PCF), Tissue Archive Service (TAS), Tissue Procurement Service (TPS), AIDS and Cancer Specimen Resource (ACSR), the Cancer and Leukemia Group B Pathology Coordinating Office (CALGB - PCO), and an Adenoma Polyp Tissue Bank (APTB).tissue, bodily fluid, aids, cancer, leukemia, adenoma polypSCR_005348(Human Tissue Resource Network, RRID:SCR_005348)Ohio State University College of Medicine; Ohio; USA AIDS, Cancer, Leukemia, Adenoma polyp, Etc.Federal and corporate research programslisted by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked downnlx_144405
Southampton Tumour BankResource, biomaterial supply resource, biospecimen repository, tissue bank, service resource, storage service resource, material resource, material storage repositoryCollects and distributes human tissue for ethically approved studies to aid the study of cancer biology and other associated research. All tissue is collected with patient consent and tissue is distributed only to ethically approved studies. The purpose of the Tissue Bank is to source, organize, collect, prepare, store and distribute a diverse collection of human tissues and biological products. This valuable core resource is available to all local academics and researchers. The on-site bank allows for rapid access to a plethora of biological materials supported by an informatics system of databases acting as an inventory management system. In addition, the Tissue Bank provides a licensed facility to store surplus tissue when studies close. Tissues currently available include normal and malignant snap frozen blocks, freshly prepared spleen and lymph nodes, fresh biopsy tissues, blood products and biological fluids. Collections can be organized by bank staff or ran in parallel with current research activities and include a wide variety of cancer classifications. We currently hold over 38,000 vials. Tissue Availability: Lymphoma - solid tissue and cells - 843; Breast - solid tissue and cells - 540; Colon - solid tissue and cells - 238; Lung - solid tissue and cells - 43; Upper Gi - BIOPSY tissue - 114; Pleural fluid and cells - 14cancer biology, cancer, tumor, blood product, biological fluid, tissue, spleen, lymph node, biopsy tissue, blood product, bodily fluid, blood, lymphoma, solid tissue, cell, breast, colon, lung, upper gastrointestinal, pleural fluid, gastrointestinalSCR_000673(Southampton Tumour Bank, RRID:SCR_000673)University of Southampton; Southampton; United Kingdom Cancer, Tumor, Normal, Malignantlisted by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked upnlx_14010
Moffitt Cancer Center Tissue CoreResource, biomaterial supply resource, core facility, tissue bank, service resource, access service resource, material resource, data or information resourceA central tissue repository at Moffitt specializing in protocol-driven human tissue collection, storage, processing and dissemination. Tissue Core provides investigators with access to high quality, well-annotated human specimens obtained from representative of the patient populations. The advent of powerful molecular technologies has opened the door to developing more effective treatments of patients with cancer. Access to high quality specimens with associated clinical, treatment, recurrence outcome data will be critical to developing and validating the tests needed for diagnosis and prediction of response to therapy. Since its commencement in 1993, the Tissue Core has collected more than 8,000 cases of human liquid cancers and solid primary and metastatic tumors both malignant and benign with adjacent normal, from variety of sites and diagnoses. Collected samples are mostly remnant tissues obtained from patients undergoing therapeutic surgical procedures at the Center. The core also ensures tissue release compliance with USF-IRB and Privacy Board recommendations. * Protocol driven sample collection, processing and distribution * Collection of sample and patient demographic information. * Nucleic acid extractions from tissue sections, FNA, core biopsies blood and bone marrow. * Histology services: H&E slides, staining, sectioning, paraffin blocks, OCT blocks, sample microdissection * WBC, plasma and serum isolation. * Project development and support: Facility staff provides advice and guidance to researchers.cancer, liquid cancer, solid primary tumor, solid tumor, metastatic tumor, malignant, benign, normal, tumor, clinical data, h&e slide, stain, section, paraffin block, oct block, sample microdissection, white blood cell, plasma, serum, private (moffitt cancer center), researchSCR_004406(Moffitt Cancer Center Tissue Core, RRID:SCR_004406)Moffitt Cancer Center Cancer, Normal, Malignant, Benign, Tumorlisted by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked downnlx_143721
Fox Chase Biosample Repository Core FacilityResource, biomaterial supply resource, data or information resource, material resource, tissue bank, cell repositoryFox Chase has developed a facility dedicated to the collection and distribution of human subject biosamples and supporting personal and family cancer history data. In response to announcement (CA-00-025; P30 CA06927S2), the Fox Chase Cancer Center''s Biosample Repository (BR) and Tumor Bank Facility (TBF) is making blood specimens (i.e., whole blood, plasma, platelet-rich plasma, platelet homogenates, red blood cells, leukocytes, lymphoblastoid cell lines, and DNA isolated from leukocytes) and tumor tissues (i.e., multi-tissue microarrays and tumor DNAs) collected by our facilities available for research. Request for blood and tissue will be reviewed by a panel of scientists and ranked. Priority will be given to those investigators with current NIGH/NCI funding, but will be made available as recommended by the internal and external advisory committees. * Blood Inventory: Plasma, Serum, Whole Blood, Lymphocytes, DNA * Tissue Inventory: Tumor and Normal Adjacent Tissue, Fresh-Frozen, Formalin-Fixed Paraffin-Embedded Tissue, OCT Embedded Tissue, Ethanol-fixed Tissueblood, whole blood, serum, lymphocyte, plasma, platelet-rich plasma, platelet homogenates, red blood cell, leukocyte, lymphoblastoid cell line, dna, tumor tissue, normal adjacent tissue, multi-tissue microarray, tumor dna, fresh-frozen, formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded, oct embedded, ethanol-fixed, cancer, control, tumorSCR_004746(Fox Chase Biosample Repository Core Facility, RRID:SCR_004746)Fox Chase Cancer Center Cancer, Controllisted by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked downnlx_75230
Southwest France Tumour BankResource, biomaterial supply resource, data or information resource, material resource, tissue bank, databaseThe Virtual Tumour Bank of the Canceropole Grand Sud-Ouest''s mission is to federate the cancer research of four French regions: Aquitaine, Languedoc-Roussillon, Limousin and Midi-Pyrenees. This site allows access to an inventory of the specimens stored in the tumor banks of the Greater South-West region, within the laboratories of Pathology of the University Hospital Centers and Cancer Centers of Bordeaux, Limoges, Montpellier, Nimes and Toulouse. You may search by disease or multiple criteria. These specimens are removed from patients primarily to confirm and accurately characterize their cancer diagnosis, and are therefore stored by the tumor bank for diagnostic and/or therapeutic purposes. These samples can be re-qualified for scientific research pending that a number of conditions are met, including the absence of refusal from the person (in compliance with French regulations). So far, the tumor bank is a major tool for cancer treatment and research. This inventory is a further evidence of the coordination effort between the eight concerned tumor banks that have been mobilized at the service of patients and research within the framework of the Canceropole Grand Sud-Ouest programs. These biological resources are made available to research groups that conduct basic or translational programs in the field of oncology. They will not be made available for projects in fields other than oncology.tumor, tissue, tumor tissue, serum, plasma, bodily fluid, frozen, liquid nitrogen, paraffin, dmso, dry, cancer, neoplasm, malignant, benign, oncologySCR_004574(Southwest France Tumour Bank, RRID:SCR_004574)Tumor, Cancer, Neoplasm, Malignant, BenignFrench National Cancer Institutelisted by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked upnlx_56834
STRIDE Virtual Biospecimen BankResource, biomaterial supply resource, data or information resource, material resource, tissue bank, databaseAn online, searchable record of biospecimen attributes and storage location for the following three biobanks at Stanford: * The Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) program * The Hematology biospecimen bank is a research sample repository focusing on blood, plasma and bone marrow, primarily from leukemia patients. * Cancer Center Pathology Core: The Stanford Comprehensive Cancer Center Tissue Bank stores research samples of both solid tumor and blood from cancer patients, with an emphasis on prostate. As of November 2009, the system contains data on 50,000 biospecimens stored in multiple banks at Stanford. An anonymous Biospecimen Locator allows Stanford researchers to search the STRIDE Virtual Biospecimen Bank for suitable samples without having to know, or expose, any protected patient-specific information. Having determined that suitable specimens exist in one of the constituent biospecimens banks, the researcher can generate a Web-based request form to obtain additional information from the appropriate bank operator(s). Access to specimens is restricted to Stanford Faculty and Staff or affiliates.clinical data, biospecimen, data management, blood, plasma, bone marrow, solid tumor, prostate, tumor, leukemia, cancerSCR_008667(STRIDE Virtual Biospecimen Bank, RRID:SCR_008667)Stanford Translational Research Integrated Database Environment and Clinical Data Warehouse Leukemia, Cancerlisted by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank Listing, BiositemapsLast checked upnif-0000-33378
Janus Serum BankResource, biomaterial supply resource, material resourceThe Janus Serum Bank has blood samles from 317 000 Norwegians. The biobank is reserved for cancer research, and is internationally unique regarding size and number of cancer cases. The Janus Serum Bank is a population based biobank reserved for cancer research. The specimens are collected during the period from 1972-2004 and are stored at 25 degrees Celsius. The samples originate from 317 000 persons in Norway who have participated in health studies and also from blood donors in and around Oslo. Today, samples are only collected from earlier donors in the Janus Serum Bank who have developed cancer. The Bank is internationally unique regarding size and number of cancer cases. Annual linkage to the Cancer Registry shows that 52 500 donors are diagnosed with cancer as of December 31, 2009. The main goals of the biobank are to make the material available to cancer researchers over the whole world and deliver quality assured samples and data. The Janus Serum Bank is registered in the Biobank Register (Notification number 737)blood, cancerSCR_005885(Janus Serum Bank, RRID:SCR_005885)Cancer Registry of Norway Cancerlisted by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked upnlx_149448
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