biobanking

bi·o·bank

 (bī′ō-băngk′)
n.
A repository of samples of biological material such as tissue, blood, or DNA, along with detailed information about the source of each sample, used for scientific research.
tr.v. bi·o·banked, bi·o·bank·ing, bi·o·banks
1. To supply (biological material) to a biobank.
2. To preserve (biological material) in a biobank.

biobanking

(ˈbaɪəʊˌbæŋkɪŋ)
n
the practice of creating large-scale repositories of human biological material (eg blood, urine, tissue samples, DNA, etc) designed to further medical research
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The Biospecimen Research Symposium is important because it substantiates biospecimen research as a scientific discipline and as the necessary foundation of evidence-based biobanking.
Dr Nahla Maher Afifi represented Qatar's biobanking community
Five students -- three graduates and two undergraduates from the biomedical sciences program at Qatar University -- completed the four-week program, which is aimed at understanding the principles of biobanking and in particular, the work carried out by Qatar Biobank.
2,3] The University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (Wits), has taken the lead in promoting the establishment of high-quality biobanks and biobanking practices in the region, and in addressing the legal and ethical implications for biobanking in SA.
M2 PHARMA-March 29, 2017-Global Biobanking Market to Grow at a CAGR of 8.
Objective: Spark-Tube Biobanking System (STBS) was invented to make current complex methods of blood preservation and biobanking more efficient, robust and simplified.
Processing services to contribute largest share in the stem cell biobanking market The processing services segment is estimated dominate the market, by service type, in 2016 and the forecast period.
Tiziana Life Sciences acquired the biobank and other key assets from Cagliari-based biobanking and genomics research firm, Shardna.
I received a press release from New York-based GBI Research, a good source for information on trends in the laboratory business, which focused on the somewhat controversial topic of biobanking.
GBI Research's latest report, "Biobanking: Developing Smart, Sustainable and Ethically Compliant Biorepositories for the Future" discusses fundamental concepts in biobanking and recent technology advancements in the field.
To combat this concern and ensure consistency between biobanking procedures, institutions and companies need to implement techniques and procedures that promote sample stability and integrity across the entire process.
For this reason, a substantial market has evolved for the biobanking of tissues containing stem cell populations and the storage of stem cells themselves.