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The Swedish government has decided to implement a new Biobanks Act, which is suggested to enter into force on 1 July 2023. The current Biobanks

Industrial advances have been associated with large-scale changes in the human gut microbiome and a higher incidence of complex human diseases. Rewilding the human gut microbiome

Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine have begun collecting broad health information from 250,000 volunteers around the state in an effort to

The Biobank at the Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine contains samples and genetic information derived from UCHealth patients that can enrich the knowledge their providers

“Many people tend to think of dermatology as mainly acne problems, basic skin ailments, and beauty issues,” says Dr. Helena Pasieka, assistant professor of Dermatology

Researchers’ aim of developing the world’s first bison genome biobank at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) received a critical boost on July 14 with Genome

Organizations that advocate for patients with rare diseases have a lot on their plates. Their leaders—individuals, often affected by these diseases in some way—wear many

Earlier this year, Geisinger announced it had enrolled the 300,000th participant in MyCode, a healthcare system-based biobank, and health project that studies the relationship between

Nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) originates from nasopharynx epithelial cells and is common in southern China and Southeast Asia. NPC is causally linked to Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

Over the past few decades, tremendous advances have been made in our understanding of the pathobiology underpinning the devastating impairments of traumatic spinal cord injury