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South Africa ranks as the third most biodiverse country in the world. The rich biodiversity is a highly sought-after resource for the development of novel

Although the word “biobanking” emerged in the 1990s, it has yet to acquire a set meaning. For some, the word encompasses the long-term storage functions

A major step toward transforming the understanding of cardiovascular and kidney disease in the millions of Americans with diabetes occurred when the National Institutes of

Mars Petcare is seeking 10,000 dogs and 10,000 cats for a biobank — an aggregation of biological samples, images, and other data — that aims to

In a recent article published in Nature, researchers analyzed 150,119 genome sequences from the United Kingdom Biobank (UKB). From the group of UKB volunteers, individuals

German metabolomics firm Lifespin said that it has entered a collaboration agreement with Biobank Graz and the Clinical Division of Oncology of the Medical University

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