Should We Classify Biorepositories?

Over the past 100 years, biobanking has evolved from haphazard biospecimen collection and storage to automated, standardized processes. There are now many different kinds of biorepositories, including disease-centric, population-based, project-driven …

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OpenSpecimen v6.1. Released

OpenSpecimen v6.1 is now available for download. As always, each new release contains new features, bug fixes, and improvements. Here are the highlights of the release: Archive users and create …

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OpenSpecimen v6.0 Release

OpenSpecimen 6.0 is now available for download. Like every new release, it contains new features, bug fixes, and improvements. New features Google-like Keyword search Quickly search for any label, title, name of …

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OpenSpecimen v4.1 release

We are happy to announce the release of OpenSpecimen v4.1 with new features, improvements, and bug fixes. Release highlights: Bulk delete of objects Export of admin objects (to move data …

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OpenSpecimen July Newsletter

OSCON16 – Aug 29-30 – Miami OpenSpecimen “super user” training – Miami (Sep 1-3) and Melbourne (Oct 6-7) OpenSpecimen v3.2 released Victorian Cancer Biobank goes live with OpenSpecimen University of …

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Latest biobanking news

Read the latest happenings in the biobanking industry… Cancer Biobanking in the Middle East: Meeting Cultural and Fiscal Challenges A Tissue Bank on the Rise – Harper Cancer Research Institute, Notre …

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