Common data elements for traumatic brain injury: recommendations from the biospecimens and biomarkers working group.

@article{Manley2010CommonDE,
  title={Common data elements for traumatic brain injury: recommendations from the biospecimens and biomarkers working group.},
  author={Geoffrey T. Manley and Ramon Diaz-Arrastia and Mary Brophy and Doortje Engel and Clay Goodman and Katrina Gwinn and Timothy D. Veenstra and Geoffrey S. F. Ling and A. K. Ottens and Frank C. Tortella and Ronald L. Hayes},
  journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation},
  year={2010},
  volume={91 11},
  pages={1667-72}
}
Recent advances in genomics, proteomics, and biotechnology have provided unprecedented opportunities for translational research and personalized medicine. Human biospecimens and biofluids represent an important resource from which molecular data can be generated to detect and classify injury and to identify molecular mechanisms and therapeutic targets. To date, there has been considerable variability in biospecimen and biofluid collection, storage, and processing in traumatic brain injury (TBI… CONTINUE READING
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