Principles of Research Tissue Banking and Specimen Evaluation from the Pathologist's Perspective.

@article{McDonald2010PrinciplesOR,
  title={Principles of Research Tissue Banking and Specimen Evaluation from the Pathologist's Perspective.},
  author={Sandra A McDonald},
  journal={Biopreservation and biobanking},
  year={2010},
  volume={8 4},
  pages={197-201}
}
Human tissue biorepositories have an increasingly visible and important role within industrial enterprises in supporting biomedical research, including the rapidly advancing fields of proteomics, pharmacogenomics, and molecular epidemiology. Pathologists play a vital but often underrecognized role in the operation of these tissue banks. Besides interpreting studies that arise from banked samples, pathologists are needed to characterize tissues for research, to conduct quality assurance programs… CONTINUE READING

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