The Importance of Brain Banks for Molecular Neuropathological Research: The New South Wales Tissue Resource Centre Experience

@article{Dedova2009TheIO,
  title={The Importance of Brain Banks for Molecular Neuropathological Research: The New South Wales Tissue Resource Centre Experience},
  author={Irina Dedova and Antony Harding and Donna Sheedy and Therese Garrick and Nina Sundqvist and C Hunt and Juliette Gillies and Clive G. Harper},
  journal={International Journal of Molecular Sciences},
  year={2009},
  volume={10},
  pages={366 - 384}
}
New developments in molecular neuropathology have evoked increased demands for postmortem human brain tissue. The New South Wales Tissue Resource Centre (TRC) at The University of Sydney has grown from a small tissue collection into one of the leading international brain banking facilities, which operates with best practice and quality control protocols. The focus of this tissue collection is on schizophrenia and allied disorders, alcohol use disorders and controls. This review highlights… CONTINUE READING

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