The UK DNA banking network: a “fair access” biobank

@inproceedings{Yuille2009TheUD,
  title={The UK DNA banking network: a “fair access” biobank},
  author={Martin Yuille and Katherine P Dixon and Andrew M. Platt and Simon Pullum and David H Lewis and Alistair Scott Hall and William E. R. Ollier},
  booktitle={Cell and Tissue Banking},
  year={2009}
}
The UK DNA Banking Network (UDBN) is a secondary biobank: it aggregates and manages resources (samples and data) originated by others. The network comprises, on the one hand, investigator groups led by clinicians each with a distinct disease specialism and, on the other hand, a research infrastructure to manage samples and data. The infrastructure addresses the problem of providing secure quality-assured accrual, storage, replenishment and distribution capacities for samples and of facilitating… CONTINUE READING

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