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Centre de Ressources Biologiques-Tumorothèque: Bioresources and associated clinical data dedicated to translational research in oncology at the Institut de Cancérologie de l’Ouest, France

Abstract : The Centre de Ressources Biologiques-Tumorothèque ICO is a biobank integrated in a clinical cancer center (ICO, Institut de Cancérologie de l’Ouest, Saint-Herblain, FR) that collects tissues (snap frozen, FFPE, TMA) and biological (serum, plasma, DNA, RNA, stools, etc) samples from oncology patients and dedicated to translational research. The biobank started its activities in 2002 and is certified NF S 96 900. Activities are framed by a quality management system with established and validated SOPs for all work procedures. Samples stored into the biobank are available for both academic as well as commercial researchers, through a defined access procedure. Currently the bioresources consist in more than 99.500 samples with informed consent and associated clinical data.
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Dominique Heymann, Estelle Verhille, Vanessa Veron, Marie Vitre, Florian Delmas, et al.. Centre de Ressources Biologiques-Tumorothèque: Bioresources and associated clinical data dedicated to translational research in oncology at the Institut de Cancérologie de l’Ouest, France. Open Journal of Bioresources, In press, Epub ahead of print. ⟨inserm-02529593⟩

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