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Biobanking, an emerging field supported by academia, industry and health administrators alike, is distinctly different today from the practice that once defined it. The science of Biobanking, which initially involved simply storing blood or tissue samples in a freezer, is now a highly sophisticated field of research, and expected to grow exponentially over the next decade or two. This book aims to serve the purpose of further enriching the available literature on Biobanking, by offering unique and more useful collection of ideas for the future. The book outlines the experiences of developing modern Biobanking repositories in different countries, whilst covering specific topics regarding the many aspects of Biobanking. This book will be of interest to a wide range of readers including: academics, students, volunteers and advocates of patients' rights.
A highly comprehensive account of Biobanking written by the current experts in the field Focuses on the most important research developments in the field Unique insights into the future of biobanking practices Inhalt Preface
1 Integration, Networking, and Global Biobanking in the Age of New Biology Feridoun Karimi-Busheri and Aghdass Rasouli-Nia
2 The Future of Biobanking: A Conceptual Look at How Biobanks Can Respond to the Growing Human Biospecimen Needs of Researchers Stella B. Somiari and Richard I Somiari
3 Sustainability of Biobanks in the Future Yvonne G. De Souza
4 Biobanking: The Future of Cell Preservation Strategies John M. Baust, William Corwin, Robert VanBuskirk and John G. Baust
5 Biobanking for Personalized Medicine Angen Liu and Kai Pollard
6 A Global View of Breast Tissue Banking Harriet Wilson, Ben Botfield and Valerie Speirs
7 Biobanking of Cerebrospinal Fluid for Biomarker Analysis in Neurological Diseases Eline AJ Willemse and Charlotte E Teunissen
8 Biobanking in the 21st Century: Driving Population Metrics into Biobanking Quality Joseph N Roberts, Charlene Karvonen, Kathryn Graham, Michael Weinfeld, Anil A. Joy, Martin Koebel, Don Morris, Paula J Robson, Randal N Johnston and Nigel T Brockton
9 Challenges in Developing a Cancer Oriented-Biobank: Experience from a 17 year-old Cancer Biobank in Sao Paulo, Brazil Antonio Hugo Jose Froes Marques Campos and Fernando Augusto Soares
10 China Biobanking Yong Zhang, Qiyuan Li, Xian Wang and Xiaolin Zhou
11 Establishing an Iso-Compliant Modern Cancer-Biobank in a Developing Country: A Model for International CooperationMaher A. Sughayer and Lina Souan
12 Nursing and Biobanking Jennifer Sanner, Erica Yu and Krystle Nomie
13 A Data-Centric Strategy for Modern Biobanking Philip R. Quinlan, Stephen Gardner, Martin Groves, Richard Emes and Jonathan Garibaldi
14 The Importance of Quality Patient Advocacy to Biobanks: A Lay Perspective from Independent Cancer Patients Voice (ICPV), Based in the United Kingdom Maggie Wilcox, Margaret Grayson, Mairead McKenzie, Hilary Stobart, Helen Bulbeck and Robert Flavel.