NETS - Biorepositories
What are biorepositories and why are they important in drug development?
Biorepositories are places for storing biological samples (also called biospecimens) such as blood samples, tumor samples, or other tissue. The type of biological samples stored in biorepositories will vary depending upon the type of disease and nature of research.
Testimonials: How we did it
- NCI: Specimen Resource Locator
- NCI DTP: Tumor Repository
- NIH ORDR: Rare Diseases Human Biospecimens/Biorepositories Database
- NHLBI: Biologic Specimen and Data Repository Information Coordinating Center
- NIDDK: Central Repository (Data, Biosamples, and Genetics Repositories)
- SpecimenCentral: Global Directory of Biobanks and Biospecimen