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About Biobanking

Biobanks are collections of biological samples and their associated data, organised in a structured, readily analysable format. Academic biobanks for medical research typically contain tissue samples, blood and other body fluids, as well as cells and DNA samples of human origin. As research data from these samples can be linked with data from medical records, environmental exposure, lifestyle information and other medically relevant information, biobanks are considered invaluable resources for medical research. Interoperability of biobanks is essential to faciliate international collaboration. In many cases industrial and academic scientists need to be able to pool and exchange relevant information held in other similar repositories. This is needed to reach the required statistical power or to compare research data generated from different populations.

 

Biobanks and their infrastructures hold key resources to:

>> Understand gene-environmental/lifestyle interaction

>> Unravel the molecular basis of disease subtypes and enable personalised medicine

>> Develop biomarkers

>> Identify new targets for therapy

>> Boost development in drug discovery

About the DNA Bank and Genotyping Services at the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology

Since 2003, the AIT’s internationally renowned DNA bank provides storage of and access to biological material (gDNA, cDNA, ESTs, BACs). Currently, the DNA bank houses more than half a million DNA samples of plant and animal origin, which are stored under high-tech conditions at minus 20°C in accordance with strict quality control standards. Together with the storage and retrieval system, the tailor-made laboratory management system MAPSTM in combination with the available liquid handling platforms allow barcode-based sample tracking and automated sample processing.

 

Within our lab facilities we provide several services such as 1) high throughput DNA extraction using liquid handling systems, 2) long-term storage and management of biological material (DNA bank), 3) development and application of DNA extraction protocols for diverse tissues and organisms, and 4) the development and application of genetic marker systems for various genotyping purposes, such as population genetics, species identification, DNA barcoding, paternity testing or for the authentication of origin by means of conventional Sanger as well as next generation sequencing (NGS). Online access to decoded genetic material of diverse origin including the corresponding scientific documentation is available via eLAB (www.evoltree.eu). Read more...

       
  

DNA bank is member of the following networks:

GGBN (Global Genome Biodiversity Network; www.ggbn.org)

Evoltree Network of Excellence (www.evoltree.eu)

GBIF (Global Biodiversity Information Facility; http://www.gbif.org/)

 

About Biobank Graz at Medical University of Graz

The mission of Biobank Graz, a central service facility of Medical University of Graz, is to support research on the cause of diseases and the development of improvements in disease diagnosis and treatment. Our goal is to contribute to an improved and sustained healthcare for the general population.

The Biobank Graz currently contains more than 6 million tissue samples representing a non-selected patient group characteristic of Central Europe. The scientific value of the existing tissue collection is, thus, not only determined by its size and technical homogeneity (all samples have been processed in a single institute under constant conditions for more than 20 years), but also by its population-based character. Additionally the stored cryo tissue and liquid samples in freezers accounts for approximately 1.5 million samples. >> read more

 

 

 

 

 

Biobank Graz is memberof the following networks:

BBMRI.at (Biobanking and BioMolecular resources Research Infrastructure Austria)

BBMRI-ERIC (Biobanking and BioMolecular resources Research Infrastructure - European Research Infrastructure Consortium)

MERIL (Mapping of the European Research Infrastructure Landscape)

ESBB (European, Middle Eastern & African Society for Biopreservation & Biobanking)

ISBER (International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories)

 

 

About the VetBioBank at the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna

The aim of the VetBioBank is to achieve a comprehensive collection of high quality animal tumor samples to enable oncology research projects by providing sufficient sample numbers. Additionally, various healthy tissues of different species are collected, which are of fundamental importance as control tissues.

The VetBioBank archive currently stores about 1700 original clinical samples and more than 23000 aliquotes originated from these samples. Tissue samples are routinely processed and stored in different ways (FFPE, OCT, flash frozen, flash frozen in RNAlater) to provide optimal sample material for a wide range of downstream analyses.
Sample accompanying data are patient identification (species, breeds, gender, age), clinical and medical reports (treatment, medication, diagnosis, histo-pathological report). Data archived in the VetBioBank, such as sample history, macroscopic and microscopic images (virtual slide), are managed in a database.



  
The VetBioBank is a member of the following networks:

BBMRI.at (Biobanking and BioMolecular Resources Research Infrastructure Austria)

BBMRI-ERIC (Biobanking and BioMolecular Resources Research Infrastructure - European Research Infrastructure Consortium) 

ESBB (European, Middle Eastern & African Society for Biopreservation & Biobanking)

 

Homepage: VetBioBank
Contact: Dr. Ingrid Walter

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