Effectively Storing and Sharing Biological Data for Clinical Research

Though biobanking—the practice of managing biological specimens and data for current or future medical research—has been around for many decades, the field has changed significantly since the completion of the Human Genome Project in the early 2000s. Advanced analytical techniques, high-tech tools, and mountains of data have made their way into modern biobanking, with the rapid changes both inspiring and perplexing clinical researchers looking for answers.

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