Economic Modeling and Valorization of Biobanks
Carole Haritchabalet and
Catherine Bobtcheff ()
Working Papers from CATT - UPPA - Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour
Biobanks are service-provider infrastructures that offer access to biological resources for academic and industrial researchers. These centers make samples available to researchers, allowing them to test hypotheses and develop innovations. This research helps to improve the diagnosis and therapeutic management of patients. Biological samples are the essential input for the success of this innovation. The management of these biological resources requires considerable scientific and technical expertise. Biobanks must comply with numerous legal and regulatory requirements, particularly concerning the collection and transport of samples and the management of personal data. This data represents all the information that relates to the sample and that allows its use in the best conditions. One of the difficulties for biobanks is to master the collection of this information. Sample production requires a great deal of coordination between various professions to produce a high-quality input.
Pages: 11 pages
Date: 2018-07, Revised 2018-07
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