A list of biospecimens available for research through the ANZCHOG-BN is now available here.
A list of biospecimens available for research through the ANZCHOG-BN is now available here.Read More
2019 research publications resulting from the ANZCHOG Biobanking Network’s biospecimens
Gamble LD, et al. (2019) Sci Transl Med, 11 (477). Inhibition
of polyamine synthesis and uptake reduces tumor progression and prolongs survival
in mouse models of neuroblastoma [Children’s Cancer Institute Tumour Bank].Lynch JR, et al. (2019) Leukemia, in press. JMJD1C-mediated metabolic dysregulation
contributes to HOXA9-dependent leukemogenesis [Children’s Cancer Institute
Tumour Bank].Rampersaud E, et al. (2019) Blood Advances, in press. Germline deletion of ETV6 in familial
acute lymphoblastic leukemia [Children’s Cancer Institute Tumour Bank].
ANZCHOG-BN members Dr Rose Boutros (ANZCHOG-BN Project Coordinator) and Ms Helen Morrin (Curator of the Christchurch Tissue Bank) facilitated a roundtable discussion on biobank networking. Helen was invited to speak on engaging the indigenous community in New Zealand to develop a culturally responsive biobank. Rose presented a poster on the establishment of the ANZCHOG-BN. A/Prof Dan Catchpoole (Head of The Children’s Hospital at Westmead Tumour Bank) stepped into his new role as President-elect of ISBER by chairing various sessions and workshops.Read More
For the past 20 years the International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER) have provided a forum for the discussion, debate and dissemination of knowledge related to biobanking practice and activity around the world. Through ISBER the world now has a set of Best Practice Recommendation for biobanking which has sparked groups like the International Standards Organization (ISO) to commence developing ISO standard documents that govern and direct biobank development. ISBER is a truly international society having members from across the globe and is the world’s leading society for experts in all areas of biobanking.Read More
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