Cambridge Blood and Stem Cell Biobank

Collection of samples and data across the following diseases: Fit and well, Hematologic neoplasm (disorder),Leukaemia, disease Cambridge Blood and Stem Cell Biobank collects and curates blood and blood-product derived samples from normal individuals and patients with blood and related malignancies, with particular emphasis on accessibility to purified tumour and stem cell populations from these samples. Set up in 2009, by 2016 the bank already contains over 12,000 samples, 70% from patients enrolled on research studies and clinical trials, and the remainder from cord blood donors. We specialise in bespoke fresh specimen collections for research into clonal blood cell disorders, autoimmune disorders and normal blood cell development.


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