Texas Researchers to Use Bioserve Bank to Link Genes to Thoracic Aortic Disease | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The Specialized Clinical Center of Research in Houston will use Bioserve’s Global Repository to study genetic links to thoracic aortic disease, Bioserve said today.
Bioserve said it will provide the SCCOR with access to “certain unique sample sets” from the company’s repository, which includes 600,000 DNA, tissue, and serum samples along with clinical and demographic data.  

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