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  • Danish Cancer Society samples to be stored in DNB
    DNA samples from the participants in the Diet Cancer and Health cohort will be transferred to the Danish National Biobank Henceforth researchers will be able to retrieve these samples through the DNB s automated freezer and the aliquotting robots in the biobank laboratory New samples from the next generation Another large scale cooperation between the DNB and the Danish Cancer Society will be the sample collection from the next generations

    Original URL path: http://www.biobankdenmark.dk/News/Danish%20Cancer%20Society.aspx?share=1 (2016-04-28)
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  • DNA from Danish National Birth Cohort samples
    the Danish National Birth Cohort DNBC and they expect to reach their goal before the Christmas holidays Once the DNA is extracted the remaining material will be transferred to new tubes which will be stored in a new 80 C automatic freezer which can hold more than 4 M samples The new freezer will be established during the winter and will be ready in April 2014 Link Read more about

    Original URL path: http://www.biobankdenmark.dk/News/DNA%20from%20all%20Danish%20National%20Birth%20Cohort%20samples.aspx?p=1 (2016-04-28)
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  • DNA from Danish National Birth Cohort samples
    2013 Starting last year the biobank staff have been working hard to have extract DNA from all the samples in the Danish National Birth Cohort DNBC and they expect to reach their goal before the Christmas holidays Once the DNA is extracted the remaining material will be transferred to new tubes which will be stored in a new 80 C automatic freezer which can hold more than 4 M samples

    Original URL path: http://www.biobankdenmark.dk/News/DNA%20from%20all%20Danish%20National%20Birth%20Cohort%20samples.aspx?share=1 (2016-04-28)
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  • Grand opening of the Danish National Biobank
    in Denmark At the same time the initiative is unique on an international scale The Danish National Biobank consists of a biobank building of more than 3 000 m2 for storing and retrieval of biological samples Equipped with the most advanced robot technology on the market the Danish National Biobank will be making more than 15 million biosamples available to Danish research within the coming years Moreover the Biobank consists of a national biobank register containing information on samples available in large Danish biobanks including tissue samples from Danish hospitals Scientists will be able to gain online access to this register The cost of establishing the Danish National Biobank amounts to a total of DKK 179 million financed largely by funds from the Novo Nordisk Foundation Other important contributions have come from the Danish Government Programme for Research Infrastructure and from the Lundbeck Foundation Denmark is leading in the field of register based research Denmark s unique national registers make it possible to study its population from cradle to grave Linking registers is made particularly easy with the introduction of the CPR number in 1968 and data from millions of individuals can now be included in studies without drop outs

    Original URL path: http://www.biobankdenmark.dk/News/Grand%20opening%20of%20the%20Danish%20National%20Biobank.aspx?p=1 (2016-04-28)
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  • Grand opening of the Danish National Biobank
    press pdf The opening of the Danish National Biobank marks an exceptional collaboration between the public and the private sector in Denmark At the same time the initiative is unique on an international scale The Danish National Biobank consists of a biobank building of more than 3 000 m2 for storing and retrieval of biological samples Equipped with the most advanced robot technology on the market the Danish National Biobank will be making more than 15 million biosamples available to Danish research within the coming years Moreover the Biobank consists of a national biobank register containing information on samples available in large Danish biobanks including tissue samples from Danish hospitals Scientists will be able to gain online access to this register The cost of establishing the Danish National Biobank amounts to a total of DKK 179 million financed largely by funds from the Novo Nordisk Foundation Other important contributions have come from the Danish Government Programme for Research Infrastructure and from the Lundbeck Foundation Denmark is leading in the field of register based research Denmark s unique national registers make it possible to study its population from cradle to grave Linking registers is made particularly easy with the introduction of

    Original URL path: http://www.biobankdenmark.dk/News/Grand%20opening%20of%20the%20Danish%20National%20Biobank.aspx?share=1 (2016-04-28)
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  • The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan visits Statens Serum Institut
    more about the large potentials it represents including the important research opportunities made possible via linkage between register data and biological specimens The Minister and his entourage first received a short introduction by Professor Mads Melbye Director of the Division of National Health Surveillance and Research and the Danish National Biobank The Japanese delegation was then taken on a guided tour of the Danish National Biobank during which they inspected among other facilities the Biobank s impressive automated freezer storage systems capable of storing 13 mio samples The tour also included a presentation of the National Biobank Register that provides information on the nature of the different samples stored in the National Biobank as well as other large biobanks in Denmark The delegation included among others the wife of the Minister the Danish Ambassador in Japan A Carsten Damsgaard and the Japanese Ambassador in Denmark Seishi Suei as well as representatives of the Japanese press The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan is welcomed by Professor Mads Melbye at his visit to SSI and the Danish National Biobank on April 30 2014 The Minister was very interested in the Danish model for handling health data and in the Biobank and

    Original URL path: http://www.biobankdenmark.dk/News/The%20Minister%20for%20Foreign%20Affairs%20of%20Japan.aspx?p=1 (2016-04-28)
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  • The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan visits Statens Serum Institut
    for Foreign Affairs of Japan Mr Fumio Kishida had expressed the wish to inspect the recently built Danish National Biobank at SSI and learn more about the large potentials it represents including the important research opportunities made possible via linkage between register data and biological specimens The Minister and his entourage first received a short introduction by Professor Mads Melbye Director of the Division of National Health Surveillance and Research and the Danish National Biobank The Japanese delegation was then taken on a guided tour of the Danish National Biobank during which they inspected among other facilities the Biobank s impressive automated freezer storage systems capable of storing 13 mio samples The tour also included a presentation of the National Biobank Register that provides information on the nature of the different samples stored in the National Biobank as well as other large biobanks in Denmark The delegation included among others the wife of the Minister the Danish Ambassador in Japan A Carsten Damsgaard and the Japanese Ambassador in Denmark Seishi Suei as well as representatives of the Japanese press The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan is welcomed by Professor Mads Melbye at his visit to SSI and the Danish

    Original URL path: http://www.biobankdenmark.dk/News/The%20Minister%20for%20Foreign%20Affairs%20of%20Japan.aspx?share=1 (2016-04-28)
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  • Visitors second half-year 2014
    Korea The Lithuanian University of Health Sciences Stockholm Medical Biobank Region Zealand Oak Foundation Merck Nordic Biobank Network Umeå Hospital Biobank Japan Environment and Children s Study Helse Bergen Haukeland University Hospital Maria Sklodowska Curie Memorial Cancer Centre and Institute of Oncology Danish Regions deCODE Genetics Iceland Illumina og Affymetrix We make great efforts to spread the knowledge of the DNB and are happy to help others with the process

    Original URL path: http://www.biobankdenmark.dk/News/Visitors%20second%20half-year%202014.aspx?p=1 (2016-04-28)
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