Molecular Investigation of Haematopoietic Malignancy Study
This study focuses on procuring diagnostic, relapse, remission and progression specimens from Haemato-Oncology patients. This allows researchers to be able to investigate the development and progression of these malignancies in addition to studies into the unique microenvironment. The tissue is stored and equipment maintained to strict guidelines to ensure quality of specimens; the vast majority as single cell suspensions. Also available are samples from the Haemato-Oncology tissue bank which was established in the early 1970s. It is a huge resource containing specimens such as peripheral blood, bone marrow, serum and lymph node biopsies from primarily leukaemia and lymphoma patients. All samples are linked to the clinical outcome of these patients.
- Ability to recontact
- Access to the full pathology archive
- Tissue micro array creation
- Nucleic acid extraction
- CRUK Barts Centre The CRUK Barts Centre tissue banks systematically collect primary and metastatic tissue samples from an array of cancer types to support current and future research. The CRUK Barts Centre currently hosts three national Tissue Banks and numerous local collections.
John Vane Science Centre
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