Genome Damage and Stability Centre-Research Tissue Bank
The Genome Damage and Stability Centre’s (GDSC) Cell bank was established in 1975. It houses material (skin biopsies, fibroblast and lymphoblastoid cell lines) collected from individuals, with various genomic instability disorders, with the aim of understanding more about the molecular basis underlying these disorders and providing data which aids the diagnosis and treatment of affected patients.
- Cell culture
- Deoxyribonucleic acid repair (finding)
Genome Damage and Stability Centre
University of Sussex
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