The Genetic Beta Cell Research Bank (GBCRB)
The Genetic Beta Cell Research Bank (GBCRB) is a tissue bank with over-arching ethics to carry out research into the mechanisms and genetic causes of diabetes and other beta cell disorders. It stores samples from diagnostic archives and residual samples from research activity where enduring consent has been given. The GBCRB ensures effective guardianship of these samples, with a Steering Committee that reviews all requests to use samples and associated data to ensure they are sensibly used to improve the diagnosis, care and treatment of genetic diabetes.
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Exeter Genomics Laboratory
RILD Level 3
Royal Devon University Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Last Updated: 06/12/2022
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