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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNA_bank

DNA banking is the secure, long term storage of an individual's genetic material. DNA is most commonly extracted from blood, but can also be obtained from ...

www.preventiongenetics.com/DNABanking/reasons.php

Why Should I Bank My DNA? There are many excellent reasons to bank your DNA including the following: You are looking for a simple and inexpensive step to ...

www.preventiongenetics.com/DNABanking/dnaBankingFAQs

DNA Banking Frequently Asked Questions ... Why should we bank our DNA? ... Is blood the only sample type that DNA can be extracted from for DNA Banking?

cropgenebank.sgrp.cgiar.org/index.php/procedures-mainmenu-242/conservation-mainmenu-198/dna-bank-mainmenu-202

The use of DNA banks. Molecular techniques are becoming increasingly important in the study and management of genetic resources. DNA has been routinely ...

www.preventiongenetics.com/DNABanking/BankingProcess/GetStarted

Here is an overview of the DNA Banking Process. This information can also be found in the DNA Banking Agreement on our DNA Banking Forms page.

apps.kew.org/dnabank/introduction.html

Introduction to the DNA Bank. The DNA and Tissue Collection. The DNA and Tissue Collection at Kew was started in 1992 and contains approximately 50,000  ...

www.nature.com/articles/5201114

The purpose of this paper is to formulate a professional and scientific view on the social, ethical, and legal issues that impact on data storage and DNA banking ...

www.ibdna.com/tests/dna-banking

International Biosciences offers DNA banking services. DNA banking enables you to store your DNA and/or your DNA profile securely under laboratory ...

www.securigene.com/dna-banking-preservation/understanding-dna-preservation

DNA preservation is the long term storage of genetic information for the purpose of future testing. Discover the latest in DNA preservation technology.