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?

dnacenter.com/blog/dna-banking-genetic-storage-security-future

Aug 12, 2014 ... Storing DNA samples away for future use (aka DNA banking) is becoming more popular for people in paternity cases or criminal justice cases.

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

www.fiserv.com/industries/bank-platforms/dna-bank-platform.aspx

DNA from Fiserv delivers what your bank needs in a modern, flexible platform with a unique open architecture and person-centered data model.

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.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1682841

Billings PR, Kohn MA, de Cuevas M, Beckwith J, Alper JS, Natowicz MR. Discrimination as a consequence of genetic testing. Am J Hum Genet. 1992 Mar  ...

www.idigbio.org/genetic-resources

iDigBio is actively compiling a list of DNA banking facilities and genetic resources repositories in the United States that maintain collections of nucleic acid ...