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Biobank

Description

Biobanks are large collections of human biological materials linked to relevant personal and health information, which may include health records, family history, lifestyle and genetic information that are held predominantly for use in health and medical research. (Description adapted from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8275637)

Research projects (6)
Research types (6)
Research networks (1)
Working groups (7)
People (12)
Publications (2)
Event items (2)

Research projects

Biosamples, GPCR-Autoantibodies, Data Management and Bioinformatics
Project status:
Ongoing
Country:
Germany
Principal investigator:
Uta Behrends
Organisations:
University Hospital rechts der Isar (MRI TUM), Technical University of Munich (TUM)
Research period:
2022-08-01
to 2025-07-31
Research types:
Basic research
Research areas:
Immunological dysfunction, General
EBV, SARS-CoV-2, HSV Mimicry Epitopes and Autoantibodies
Project status:
Ongoing
Country:
Germany
Principal investigator:
Franziska Sotzny
Organisations:
Charité – University Medicine Berlin
Research period:
2022-08-01
to 2025-07-31
Research types:
Basic research
Research areas:
Infections, Immunological dysfunction, General
ME/CFS Biobank Austria
Project status:
Ongoing
Country:
Austria
Principal investigator:
Eva Untersmayer
Organisations:
Medical University of Vienna
Research period:
2023-09-01
to not available
Research types:
Basic research
Research areas:
General
ME/CFS Registry and Biobank (MECFS-R & MECFS-Bio)
Project status:
Ongoing
Country:
Germany
Principal investigator:
Uta Behrends
Organisations:
University Hospital rechts der Isar (MRI TUM), Technical University of Munich (TUM)
Research period:
2022-01-01
to 2024-12-31
Research types:
Epidemiological research
Research areas:
General
Munich Cohort Study With Biobank for Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults With Post-infection ME/CFS (MUC-CFS)
Project status:
Ongoing
Country:
Germany
Principal investigator:
Uta Behrends
Organisations:
University Hospital rechts der Isar (MRI TUM), Technical University of Munich (TUM)
Research period:
2019-01-22
to 2029-01-01
Research types:
Epidemiological research
Research areas:
General
The Role of Hidden Viral Infections in Peripheral Blood and Gut-Specific Lymphatic Tissue in the Pathogenesis of ME/CFS (UNRAVELING ME/CFS)
Project status:
Ongoing
Country:
USA, Austria
Principal investigator:
Alexander Zoufaly
Organisations:
Clinic Favoriten Vienna
Research period:
Not available
Research types:
Epidemiological research
Research areas:
Hemic and lymphatic system disorders, Infections, General