Biobanking, 1st ed. 2019
Methods and Protocols

Methods in Molecular Biology Series, Vol. 1897

Coordinator: Yong William H.

Language: Anglais
Cover of the book Biobanking

Subjects for Biobanking

Keywords

biospecimens;flora and fauna biobanking;autopsy biobanking;fluid preserved specimens;arthropods;immunofluorescence

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This volume not only discusses various common biobanking topics, it also delves into less-discussed subjects such as what is needed to start a biobank, training of new biobanking personnel, and ethnic representation in biospecimen research. Other chapters in this book span practical topics including: disaster prevention and recovery; information technology; flora and fauna preservation including zoological fluid specimen photography; surgical and autopsy biobanking; biobanking of bodily fluids; biosafety; cutting frozen sections; immunohistochemistry; nucleic acid extraction; and biospecimen shipping. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls.

Unique and comprehensive, Biobanking: Methods and Protocols is a valuable resource for novice and practicing biobankers, and for end-user researchers. This book aims to bring new insight into the field and expand on current biomedical biobanking studies.

Dedication…
Preface…
Table of Contents…
Contributing Authors… 

1. Sustainability in Biobanking  
Maram Abdaljaleel, Elyse J. Singer, and William H. Yong 
 
2. An Introduction to Starting a Biobank 
Mitra D. Harati, Ryan R. Williams, Masoud Movassaghi, Amin Hojat, Greg Lucey, William H. Yong 
 
3. An Introduction to Hardware, Software, and Other Information Technology Needs of Biomedical Biobanks  
Kyuseok Im, Dorina Gui, and William H. Yong

4. Disaster Prevention and Recovery 
Chon Boon Eng and Weiling Tan

5. Minority Participation in Biobanks: An Essential Key to Progress
Paula Kim and Erin L. Milliken

6. Orientation and Training of New Biobank Personnel  
Ryan R. Williams, Diviya Gupta, and William H. Yong

7. Procurement and Storage of Surgical Biospecimens 
Amin Hojat, Bowen Wei, Madeline G. Olson, Qinwen Mao, and William H. Yong
  
8. Autopsy Biobanking: Biospecimen Procurement, Integrity, Storage, and Utilization  
Randy S. Tashjian, Ryan R. Williams, Harry V. Vinters, and William H. Yong

9. Procurement, Storage, and Use of Blood in Biobanks 
Jaclyn N. Perry, Afreen Jasim, Amin Hojat, and William H. Yong

10. Procurement, Transportation, and Storage of Saliva, Buccal Swab, and Oral Wash Specimens 
Jennifer Woo and David Y. Lu

11. Biobanking of Cerebrospinal Fluid 
Randy S. Tashjian, Harry V. Vinters, and William H. Yong

12. Biobanking of Urine Samples
Neda A. Moatamed

13. Procurement and Storage of Pleural and Peritoneal Fluids for Biobanking 
Alberto M. Marchevsky, Shikha Bose, and Beatrice Knudsen

14. The Fluid Preservation of Zoological Specimens
Thomas P.V. Hartman

15. Photographing Fluid Preserved Specimens 
David Glynne Fox and Thomas P.V. Hartman

16. Casts of Fluid Preserved Specimens
Sarah Burhouse and Thomas P.V. Hartman

17. Collection and Preservation of Terrestrial Arthropods 
Jeffrey D. Whitman, Douglas Yanega, Cole B.G. Watson, and Vincent W. Strode

18. Procurement and Preservation of Plants 
Allison D. Rudalevige and Jeffrey D. Whitman

19. Biosafety and Biohazards: Understanding Biosafety Levels and Meeting Safety Requirements of a Biobank 
Lisa Ta, Laura Gosa, and David A. Nathanson
 
20. Decontamination of Biobank Facilities 
Xinhai Zhang, Saied Mirshahidi, and Chien-Shing Chen

21. Laboratory Safety: Chemical and Physical Hazards 
Saeed Asiry and Lee-Cyn Ang

22. Making Formalin-Fixed Paraffin Embedded Blocks 
Alireza Sadeghipour and Pegah Babaheidarian
  
23. Microtomy: Cutting Formalin-Fixed Paraffin Embedded Sections 
Joanne Sy and Lee Cyn Ang

24. Performing and Cutting Frozen Sections
Ramir S. Arcega, Jennifer S. Woo, and Haodong Xu

25. An Introduction to the Performance of Immunohistochemistry
Shino Magaki, Seyed A. Hojat, Bowen Wei, Alexandra So, and William H. Yong
 
26. An Introduction to Performing Immunofluorescence Staining
Kyuseok Im, Sergey Mareninov, M. Fernando Palma Diaz, and William H. Yong
27. Making a Tissue Microarray
Matthew Koo, Jill M. Squires, Daphne Ying, and Jiaoti Huang

28. Nucleic Acid Isolation and Quality Control
Ling Dong, Janice Yoshizawa, and Xinmin Li

29. Fundamentals of RNA Analysis on Biobanked Specimens
Samuel P. Strom
  
30. Nucleic Acid Extraction from Human Biological Samples
Sureni V. Mullegama, Michael O. Alberti, Cora Au, Yan Li, Traci Toy, Vanina Tomasian, and Rena R. Xian

31. An Overview of DNA Analytical Methods
Valerie A. Arboleda and Rena R. Xian

32. Shotgun Proteomic Profiling of Blood Borne Nanoscale Extracellular Vesicles (NsEVs)
Pete Heinzelman, David N. Powers, James A. Wohlschlegel, and Varghese John

33. Sample Preparation for Transmission Electron Microscopy
Parastou Tizro, Cecilia Choi, and Negar Khanlou

34. Processing of Primary Patient Tumors and Subsequent Generation of Primary Cell Lines   
Laura Gosa, Lisa Ta, and David A. Nathanson 
 
35. Domestic and International Shipping of Biospecimens
Dominique Gordy, Randy S. Tashjian, Hannah Lee, Masoud Movassaghi, and William H. Yong  

Includes cutting-edge methods and protocols
Provides step-by-step detail essential for reproducible results
Contains key notes and implementation advice from the experts