Name of bioresource/bank

NeuroBioTec Biobank – Hospices Civils de Lyon

Name of Principal Investigator
Title Professor
First name CONFAVREUX
Last name CHRISTIAN
Address of institution where award is held
Institution Hopital Neurologique, Hospices Civils de Lyon
Street Address 59, Boulevard Pinel
City Lyon
Postcode 69677
Country
  • France
  • Website

    www.neurobiotec.net

    Contact email (e.g. manager or coordinator)

    nathalie.dufay@chu-lyon.fr

    Funding source

    Hospices Civils de Lyon

    Q1 What conditions does your resource cover?
  • Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Neurodegenerative disease in general
  • Q2a What DNA collection does your resources hold?
  • 101-1000 donors
  • Q2b What cell lines does your resource hold?
  • None
  • Q2c What tissue (including post-mortem tissue) does your resource hold?
  • 101-1000 donors
  • Q3 Are human tissues/samples/DNA from
  • Living donors:blood
  • Living donors: blood derivatives
  • Living donors: DNA
  • Living donors: peripheral nerve biopsy
  • Living donors: skeletal muscle biopsy
  • Living donors: cerebro-spinal fluid
  • Q4 Are tissues/samples/DNA from
  • Healthy individuals/control donors
  • Patients
  • Q5 Can samples be linked to clinical (phenotypic) information and if so, is this information:
  • Routinely collected as medical records
  • In a specific study-associated dataset
  • Q6 In what form are samples supplied?
  • Primary Samples: Stabilised samples (frozen or fixed)
  • Secondary samples: plasma
  • Secondary samples: DNA
  • Q7 Are biomarkers/analytes/biological characteristics already measured and the information available for your samples?
  • In a few samples
  • Q8 What is the status of your tissue/sample/DNA collection?
  • Collection completed and available for use
  • Q9 What are the rules and procedures for access?
  • Access independent of collaboration with PI
  • Access Committee mechanism
  • International access
  • Access to industry
  • Resource has own ethics approval so usually no need for separate external ethics approval
    Types: Biobanks
    Member States: N/A
    Diseases: N/A
    Years: 2011
    Database Categories: N/A
    Database Tags: N/A

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