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3rd Edition of International Conference on Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

August 21-23, 2023

August 21 -23, 2023 | London, UK



The term "biobanking" is sometimes misused to refer to any collection of human biological materials (biospecimens), regardless of ethical or regulatory restrictions or the uniformity of various tissue collecting procedures. Large collections of biospecimens connected to important personal and health information (health records, family history, lifestyle, genetic information) are stored primarily for use in health and medical research, according to a suitable definition of biobanks. Furthermore, the International Organization for Standardization emphasizes the concept of biobanks as legal entities driving the acquisition and storage process, as well as some or all of the activities related to collection, preparation, preservation, testing, analysis, and distribution of defined biological material, as well as related information and data (ISO 20387:2018). It's impossible to identify all of a biobank's distinguishing characteristics because they all have diverse histories and goals. Furthermore, biobanks are concerned with the public good rather than individual rewards for participants, and seek to give a public benefit for future generations through the translation and application of research findings. It's critical to recognize that biological samples are "pseudonymized" rather than completely "anonymized"; this is crucial for providing feedback to sample owners, retrieving valuable information, and reuniting them with their specimens

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