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Denmark improves biobank infrastructure

More than 15 million biological samples will be made more readily available to Danish scientists with the launch of a national biobank on 21 March.

The biobank will contain information on samples from biobanks across the country, including tissue samples collected at hospitals, Statens Serum Institute, SSI, said in a statement. The biobank will be based at SSI, an agency under the Danish ministry of health, and give scientists online access.

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