Product News: Custom Biofluid & Tissue Procurement Service

AMSBIO is offering a customizable service enabling scientists to construct specific biofluids and tissue samples

09 Dec 2021


Global provider of human and animal biospecimens - AMSBIO offers a custom procurement service enabling researchers to source specific biofluid and tissue samples that are not already available in their extensive biorepository.

To support increasingly complex research, AMSBIO aims to provide a full range of blood-based products, including whole blood, serum, plasma, blood, and peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs). All samples are collected under IRB approval by certified phlebotomists and processed by standard operating procedures.

Drawing upon a well-established and extensive network, AMSBIO offers custom collections according to donor demographics, sample volume, and processing method. Covering many therapeutic areas including oncology, autoimmune, and neurodegenerative disease, samples can be delivered from patient cohorts that precisely match the unique requirements of different research studies.

AMSBIO also offers a custom collection service, allowing the acquisition of healthy, common, and rare diseased tissue samples according to your unique research requirements. These tissue samples can be tailored to specific donor demographic requests, tissue processing protocols, or matched sample set criteria. These tissues can be prepared in the format best suited to your research including FFPE, fresh frozen, or frozen OCT blocks. All tissue specimens are collected under ethical regulations and in accordance with all applicable local and international laws. Using state-of-the-art equipment - AMSBIO is able to identify mutation-specific SNPs, fusions, and rearrangements, and perform next-generation sequencing analyses on your tumor tissues of interest and identify over-expression.

Having decades of experience in processing biological material, AMSBIO is a partner you can trust us to source and handle your biofluid and tissue samples with the utmost care.

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