Storing biological materials for pharmaceutical R&D: Biorepositories see broader roles and larger sample volumes

High-quality biological samples have become essential tools for supporting research and development in the pharmaceutical industry. However, the increased volume of cells and microorganisms required to support these efforts has necessitated facilities dedicated to sample storage and maintenance. Biorepositories support this need by providing expertise surrounding the collection, processing, authentication, storage, and distribution of biological materials. In the following article, we delve into the importance of biorepositories in the pharmaceutical industry, focusing on their shifting roles, dedicated expertise, and secure information management systems. (*Required fields)

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