Genomics Collaborative Inc. of Cambridge, Mass., USA, calls the collection of frozen tissue, blood, and DNA from more than 100,000 patients its "Global Repository" and claims it's the largest of its type. It could become a crucial tool as researchers seek to develop new drugs for diseases like cancer and diabetes.
Full story in San Francisco Chronicle, August 27, 2001
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