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Sample processing/storage

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  1. Material processing service


  1. Resource Description
    Blood samples from biomarker participants are transported at room temperature to the Scherzer laboratory for processing within 4 hours of blood draw, centrifuged and aliquotted into plasma, packed red blood cells, buffy coat and serum and stored at -80°. Samples collected in PAXgene tubes are transferred at room temperature to the Scherzer laboratory and placed at -4° within 4 hours of the blood draw. RNA is processed within 3-5 days by the biospecimen manager using the PreAnalytix protocol. One tube is sent to the Gusella laboratory at for cell line transformation and storage.
  2. Contact
    Trisini-Lipsanopoulos, Ana
  3. Service Provided by
    Harvard NeuroDiscovery Center - Biomarker Study (HMS)
  4. Website(s)
  5. Related Technique
    Blood sampling
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