With access to both prospective and retrospective biofluid collection, our bank of heme-oncology biofluid specimens offers immediate shipment of standard collections or the ability to collect specimens using research-based custom protocols. Available formats include: Blood-derived (Whole Blood, Plasma, Sera, Bone Marrow) and Urine. Standard and custom clinical data collection and confirmation ensures proper corresponding staging, treatment and outcome data.
Lymphoma (including Non-Hodgkin and Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, B Cell Lymphoma, Burkitt’s Lymphoma, Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma, Follicular Lymphoma, Mantle Cell Lymphoma), Leukemias (including ALL, CML, CLL), Mulitple Myeloma and others
Standard Biorepository Collections
Our readily available Blood-derived samples are provided with clinical data that has been collected following a strict and standardized clinical data process. All specimens are reviewed for IRB approval. Some donors are available with associated tissues.
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Custom Collections: For more defined requirements, our personalized custom collection service offers biofluids tailored to researchers’ specific needs. Samples can be collected with various coagulants, tailored protocols, specific consent requirements and requisite accompanying clinical information upon request.
For a custom request, please visit our custom product section.
In order to aid researchers exploring the impact of the microbiome, BioIVT offers both clinical and IRB-approved donor site collections for the collection of microbiome related matrices, including stool, urine, earwax, hair, intestinal tissues as well as swabs from nostril, mouth, and skin. To request a microbiome collection quote, please select microbiome in the matrix menu selection under options and include specifics in open text box below.
For more information, please visit our microbiome page.
Features & Benefits
- Standard collection protocol across all prospective sites
- Ethical collection of human specimens
- Blinded IRB and Consent avialable for all specimens collected under IRB approval
- Clinical data review, including stage confirmation
- Ability to collect with required coagulation agent
- High volume collections available