History

​The BIOPAC biobank is located at Copenhagen University Hospital in Herlev and it is the first comprehensive pancreatic cancer biobank in Denmark.

​The BIOPAC Biobank was established in July 2008 through nationwide collaboration between oncology, clinical biochemistry and pathology departments in Denmark.

A biobank is a facility to collect, preserve, store and supply biological samples and associated data, it follows standardized operating procedures, and provides material for scientific and clinical use. The biobank field has changed tremendously over the past thirty years; now there are thousands of biobanks around the world providing bio-specimen resources for researchers in the academic and private sectors.



  



  



  

  

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