CHTN - South Division (University of Alabama)
Birmingham, AL, US
Academic Core Facility
The Cooperative Human Tissue Network(CHTN) –Southern Division at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) is one of six member institutions funded by the National Cancer Institute to prospectively collect, process and distribute remnant human tissue specimens to IRB-approved biomedical researchers. The CHTN operates through a shared networking system which allows investigators greater access to available research specimens. CHTN offers a variety of preparation and preservation techniques to ensure investigators are receiving the quality specimens needed for research. Remnant human tissue specimens (including normal, benign, malignant, or diseased) from routine surgical resections and autopsies are procured to the specifications of the investigator. Frozen aliquots of fluid (serum, plasma, buffy coat, urine, saliva) as well as paraffin blocks and/or slides may also be made available.
|CHTN - South Division (University of Alabama) 1530 3rd Avenue South Birmingham, AL, 35233 United States|
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