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Stability study: Long-term storage of serum; three different -80 °C storage environments - project description

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The purpose of this study is to assess the effects on several components in serum during long-term storage in these three different -80 °C storage environments.


Summary

In the Biobank Department at Norwegian Institute of Public Health, plasma and serum is stored at -80 °C both in an automated storage and in chest freezers. Some of the chest freezers are opened on a regular basis while some are rarely opened. The purpose of this study is to assess the effects on several components in serum during long-term storage in these three different -80 °C storage environments.

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Project participants

Project leader

Ninia Margrethe Johnsen, Norwegian Institute of Public Health

Project participants

Camilla Lysa Fredlund, Avdeling for biobanker, Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Liv Paltiel, Avdeling for biobanker, Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Anne Kari Tveter, Avdeling for biobanker, Norwegian Institute of Public Health

Start

01.11.2017

End

31.12.2028

Status

Active

Approvals

Regional committees for medical and health research ethics

Project owner/ Project manager

Norwegian Institute of Public Health

Project manager

Ninia Margrethe Johnsen

Participant at FHI

Camilla Lysa Fredlund

Liv Paltiel