A systematic collection of biological samples and related data that is kept for use in future research is referred to as Biobanking Equipment. Human biospecimens like blood, tissue, and urine are routinely handled by biobanks. They were founded as independent groups, pharmaceutical or biotechnology corporations, or university medical or research institutions. A range of samples, including blood, enzymes, organ tissue, urine, DNA, RNA, and cell lines, can be found in biobanks, which can also be disease- or population-based. Additionally, the biobanks aid in the development of precision medicine by assisting in the discovery of a number of novel medicines that are specifically adapted to a patient's unique genetic makeup or tumor's unique genetic profile. In the treatment of Alzheimer's disease, arthritis, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, and psychiatric disorders, precision medicine is beneficial.
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