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Implementing digital pathology for biobanking

The flexibility of digital pathology hardware and software solutions allows institutions, such as the Brussels Free University, to create bespoke solutions to meet individual biobanking needs.

Biobanks play a central role in translational biomedical research. Large collections of high-quality samples can help researchers identify clinically useful markers of disease and develop novel drugs. In order to fulfil this role, however, it is essential that the samples are well-documented with upto- date epidemiological, clinical and molecular data. The vast numbers of patients and controls contained in these biobanks needs to be easy to browse and search, too.

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