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Breast tissue

eagle-i ID

http://meharry.eagle-i.net/i/00000136-ef2d-fc31-e4ae-260d80000000

Resource Type

  1. Biological Specimen

Properties

  1. Related Disease
    breast cancer
  2. Related Disease
    breast ductal carcinoma
  3. Related Disease
    carcinoma
  4. Related Disease
    breast disease
  5. Resource Description
    This facility holds breast tissue from patients representing various ethnic backgrounds, age range, and stages. Services can be tailored to PI's request.
  6. Additional Name
    Malignant Breast Tissue
  7. Additional Name
    Non Malignant Breast Tissue
  8. Additional Name
    Normal Breast Tissue
  9. Additional Name
    Tumor Breast Tissue
  10. Contact
    Ballard, Billy R., MD, DDS
  11. Contact
    Williams, Kieosha
  12. Contact
    Ghose, Purnima, Ph.D.
  13. Inventory Number
    N/A
  14. Website(s)
    http://www.mmc.edu/research/core/tissue/tissue_resources_services.html
  15. Related Technique
    Formalin fixation
  16. Related Technique
    Snap freeze
  17. Related Technique
    Formalin fixation
  18. Related Technique
    Snap freeze
  19. Matching biological specimen
    Breast tissue
  20. Organism age at collection
    18<
  21. Diagnosis Description
    Cancer
  22. Diagnosis Description
    Normal
  23. Source Anatomical Structure
    Breast
  24. Source Organism Type
    Homo sapiens
  25. Pathological stage
    Normal
  26. Pathological stage
    Stage 1-4
  27. Location
    Human Tissue Acquistion and Pathology Core
 
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Provenance Metadata About This Resource Record
  1. workflow state
    Published
  2. contributor
    sgarner
  3. created
    2012-04-26T10:14:00.379-05:00
  4. creator
    KWilliams
  5. modified
    2013-09-24T17:03:07.643-05:00

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