News

  • Mar 2015

    Coriell Institute Awarded $14M Grant from National Institute of General Medical Sciences

    Coriell Institute for Medical Research, home to the world's most diverse biobank and a leading center for cutting-edge scientific exploration, has won a $14 million grant through an open competition from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, a component of the National Institutes of Health.

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  • Jan 2015

    Coriell Institute Makes Important Progress with Stem Cell Program

    Already the world's leading source for human induced pluripotent stem cell lines, Coriell has reached a significant benchmark with its program.

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  • Nov 2014

    Coriell Institute Recognized in Wall Street Journal Article

    A reporter with the Wall Street Journal investigating the relationship between the Ebola virus disease and a rare genetic disorder referenced Coriell's world-renowned biobank.

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  • Nov 2014

    Coriell Biobank Samples Enable Promising Ebola Research

    Scientists from elite institutions all around the country are using biospecimens from the world-renowned Coriell Institute Biobank to conduct meaningful Ebola virus disease research.

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  • Jul 2014

    Personal Genome Project (PGP) Collection

    The Personal Genome Project (PGP) is a long-term, large cohort study that aims to sequence and publicize the complete genomes and medical records of thousands of participants in order to enable personal genomics and personalized medicine research.

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  • Jul 2014

    Samples with Microarray Genotyping Data

    The NIGMS Human Genetic Cell Repository has genotyped more than 1000 Repository cell lines with the Affymetrix Genome-Wide Human SNP Array 6.0 platform.

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  • Jul 2014

    Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells

    To facilitate research on differentiated cell types and other biomedical investigations, the NIGMS Repository offers human induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) lines derived from apparently healthy individuals or from

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  • Jul 2014

    Integrated Disease Registry and Repository Available through Coriell Institute, NIGMS, and PatientCrossroads

    Patient advocacy organizations and research investigators can now take advantage of a new integrated registry and repository resource to further advance rare disease research. Blood or tissue samples donated to the NIGMS Human Genetic Cell Repository at the Coriell Institute for Medical Research can be linked to de‐identified clinical data in patient registries built by PatientCrossroads. The samples and corresponding clinical information are then made available to the international scientific community for use in basic research, gene discovery and the development of potential treatments.

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  • Jun 2014

    Mouse ES Cells Now Available

    The Mouse Embryonic Stem Cell Collection, consisting of 139 cell lines, has been created by a researcher in the NIA Intramural Research Program, Dr. Minoru S.H. Ko, as part of a project to induce transcription factors and study their effects on core transcriptional regulatory networks.

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