Advanced Tissue Services Offering Discounts on Bio-specimens Utilized in Academic Research
The Arizona-based company is a leading source of cells, human tissues and bio-specimens for research and development
Tucson, Arizona (PRWEB) August 15, 2013
Advanced Tissue Services is offering a discount to academic institutions in need of human tissue and bio-specimens. The company is asking interested universities to contact the company. The company will provide an Academic ID upon enrollment.
The human tissue company is charting a move to the University of Arizona’s Bio5 Institute located in Oro Valley. BIO 5 is home to the University of Arizona’s translational drug discovery and development center. Located just north of Tucson, Ariz., nestled in the foothills of the Santa Catalina mountains, Oro Valley has emerged as a bio-industry hub. Multiple drug companies have moved to several research parks in the area.
The human tissue company provides specimens in both normal and/or diseased states. Sample types include: cell lines, formalin fixed paraffin embedded (FFPE) tissue, frozen tissue and fresh tissue. The company only obtains bio-specimens from network sources who have provided documented assurances of their appropriate IRB/ethics committee, licensing, or like entity, approvals.
About Advanced Tissue Services (ATS) – Advanced Tissue Services (ATS) provides high quality and well-characterized human biological specimens for utilization in research and development in clinical, basic science, translational, biotechnology and pharmaceutical practices. The clients receive personalized attention from the ATS professionals to maximize the understanding of client research development goals.
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