10 May 2017

New worldwide repository for Biomaterial Transcriptiomics available

Researchers at the MERLN Institute for regenerative medicine launched a new worldwide research database for biomaterials, called the Compendium for Biomaterial Transcriptomics (cBiT). It is their goal to quickly expand cBiT with new biomaterial data, generated not only in MERLN but also in institutions all over the world. They invite researchers to contribute to cBiT by either depositing their own data, or providing biomaterials that have clinical potential which they will proceed to investigate and incorporate into cBiT.