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  • Predi-COVID “Behind the scenes”: IBBL’s role in a COVID-19 [...]

    On April 24th, the Research Luxembourg Taskforce officially launched “Predi-COVID” (Luxembourg cohort of positive patients for COVID-19: […]

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  • CON-VINCE Study – Behind the scenes (PART I)

    CON-VINCE as a role model for translational research collaboration in Luxembourg: IBBL a as key integrator.On April […]

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  • Predicting the severity of COVID-19 infection – The “Predi-COVID” [...]

    The Research Luxembourg COVID-19 task force announces the start of “Predi-COVID1”, a study that aims to identify […]

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  • COVID-19: a priority for LIH and IBBL

    A dedicated webpage on the priority activities for the two institutes is now available on the LIH […]

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  • Testing asymptomatic individuals to assess COVID-19 spread in Luxembourg [...]

    The Research Luxembourg COVID-19 task force announces the launch of “CON-VINCE ”, a study that aims to […]

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  • COVID-19: Research Luxembourg is mobilising

    Provision of equipment and specialised personnel, support for hospital staff, scientific studies.Research Luxembourg, a joint initiative of […]

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  • Supporting translational medicine through capacity building: EATRIS-Plus kicks off

    IBBL joins the consortium of EATRIS-Plus, a new Horizon 2020 project aiming to facilitate access to the […]

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  • Artificial intelligence in oncology: European REVERT project kicks off

    IBBL is pleased to announce the launch of REVERT, a new Horizon 2020 project aiming to leverage […]

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  • 10 years of IBBL publications (4/4) – Evaluating and [...]

    IBBL recently celebrated 10 years of service to the national and international scientific community through the publication […]

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  • Colorectal cancer initiation and progression: the role of low [...]

    IBBL and the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH) supported the University of Luxembourg in unravelling the mechanisms […]

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  • 10 years of IBBL publications (3/4) – Quality Control [...]

    IBBL recently celebrated 10 years of service to the national and international scientific community through the publication […]

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  • Development of colorectal cancer detection kit

    Biologists from the University of Luxembourg, together with researchers from the Integrated Biobank of Luxembourg (IBBL) and […]

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  • Review of the year 2018 at the Luxembourg Institute [...]

    The Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH) and IBBL – Integrated BioBank of Luxembourg publish their 2018 activity […]

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  • Science Festival 2019: follow the samples of the biobank!

    Last weekend, IBBL (Integrated Biobank of Luxembourg) participated in the 2019 edition of the Science Festival. Through […]

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  • 10 years of IBBL publications (2/4) – Quality Control [...]

    IBBL recently celebrated 10 years of service to the national and international scientific community through the publication […]

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  • The Lycée M. Rodange visits IBBL

    On Tuesday October 15th, IBBL welcomed a group of pupils from the Lycée Michel Rodange high school […]

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  • 10 years of IBBL publications (1/4) – Documenting preanalytics [...]

    IBBL recently celebrated 10 years of service to the national and international scientific community through the publication […]

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  • IBBL’s 100th scientific publication – A focus on the [...]

    DNA extracted from Formalin-Fixed Paraffin-Embedded (FFPE) tissue blocks is increasingly being used for applications such as Next […]

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  • Making clinical samples fit for research (3/3) – Selecting [...]

    Clinical biospecimens are the most commonly used sample-type for research purposes, but are often of poor quality […]

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  • Making clinical samples fit for research (2/3) – Sample [...]

    Clinical biospecimens are the most commonly used sample-type for research purposes, but are often of poor quality […]

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  • Making clinical samples fit for research (1/3) – Optimising [...]

    Clinical biospecimens are the most accurate sample-type for research purposes, but are often of poor quality given […]

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  • Luxembourg research projects available on the IBBL public website

    IBBL (Integrated Biobank of Luxembourg) cooperates with and supports all major national research and healthcare actors to […]

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  • Supporting biomarker validation nationally and internationally

    IBBL accompanies researchers along the path towards biomarker validation, both nationally and internationally. Nationally, the biobank recently […]

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  • Contributing to biospecimen science internationally

    IBBL carries out biospecimen research for the benefit of the international biomedical science community, providing researchers with […]

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