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Man’s best friend in life and death: scientific perspectives and challenges of dog brain banking

Authors: Sára Sándor; Kálmán Czeibert; Attila Salamon; Enikő Kubinyi;

Man’s best friend in life and death: scientific perspectives and challenges of dog brain banking

Abstract

AbstractBiobanking refers to the systematic collection, storage, and distribution of pre- or post-mortem biological samples derived from volunteer donors. The demand for high-quality human specimens is clearly demonstrated by the number of newly emerging biobanking facilities and large international collaborative networks. Several animal species are relevant today in medical research; therefore, similar initiatives in comparative physiology could be fruitful. Dogs, in particular, are gaining increasing attention in translational research on complex phenomena, like aging, cancer, and neurodegenerative diseases. Therefore, biobanks gathering and storing dog biological materials together with related data could play a vital role in translational and veterinary research projects. To achieve these aims, a canine biobank should meet the same standards in sample quality and data management as human biobanks and should rely on well-designed collaborative networks between different professionals and dog owners. While efforts to create dog biobanks could face similar financial and technical challenges as their human counterparts, they can widen the spectrum of successful collaborative initiatives towards a better picture of dogs’ physiology, disease, evolution, and translational potential. In this review, we provide an overview about the current state of dog biobanking and introduce the “Canine Brain and Tissue Bank” (CBTB)—a new, large-scale collaborative endeavor in the field.

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Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Data management Translational research business.industry Medical research Biobank Biological materials Sample quality Tissue bank Engineering ethics Business Dog owners

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Big data approach, Aging, Biomedical Research, Tissue Banks, Translational Research, Biomedical, Dogs, Dog, Animals, Biological Specimen Banks, Biobank, Brain, Translational research, Original Article, Geriatrics and Gerontology

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Cognitive Ageing in Dogs
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  • Project Code: 680040
  • Funding stream: H2020 | ERC | ERC-STG
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