ISBER Best Practices For Repositories

More information about the Best Practices:

The ISBER Best Practices are periodically reviewed and revised to reflect advances in research and technology. The fourth edition (2018) of the Best Practices builds on the foundation established in the first, second, and third editions which were published in 2005, 2008, and 2012 respectively.

Biorepository managers can take advantage of the ISBER Best Practices to ensure compliance to best practices established by the global repository community. The ISBER Best Practices do not constitute a mandatory standard; however they can support the development of SOPs in the context of the biorepository’s quality management system.

Biorepository managers can take advantage of the ISBER Best Practices to ensure compliance to best practices established by the global repository community. The ISBER Best Practices do not constitute a mandatory standard; however they can support the development of SOPs in the context of the biorepository’s quality management system.

Citation for the ISBER Best Practices, Fourth Edition:

Campbell LD, Astrin JJ, DeSouza Y, Giri, J, Patel AA, Rawley-Payne M, Rush A and Sieffert N. The 2018 Revision of the ISBER Best Practices: Summary of Changes and the Editorial Team's Development Process. Biopreservation and Biobanking 16(1): 3-6. https://doi.org/10.1089/bio.2018.0001