Staff member of the Central Biobank Charité, Berlin (ZeBanC) uses a robot to isolate DNA from blood samples of the National Register., Wolfram Scheible für Nationales Register © Wolfram Scheible für Nationales Register

Doing Research with Us

The National Register Biobank

Causal Research with a Comprehensive Basis

Molecular biologic basic research requires access to a sufficient number of samples in order to yield significant results in the field of congenital heart disease and heart disease diagnosed during childhood and adolescence.

Being supported by numerous sample donors, the National Register Biobank facilitates exactly this. This is where samples are consistently collected and recorded in accordance with the highest scientific standards.

  • Good to Know

    The National Register Biobank in the German Biobank Directory

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    Logo of the German Biobank Node (GBN)

    The biorepository of the National Register for Congenital Heart Defects is registered in the BBMRI-ERIC-Directory and the German Biobank Directory, which is the world’s biggest index of biorepositories. The German Biobank Directory offers a publicly accessable overview of the biorepositories present in Germany that have medical relevance.


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