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Capital Biosciences provides consented non-transplantable fresh organs and tissues for use in medical discovery and education to physicians, researchers and scientists in academic, pharmaceutical, governmental and biotech institutions. All recipients of donor tissues must complete a Biomaterial Transfer Agreement and receive approval from CBI's Application Review Committee

Research Biomaterials Policy

  • PURPOSE
    To provide non-transplantable, human biomaterials for medical research, education and development, and other uses demonstrating scientific merit.
  • AVAILABILITY
    All requests for biomaterials will be considered. Availability will be contingent on donor referrals and criteria.
  • PROCEDURE
    All applicants must complete and submit the Application/Biomaterials Transfer Agreement (BMTA), and Exhibits A-C.
  • BIOMATERIALS USE
    Biomaterials shall be used only for the purposes cited in the Application, and may not be transferred to a 3rd party without prior written authorization from CBI.
  • RESEARCH PRECAUTIONS
    CBI will provide documentation of serological test results, and other donor demographic information. Researcher is responsible for using appropriate precautions in handling human biomaterials.
  • RECORD KEEPING
    Applicant agrees to maintain and provide upon request by CBI a timely and complete accounting of biomaterials received. This information shall be used in part to ensure adequate tracking of biomaterials, and can be made available for inspection by any regulatory agency. Upon approval of CBI’s Application Review Committee, an executed copy of the BMTA will be returned to the applicant/researcher, and biomaterial placement will commence.
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
    All researchers must acknowledge CBI in any presentations or publications. A copy of any published material should be forwarded to CBI.

Organs - Recovered within 0-2 hours of disconnection from ventilator

Biopsies - Recovered within 0-2 hours of disconnection from ventilator

 

Anatomical - Cadaveric specimens recovered within 24-96 hours post-mortem (in addition to the organs listed on the left)

  • Adrenal Gland
  • Bladder with and without Urethra
  • Gall Bladder
  • Heart
  • Intestines: Whole, Large, Small, Segment
  • Kidney
  • Liver
  • Liver (HCV+)
  • Lung with and without Trachea and Bronchus
  • Pancreas
  • Prostate
  • Spleen
  • Stomach
  • Reproductive Tissues
  • Bladder
  • Heart
  • Intestine
  • Kidney
  • Liver
  • Lung
  • Pancreas
  • Rectum
  • Thymus
  • Thyroid
  • Cerebral Spinal Fluid
  • Spine
  • Gram Specimen Organ
  • Vascular tissues
  • Musculoskeletal tissues (Bone, Fascia, Tendon, Ligament and Muscle)
  • Skin: Full-thickness, Dermatone
  • Large Anatomical Specimens for Surgical Training
***In addition to the tissues above, CBI can accommodate customized requests. Please contact us about your specific research needs

To Order

  1. To begin the ordering process please fill out the Fresh Tissue Request Form and fax it to 240-363-0739 or email to info@capitalbiosciences.com
  2. We will conduct a quick feasibility study and will inform you within 24 hours whether your request can be accepted
  3. If your project is feasible you will be required to complete the APPLICATION AND AGREEMENT FOR HUMAN BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS FOR RESEARCH USE
  4. Upon approval of CBI’s Application Review Committee, an executed copy of the BMTA will be returned to you, and biomaterial placement will commence

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