Information for potential iPSC line depositors
Summary of deposition process
Depositing induced pluripotent cell lines with EBiSC is a 3 step process:
Initial Depositor Application
Provide initial information on the cell lines to be deposited, the background of the donor(s), the original bio-specimen(s) and the consent obtained.
EBiSC will approve applications to deposit at this stage.
Detailed Cell Line Data Capture
Provide detailed scientific information on the cell lines such as derivation method, characterisation and culture conditions.
This can be accelerated if you have already registered your cell lines at www.hpscreg.eu.
Complete the EBiSC Material Deposit Agreement (EMDA).
The depositor will benefit through:
- Making valuable research tools available to the wider scientific community in a standardised and sustainable way
- Rigorous quality control data will be generated on the lines and provided back to the depositor
- Avoiding future costs associated with maintenance and distribution of valuable cell lines
- Reducing the time spent negotiating legal agreement with third parties to share your cell lines. EBiSC uses standard agreements in its role as the first point of contact and distributor
- Satisfying the requirements of funding bodies and journals to share cell lines after publication
- Remaining the owner of the lines and referral point for potential future collaborators via EBiSC contacts
EBiSC has a dedicated Bio-Sample Acquisition team that will help to collate the information for deposition. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions about this process.
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