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Analysis of requirements on biobank and study workflows

Morris Swertz; Pieter Neerincx; Ondřej Vojtíšek; Petr Holub

Human biobanks, which are the core of BBMRI-ERIC medical research infrastructure, are
repositories of biological material and data associated with the research participants (donors or
patients willing to participate in the research). The associated data covers a broad range of data
types: from data collected directly from the research participants and medical processes related to
them, to data generated from the biological material. This document focuses on describing
biobank data processing workflows that were selected for piloting in EGI-Engage the biobanks by
the and (national nodes of BBMRI-ERIC) together with their associated
biobanks. The main focus is on proteomics and genomics workflows, which cover both extremes of
privacy-sensitive data processing spectrum: from relatively non-sensitive applications to very
sensitive ones.

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