Research Sample bioBank
Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE) Clinical Research Samples
Discovery Life Sciences provides the highest quality Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE) Clinical Research Samples and Residual Diagnostic Specimens from the Life Science Industry’s only convenient online, open access Biobank.
- All Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE) Sample Orders are Packaged for Delivery within 24 Hours.
- All Specimens Ethically Obtained, De-Identified and provided with Highly Annotated Demographic and Clinical Data.
- Select from an HHS/OHRP Compliant Biorepository following ISBER/BBRB Guidelines.
- Packaged in Compliance with all UN Regulations (6.2) and U.S. DOT Hazmat regulations.
|Product ID||Sample||Origin||Matrix||Vial (ml)||Quantity||Price||Age||Gender||Ethnicity||Storage Temp||Sample Date||Test 1||Test Data 1||Detail 1||Product|
|SWB0000-AI900024505102814DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||Swab||2.00||1.00||$150.00||56 Y||Female||Non-Hispanic||< -70C||28-Oct-14||BBL Plus Amies w/o CH||VRE +||Abscess||$150.00||Unknown|
|SWB0000-AI900080322110514DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||Swab||0.50||1.00||$150.00||30 Y||Male||Non-Hispanic||< -70C||05-Nov-14||BD MaxV LQ Amies||Moderate VRE||Drainage||$150.00||Unknown|
|SWB0000-AI900080323110314DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||Swab||0.50||1.00||$150.00||80 Y||Female||Non-Hispanic||< -70C||03-Nov-14||BD MaxV LQ Amies||Moderate VRE||Ulcer||$150.00||Unknown|
|SWB0000-AI900080324110314DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||Swab||0.50||1.00||$150.00||38 Y||Male||Non-Hispanic||< -70C||03-Nov-14||BD MaxV LQ Amies||Few VRE||Drainage||$150.00||Unknown|
|SWB0000-AI900080325111314DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||Swab||0.50||1.00||$150.00||58 Y||Female||Hispanic||< -70C||13-Nov-14||BD MaxV LQ Amies||Moderate VRE||Ulcer Diabetic||$150.00||Unknown|
|SWB0000-AI900084608111014DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||0.50||1.00||$150.00||72 Y||Female||< -70C||10-Nov-14||BD MaxV LQ Amies||Moderate VRE||Ulcer||$150.00||Unknown|
|SWB0000-AI900084609111214DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||0.50||1.00||$150.00||82 Y||Male||< -70C||12-Nov-14||BD MaxV LQ Amies||Many VRE||Drainage||$150.00||Unknown|
|SWB0000-AI900084610111214DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||0.50||1.00||$150.00||49 Y||Female||< -70C||12-Nov-14||BD MaxV LQ Amies||Moderate VRE||Drainage||$150.00||Unknown|
|SWB0000-AI900084611110714DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||0.50||1.00||$150.00||69 Y||Female||< -70C||07-Nov-14||BD MaxV LQ Amies||Moderate VRE||Incision||$150.00||Unknown|
|SWB0000-AI900084612111014DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||0.50||1.00||$150.00||67 Y||Female||< -70C||10-Nov-14||BD MaxV LQ Amies||Few VRE||Exudate||$150.00||Unknown|
|SWB0000-AI900084613110714DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||0.50||1.00||$150.00||61 Y||Male||< -70C||07-Nov-14||BD MaxV LQ Amies||Moderate VRE||Abscess||$150.00||Unknown|
|SWB0000-AI900084618101614DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||0.75||1.00||$150.00||55 Y||Male||< -70C||16-Oct-14||BD MaxV LQ Amies||Few VRE||Toe L. 1st||$150.00||Unknown|
|SWB0000-AI900084619101714DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||0.50||1.00||$150.00||56 Y||Female||< -70C||17-Oct-14||BD MaxV LQ Amies||Few VRE||Abd. Incision||$150.00||Unknown|
|SWB0000-AI900084620101514DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||0.50||1.00||$150.00||80 Y||Male||< -70C||15-Oct-14||BD MaxV LQ Amies||VRE +||Abscess L. Foot||$150.00||Unknown|
|SWB0000-AI900102757111314DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||0.50||1.00||$150.00||70 Y||Male||< -70C||13-Nov-14||BD MaxV LQ Amies||Few VRE||Incision||$150.00||Unknown|
|SWB0000-AI900102758111214DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||0.50||1.00||$150.00||89 + Y||Male||< -70C||12-Nov-14||BD MaxV LQ Amies||Rare VRE||Abscess||$150.00||Unknown|
|SWB0000-AI900102759111014DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||0.50||1.00||$150.00||47 Y||Male||< -70C||10-Nov-14||BD MaxV LQ Amies||Moderate VRE||Wound Traumatic||$150.00||Unknown|
|SWB0000-AI900102760110614DD||Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE)||USA||0.50||1.00||$150.00||51 Y||Male||< -70C||06-Nov-14||BD MaxV LQ Amies||Few VRE||Lesion||$150.00||Unknown|
Keep in mind that all the samples comprised in the Research Sample Biobank represent only a small number of the clinical research specimens available through our Discovery Partners™ clinical research programs. If you can’t find the specific sample type, specimen or biofluids you are looking for please make sure to call our client services group at 805.528.4341 - and ask how we can help support your project from resources available at active clinical sites.
Please read carefully before purchasing:
Clinical specimens for research use only.
Transmissible Infectious Risk! May be HIV, HBV and HCV REACTIVE or of unknown infectious agent test status. Materials provided are derived from human blood, tissue and other bio-fluids. Handle all samples as if capable of transmitting infectious agents. Practice good laboratory technique and dispose of in properly marked medical waste.
If you need help searching for a LARGER SAMPLE SET with specific data elements, please contact our Client Services group who can format Excel spreadsheets for a comprehensive review of all available samples: USA (805) 528-4341
These products are supplied without warranty for suitability for specific applications or analytical determinations.
Specimens and data will be may be used for general biomarker research, assay and instrument validation purposes only. All Research products identified as “Diagnostic Remnant Samples” are human biological materials leftover from routine laboratory analysis and are de-identified (coded) to protect subject confidentiality. Under OHRP definition 45 CFR 46.102(f) these coded specimens are not considered subjects for Human research requiring informed consent. Specimens cannot be used for whole genomic sequencing of genetic material. Research products designated as “Clinical Research Samples” by “type” are obtained from IRB approved research study protocols with informed consent obtained from each subject enrolled. Specimens cannot be used for whole genomic sequencing of genetic material.