Normals

Increasingly, researchers need access to normal donor samples to serve as controls for their research. Conversant Bio has 50+ U.S. based sites and over 500 physicians participating in our clinical studies.

Over the past year, Conversant has worked on nearly 100 normal/control projects with research teams.  The samples procured for the projects represent a wide variety of sample types including fresh collections of tissue, bone marrow, peripheral blood, and inventory samples such as FFPE, PBMCs, plasma and serum. Recently, an article citing our samples was published detailing the importance of age matching samples for drug discovery, especially when seeking FDA approval.   You can access the article here.

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The Conversant Bio Advantage for Disease Research
  • Quality Controlled: Samples are sourced from an extensive U.S. based sourcing network. 

  • Hyper-Annotated: The pathology report and demographic details provided with each sample helps you target the correct clinical profile.  Genetic profile information is available for the 10 most common oncogenes, accelerating your study and allowing you to focus on drug targets of interest. 

  • Site Development: Conversant Bio has a dedicated site development network committed to bringing on Conversant Bio exclusive sites.  Our commitment to increasing our site network means we are dedicated to maintaining an inventory level that will meet your needs and to ensuring patients are not duplicated across vendors.

  • Glad to Be Here:  Conversant Bio has an educated and responsive sales team because we believe that a reliable sourcing partner is essential to groundbreaking research and drug discovery.  Our team is available to help you find samples to match your specific project’s parameters. 

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