microorganism resources; cell resources; biological genetic resource bank
In 1995, the Committee on Typical Culture Collection of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) was established and renamed as the Committee on Biological Genetic Resource Banks of CAS in 2015. Under the Committee there are 12 members of bio-resource bank from 11 institutes of CAS. Bio-resources like seeds, plant tissue in vitro, human cell lines and stem cells, animal cells and tissue samples, microorganisms, microalga, and seaweeds are collected and deposited in the banks of Committee. Each year about 40 000-50 000 cultures were shared. The basic orientation, composition, and bio-resource scale of the Biological Genetic Resource Bank of CAS, and its supporting role in scientific research, major national needs and national economy are introduced in the paper. Based on the trend of the collection and sustainable utilization of bio-genetic resources, the key works of bio-resources are proposed.
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Leilei, YANG; Ting, LI; Fei, DENG; Jie, HAO; Shaojun, PANG; Lirong, SONG; Yuelei, CHEN; and Yuguang, ZHOU
"Preservation and Utilization of Microorganism and Cell Resources,"
Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Chinese Version): Vol. 34
, Article 5.
Available at: https://bulletinofcas.researchcommons.org/journal/vol34/iss12/5