Fresh Frozen Human Tissue - Research Specimens

US Biolab has a worldwide network of hospitals/clinical sites working exclusivel to procure high quality biological samples. All fresh frozen tissue samples are collected under IRB approval by certified medical pathologists. Tissues are snap-frozsen in liquid nitrogen within 30 to 60 minutes of surgery excision. Standard sample weight is 0.5 - 1.0 gram. Samples can be collected/embedded in Optimal Cutting Temperature (OCT) media upon request. Quality Control is performed on 100% of collected tissue samples. Prospective/custom sample collection is available.

From excision to storage to shipment, each specimen is handled with care and precision to ensure that the highest quality specimens are delivered to our customers.

To inquire about the current availability of specimens or to investigate your custom project feasibility, send us an inquiry via form or email or call us at 1-800-329-0123.

Fresh Frozen Tissue Collection format:

INDIVIDUAL TISSUE SPECIMENS - Individual snap-frozen tissue samples, diseased or normal
MATCHED TISSUES AND FLUIDS - Fresh frozen disease/tumor or normal tissues with matched biofluids

MATCHED TISSUE PAIRS - Fresh frozen diseased /tumor and normal adjacent tissue from a single donor

                                               - Paired fresh frozen and formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissues from a single donor

                                               - Fresh frozen diseased/tumor and metastatic tissue samples from a single donor

QUAD TISSUE SETS - Fresh frozen and FFPE tumor and normal adjacent tissue samples from one patient


We specialize in the following disease states: 

Breast Tumor Colon/Rectal(Colorectal) Tumor Adrenal Tumor
Bone Cancer Brain Tumor   Cervical Tumor
Esophageal Tumor Renal Tumor Head&Neck Tumor
Lekemia Liver Tumor Lung Tumor
Lymphoma Ovarian Tumor Pancreatic Cancer
Penile Cancer Prostate Tumor Sarcoma
Skin Tumor Stomach Tumor Testicular Tumor
Thymus Tumor Thyroid Tumor Urinary Bladder Tumor
Uterine Tumor Infectious Diseases ...and MORE