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Danish National Biobank

The Danish National Biobank

The Danish National Biobank gives scientists from Denmark and abroad overview and access to more than 16 million biological samples in both existing and future collections. Read more about the Danish National Biobank...
13-07-2016
The first half of 2016 has seen an increased occurrence of whooping cough in Denmark. In the months of May and June in particul...
07-07-2016
Statens Serum Institut has contributed to the first study that demonstrates that first-degree relatives of people who have been...
06-07-2016
A large number of vivax malaria cases were detected in fugitives from Eritrea

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Vaccination recommendations for foreign travel
Increased occurrence of whooping cough
Counselling of citizens
Malaria 2015
Updated recommendations on malaria propylaxis
Rickettsia diagnostics in Denmark 2008-2015
The 2015/2016 influenza season

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07-07-2016
Statens Serum Institut has contributed to the first study that demonstrates that first-degree relatives of people who have been hospitali...
01-07-2016
Every other one of us carries the staphylococcus bacterium in our nose. But why don’t the other half? The theory is other bacteria in the...
07-06-2016
A new Danish study reports that mothers with prepregnancy diabetes have a 4-fold increased risk of giving birth to a child with congenita...
29-02-2016
A bi-nationwide study from Denmark and Sweden including 900.000 patients can not confirm a suspected increased risk of arrhythmia in pati...

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