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IMPaCT Trial

Individualised Molecular Pancreatic Cancer Therapy (IMPaCT) is a new clinical trial looking at individualising the treatment of patients with metastatic pancreatic cancer.

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The APGI BioResource

A key APGI priority is to continue to build capacity in translational research by acquiring biological material and clinico-pathological data for all types of pancreatic disease, which will provide an unparalleled base for ongoing studies. The APGI incorporates the NSW Pancreatic Cancer Network (2006-2010) and the Australian Familial Pancreatic Cancer Cohort (AFPaCC) (2011-2014).

Introduction & Availability

Our tissue and data resource contains fresh frozen tissue, formalin fixed paraffin embedded (FFPE) tissue, blood, blood products, tissue microarrays (TMAs), patient-derived xenografts and cell lines from consented participants with pancreatic cancer and other associated pancreatic diseases. All BioSpecimens are accompanied by a wealth of clinical and pathological information.

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Accessing the APGI BioResource

Please read through this page carefully and familiarise yourself with our requirements. You'll find the download link for the APGI BioResource Request Form below.

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BioResource Request Form

Please download and complete this form only after you have initiated preliminary discussions with us at It is a condition of use that you acknowledge the APGI in any eventual publication arising from work using our resources.

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BioResource Cost Recovery

As of September 2015, the APGI Leadership Team has implemented a new cost recovery schedule for researchers applying to access material and data from the APGI BioResource. Please download and carefully read the APGI Cost Recovery Guidelines prior to submitting your application.

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BioSpecimen Science

BioSpecimens are the link between molecular biology and cancer research. They allow researchers to study genomic and epigenomic abnormalities in the context of cancer disease development and progression.

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