Deposit for Public Access
TBRC accepts vectors, recombinant vectors, recombinant fungi, yeasts or other eukaryotes, and host organisms classified in Risk Group 1 or 2 that have been cited in scientific literature or have special properties or characteristics.
Those who wish to deposit a molecular material at TBRC are obliged to agree with the TBRC deposit policy and terms and conditions, and should submit a deposit form through the TBRC website or contact TBRC staff prior to sending the molecular material. When TBRC finds the deposit acceptable, the depositor will be requested to send the molecular material with the signed deposit form.
The depositor should follow instructions for sending molecular materials for deposit at the Thailand Bioresource Research Center (TBRC). The depositor is responsible for any charges occurring during shipment of materials to TBRC.
Preservation and viability test take approximately 60 to 90 days. After viability test, the molecular material will be further opened for public access. A certificate of deposit (COD) can be requested through the TBRC website (request certificate of deposit).
The depositor may request the deposited molecular materials free of charge for the first two requests.
|Details||Fee (Excluding VAT)|
|Organizations in Thailand||Overseas|
|Deposit for public access||Free of charge||Free of charge|
|Deposit for public access with conditions||Publication purpose||Free of charge||Free of charge|
|Require distribution data||2,500 Baht/strain/5 years||5,000 Baht/strain/5 years|
|Bank transfer||Paid by the customer||Paid by the customer|
- Customer submits deposit form to TBRC
- TBRC responds within 5 working days
- Customer sends molecular material and signed deposit form to TBRC
- TBRC preserves molecular material and performs viability test
- TBRC informs customer of TBRC number
- Customer makes a payment, if deposit fee applies