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Brain and Tissue Bank Form

nichd_btb

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*pseudoguid
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectSHOWUMBN, brainid
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.agedeath
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalesex
raceString30RecommendedRace of study subjectAmerican Indian/Alaska Native; Asian; Hawaiian or Pacific Islander; Black or African American; White; More than one race; Unknown or not reported
ethnic_groupString255RecommendedEthnic group
grade_highedString50RecommendedGrade/Highest education1 = Less than 6th grade; 2 = Some high school; 3 = High school diploma or GED; 4 = Some college, no degree; 5 = Associate's degree; 6 = Bachelor's degree; 7 = Some graduate school; 8 = Master's degree and above; 9=Some post-graduate training, no degree; 10=Completed 8th grade, no high school; 99=Information not available; 11= High schoo;l 12= College or University; 13= Graduate school; 14= Other; 15 = Less than high schooleducation
disorderString50RecommendedDisorderprimarydx
cdeathoffString50RecommendedCause of Death
death027IntegerRecommendedManner of death1::9; -888; -9991=Natural; 2=Homicide; 3=Accident; 4=Pending investigation; 5=Suicide; 6=Could not be determined; 8=Not Collected; 9=Not Documented; -888=Not Applicable; -999=Missing
pmintervalIntegerRecommendedPost mortem interval in hourspmi
phFloatRecommendedtissue pH
sample_id_originalString100RecommendedOriginal, user-defined Sample ID
celltypeString50RecommendedCell type
br_regString50RecommendedBrain region
rindlpfcFloatRecommendedRIN number for DLPFC
agedaysIntegerRecommendedAge in months
bmiFloatRecommendedbody mass index of subject
historyrecString4,000RecommendedBrief Medical History
surgorautString20Recommendedsurgery or autopsy
ageyearsIntegerRecommendedAge in years
adi_rString10RecommendedIs ADI-R information available?
hbsagString25Recommendedhepatitis B surface antigen test results HBsAg
hivString25RecommendedHIV test results
mravailIntegerRecommendedmedical records available
npavailIntegerRecommendedneuropathology report available
adiravailIntegerRecommendedADI-R available
rincortexFloatRecommendedRIN number for cortex
rincbellFloatRecommendedRIN number for cerebellum
s201IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBRUM- HC Section 1 (Method 2)
s203IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBRUM- HC Section 3 (Method 2)
s205IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBRUM- HC Section 5 (Method 2)
s207IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBRUM- HC Section 7 (Method 2)
s209IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBRUM- HC Section 9 (Method 2)
s211IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBRUM- HC Section 11 (Method 2)
s213IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBRUM- HC Section 13 (Method 2)
s215IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBRUM- HC Section 15 (Method 2)
s217IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBRUM- HC Section 17 (Method 2)
s219IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBRUM- HC Section 19 (Method 2)
s221IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBRUM- HC Section 21 (Method 2)
s223IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBRUM- HC Section 23 (Method 2)
s225IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBRUM- HC Section 25 (Method 2)
s227IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBRUM- HC Section 27 (Method 2)
s229IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBRUM- HC Section 29 (Method 2)
s231IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBRUM- HC Section 31 (Method 2)
s232IntegerRecommendedFrozen MID BRAIN/PONS- Section 1 (Method 2)
s234IntegerRecommendedFrozen MID BRAIN/PONS- Section 3 (Method 2)
s236IntegerRecommendedFrozen MID BRAIN/PONS- Section 5 (Method 2)
s238IntegerRecommendedFrozen MID BRAIN/PONS- Section 7 (Method 2)
s250IntegerRecommendedFrozen MID BRAIN/PONS- Section 9 (Method 2)
s240IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBELLUM- Section 1 (Method 2)
s242IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBELLUM- Section 3 (Method 2)
s244IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBELLUM- Section 5 (Method 2)
s246IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBELLUM- Section 7 (Method 2)
s248IntegerRecommendedFrozen CEREBELLUM- Section 9 (Method 2)
s189IntegerRecommendedFrozen MEDULLA- Whole Section 1
s190IntegerRecommendedFrozen MEDULLA- Whole Section 3
s191IntegerRecommendedFrozen MEDULLA- Whole Section 5
s187IntegerRecommendedFrozen HALF BRAIN (uncut)- Left
s188IntegerRecommendedFrozen HALF BRAIN (uncut)- Right
s166IntegerRecommendedFrozen BRAIN- Whole
s196IntegerRecommendedFrozen BRAIN- Dura
s197IntegerRecommendedFrozen BRAIN- Cranial Nerve
s101IntegerRecommendedFrozen BODY FLUIDS- Blood Plasma
s102IntegerRecommendedFrozen BODY FLUIDS- RBC
s103IntegerRecommendedFrozen BODY FLUIDS- CSF
s104IntegerRecommendedFrozen BODY FLUIDS- Urine
s105IntegerRecommendedFrozen BODY FLUIDS- Vitreous
s106IntegerRecommendedFrozen CARDIOVASCULAR- Aorta
s107IntegerRecommendedFrozen CARDIOVASCULAR- Artery
s108IntegerRecommendedFrozen CARDIOVASCULAR- Heart
s109IntegerRecommendedFrozen CARDIOVASCULAR- Vein
s110IntegerRecommendedFrozen ENDOCRINE- Adrenal
s111IntegerRecommendedFrozen ENDOCRINE- Breast
s112IntegerRecommendedFrozen ENDOCRINE- Pineal
s113IntegerRecommendedFrozen ENDOCRINE- Pituitary
s114IntegerRecommendedFrozen ENDOCRINE- Thyroid
s115IntegerRecommendedFrozen GASTROINTESTINAL- Anus
s116IntegerRecommendedFrozen GASTROINTESTINAL- Appendix
s117IntegerRecommendedFrozen GASTROINTESTINAL- Colon ascending
s118IntegerRecommendedFrozen GASTROINTESTINAL- Colon descending
s119IntegerRecommendedFrozen GASTROINTESTINAL- Duodenum
s120IntegerRecommendedFrozen GASTROINTESTINAL- Esophagus
s121IntegerRecommendedFrozen GASTROINTESTINAL- Gallbladder
s122IntegerRecommendedFrozen GASTROINTESTINAL- Ileum
s123IntegerRecommendedFrozen GASTROINTESTINAL- Jejunum
s124IntegerRecommendedFrozen GASTROINTESTINAL- Liver
s125IntegerRecommendedFrozen GASTROINTESTINAL- Pancreas
s126IntegerRecommendedFrozen GASTROINTESTINAL- Stomach
s127IntegerRecommendedFrozen GASTROINTESTINAL- Tongue
s128IntegerRecommendedFrozen GENITAL- Fallopian Tube
s129IntegerRecommendedFrozen GENITAL- Ovary
s130IntegerRecommendedFrozen GENITAL- Testicle
s131IntegerRecommendedFrozen GENITAL- Uterus
s132IntegerRecommendedFrozen HEMATOPOIETIC- Lymph Node
s133IntegerRecommendedFrozen HEMATOPOIETIC- Spleen
s134IntegerRecommendedFrozen HEMATOPOIETIC- Thymus
s135IntegerRecommendedFrozen HEMATOPOIETIC- Tonsil
s136IntegerRecommendedFrozen INTEGUMENTARY- Adipose
s137IntegerRecommendedFrozen INTEGUMENTARY- Hair
s138IntegerRecommendedFrozen INTEGUMENTARY- Nail
s139IntegerRecommendedFrozen INTEGUMENTARY- Skin
s140IntegerRecommendedFrozen MUSCULO SKELETAL- Bone (rib)
s141IntegerRecommendedFrozen MUSCULO SKELETAL- Diaphragm
s142IntegerRecommendedFrozen MUSCULO SKELETAL- Long Bone
s143IntegerRecommendedFrozen MUSCULO SKELETAL- Middle Ear
s144IntegerRecommendedFrozen MUSCULO SKELETAL- Middle Ear Bone
s145IntegerRecommendedFrozen MUSCULO SKELETAL- Psoas
s146IntegerRecommendedFrozen RESPIRATORY- Bronchus
s147IntegerRecommendedFrozen RESPIRATORY- Lung
s148IntegerRecommendedFrozen RESPIRATORY- Trachea
s149IntegerRecommendedFrozen SPINAL CORD- Cervical
s150IntegerRecommendedFrozen SPINAL CORD- Lumbar
s151IntegerRecommendedFrozen SPINAL CORD- Peripheral Nerve
s152IntegerRecommendedFrozen SPINAL CORD- Thoracic
s153IntegerRecommendedFrozen SPINAL CORD- Sacral
s154IntegerRecommendedFrozen URINARY- Bladder
s155IntegerRecommendedFrozen URINARY- Kidney
s156IntegerRecommendedFrozen URINARY- Prostate
s157IntegerRecommendedFrozen URINARY- Ureter
s158IntegerRecommendedFrozen OTHER TISSUE- Eyes
s159IntegerRecommendedFrozen OTHER TISSUE- Placenta
s160IntegerRecommendedFrozen OTHER TISSUE- Umbilical Cord
s161IntegerRecommendedFrozen OTHER TISSUE- Fibroblasts
s162IntegerRecommendedFrozen OTHER TISSUE- Tumor
s163IntegerRecommendedFrozen OTHER TISSUE- Brain subsections
s164IntegerRecommendedFrozen OTHER TISSUE- Tissue(s) nrc
s165IntegerRecommendedFrozen OTHER TISSUE- Astrocytes
s202IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBRUM- HC Section 2 (Method 2)
s204IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBRUM- HC Section 4 (Method 2)
s206IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBRUM- HC Section 6 (Method 2)
s208IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBRUM- HC Section 8 (Method 2)
s210IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBRUM- HC Section 10 (Method 2)
s212IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBRUM- HC Section 12 (Method 2)
s214IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBRUM- HC Section 14 (Method 2)
s216IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBRUM- HC Section 16 (Method 2)
s218IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBRUM- HC Section 18 (Method 2)
s220IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBRUM- HC Section 20 (Method 2)
s222IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBRUM- HC Section 22 (Method 2)
s224IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBRUM- HC Section 24 (Method 2)
s226IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBRUM- HC Section 26 (Method 2)
s228IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBRUM- HC Section 28 (Method 2)
s230IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBRUM- HC Section 30 (Method 2)
s233IntegerRecommendedFixed MID BRAIN/PONS- Section 2 (Method 2)
s235IntegerRecommendedFixed MID BRAIN/PONS- Section 4 (Method 2)
s237IntegerRecommendedFixed MID BRAIN/PONS- Section 6 (Method 2)
s239IntegerRecommendedFixed MID BRAIN/PONS- Section 8 (Method 2)
s251IntegerRecommendedFixed MID BRAIN/PONS- Section 10 (Method 2)
s241IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBELLUM- Section 2 (Method 2)
s243IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBELLUM- Section 4 (Method 2)
s245IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBELLUM- Section 6 (Method 2)
s247IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBELLUM- Section 8 (Method 2)
s249IntegerRecommendedFixed CEREBELLUM- Section 10 (Method 2)
s89IntegerRecommendedFixed MEDULLA- Whole Section 2
s90IntegerRecommendedFixed MEDULLA- Whole Section 4
s87IntegerRecommendedFixed HALF BRAIN (uncut)- Left
s88IntegerRecommendedFixed HALF BRAIN (uncut)- Right
s66IntegerRecommendedFixed BRAIN- Whole
s96IntegerRecommendedFixed BRAIN- Dura
s97IntegerRecommendedFixed BRAIN- Cranial Nerve
s6IntegerRecommendedFixed CARDIOVASCULAR- Aorta
s7IntegerRecommendedFixed CARDIOVASCULAR- Artery
s8IntegerRecommendedFixed CARDIOVASCULAR- Heart
s9IntegerRecommendedFixed CARDIOVASCULAR- Vein
s10IntegerRecommendedFixed ENDOCRINE- Adrenal
s11IntegerRecommendedFixed ENDOCRINE- Breast
s12IntegerRecommendedFixed ENDOCRINE- Pineal
s13IntegerRecommendedFixed ENDOCRINE- Pituitary
s14IntegerRecommendedFixed ENDOCRINE- Thyroid
s15IntegerRecommendedFixed GASTROINTESTINAL- Anus
s16IntegerRecommendedFixed GASTROINTESTINAL- Appendix
s17IntegerRecommendedFixed GASTROINTESTINAL- Colon ascending
s18IntegerRecommendedFixed GASTROINTESTINAL- Colon descending
s19IntegerRecommendedFixed GASTROINTESTINAL- Duodenum
s20IntegerRecommendedFixed GASTROINTESTINAL- Esophagus
s21IntegerRecommendedFixed GASTROINTESTINAL- Gallbladder
s22IntegerRecommendedFixed GASTROINTESTINAL- Ileum
s23IntegerRecommendedFixed GASTROINTESTINAL- Jejunum
s24IntegerRecommendedFixed GASTROINTESTINAL- Liver
s25IntegerRecommendedFixed GASTROINTESTINAL- Pancreas
s26IntegerRecommendedFixed GASTROINTESTINAL- Stomach
s27IntegerRecommendedFixed GASTROINTESTINAL- Tongue
s28IntegerRecommendedFixed GENITAL- Fallopian Tube
s29IntegerRecommendedFixed GENITAL- Ovary
s30IntegerRecommendedFixed GENITAL- Testicle
s31IntegerRecommendedFixed GENITAL- Uterus
s32IntegerRecommendedFixed HEMATOPOIETIC- Lymph Node
s33IntegerRecommendedFixed HEMATOPOIETIC- Spleen
s34IntegerRecommendedFixed HEMATOPOIETIC- Thymus
s35IntegerRecommendedFixed HEMATOPOIETIC- Tonsil
s36IntegerRecommendedFixed INTEGUMENTARY- Adipose
s37IntegerRecommendedFixed INTEGUMENTARY- Hair
s38IntegerRecommendedFixed INTEGUMENTARY- Nail
s39IntegerRecommendedFixed INTEGUMENTARY- Skin
s40IntegerRecommendedFixed MUSCULO SKELETAL- Bone (rib)
s41IntegerRecommendedFixed MUSCULO SKELETAL- Diaphragm
s42IntegerRecommendedFixed MUSCULO SKELETAL- Long Bone
s43IntegerRecommendedFixed MUSCULO SKELETAL- Middle Ear
s44IntegerRecommendedFixed MUSCULO SKELETAL- Middle Ear Bone
s45IntegerRecommendedFixed MUSCULO SKELETAL- Psoas
s46IntegerRecommendedFixed RESPIRATORY- Bronchus
s47IntegerRecommendedFixed RESPIRATORY- Lung
s48IntegerRecommendedFixed RESPIRATORY- Trachea
s49IntegerRecommendedFixed SPINAL CORD- Cervical
s50IntegerRecommendedFixed SPINAL CORD- Lumbar
s51IntegerRecommendedFixed SPINAL CORD- Peripheral Nerve
s52IntegerRecommendedFixed SPINAL CORD- Thoracic
s53IntegerRecommendedFixed SPINAL CORD- Sacral
s54IntegerRecommendedFixed URINARY- Bladder
s55IntegerRecommendedFixed URINARY- Kidney
s56IntegerRecommendedFixed URINARY- Prostate
s57IntegerRecommendedFixed URINARY- Ureter
s58IntegerRecommendedFixed OTHER TISSUE- Eyes
s59IntegerRecommendedFixed OTHER TISSUE- Placenta
s60IntegerRecommendedFixed OTHER TISSUE- Umbilical Cord
s62IntegerRecommendedFixed OTHER TISSUE- Tumor
s64IntegerRecommendedFixed OTHER TISSUE- Tissue(s) nrc
brainzynIntegerRecommendedFrozen Brain
brainxynIntegerRecommendedFixed Brain
cardzynIntegerRecommendedFrozen Cardiovascular
endoczynIntegerRecommendedFrozen Endocrine
gastrzynIntegerRecommendedFrozen Gastrointestinal
genitzynIntegerRecommendedFrozen Genital
hematzynIntegerRecommendedFrozen Hematopoietic
integzynIntegerRecommendedFrozen Integumentary
mskelzynIntegerRecommendedFrozen Musculo-Skeletal
respzynIntegerRecommendedFrozen Respiratory
scordzynIntegerRecommendedFrozen Spinal Cord
urinzynIntegerRecommendedFrozen Urinary
otherzynIntegerRecommendedFrozen Other
systxynIntegerRecommendedFixed Systemic
mcommentsString225RecommendedMore details of tissues available
frozentissueString30RecommendedIs frozen tissue available?
fixedbrainString30RecommendedIs fixed brain tissue available?
adi_r_scoreString225RecommendedADI-R score information
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