Belgian Co-ordinated Collections of Micro-organisms BCCM Back
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To be a solution partner for providing services of quality in microbial and genetic resources for academia and industry
The BCCM consortium aims to :
- acquire, preserve and distribute microbial and genetic resources,
- identify and characterize these biological materials,
- offer customer-oriented services,
- increase the understanding of microorganisms and their function in ecosystems,
- foster the application of biological resources.
The BCCM consortium joints 7 decentralised biological resource centres with complementary expertise.
- continues to upgrade its service portfolio and scientific expertise,
- develops a powerful data management system,
- runs a multi-site ISO 9001 quality management system,
- fosters (inter)national collaboration, linkage and exchange,
- complies with (inter)national regulations regarding the handling of microbial and genetic resources.
Training available in areas:
Bacteria collection (BCCM/LMG)
Biomedical Fungi and Yeasts collection (BCCM/IHEM)
Environmental and Applied Mycology (BCCM/MUCL)
Plasmids and DNA libraries
Plasmid collection (BCCM/LMBP)
K.L. Ledeganckstraat 35