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Orphanet provides information on official networks of research projects, of multinational clinical trials, of patient registries and of biobanks for one particular rare disease or a group of rare diseases. Depending on the type of network, Orphanet includes networks that are officially designated by the health authorities in the country, funded at European or national level, or open to collaboration. The information displayed is the information concerning the coordinator of the network and affiliated projects.
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The data collection takes place in Orphanet consortium countries and is currently ongoing. Research related resources (research projects, clinical trials, patient registries, biobanks and mutation databases) are also collected and registered in Orphanet database if they are funded by a member agency of the International Rare Diseases Research Consortium consortium (IRDiRC, list of members available here) located in a country for which there is no Orphanet national team.
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