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The most objective of those lectures is first to in brief survey the basic con­ nection among the illustration concept of the symmetric team Sn and the idea of symmetric capabilities and moment to teach how combinatorial equipment that come up certainly within the concept of symmetric services bring about effective algorithms to specific a variety of prod­ ucts of representations of Sn by way of sums of irreducible representations.

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26 Selected protocols 4. Record the local sequential code, pathology number, date, lag time from excision to freezing, and the type of tissue (site and whether the sample is tumour/normal/premalignant) in the inventory book. If a barcode system is in use, this can be scanned into the Laboratory Information Management System and the above data recorded. 5. Freeze directly in isopentane. Do not remove the tissue from the isopentane until freezing is complete (only 5 seconds or less is needed depending on size) but ensure sample does not crack.

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The proposed research project and use of specimen should be consistent with participants’ consent, research purpose and permitted use of specimens. 4. During evaluation of the proposal it needs to be considered whether the proper expertise has been brought together in the research project and whether the lab is adequately equipped to perform the proposed experiment. 5. Within the above principles, the main criteria for approving requests for access should be: • the scientific validity of the research proposal; • the investigator’s and institution’s research qualifications; • the investigator’s written agreement covering confidentiality; • use, disposition, and security of specimens and associated data; • the investigator’s written agreement in a Material Transfer Agreement covering publication, sharing of research results, and ownership of future intellectual property; • ethical approval of the proposed research; and • the funding level for the project.

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