The Leibniz Institute for the Analysis of Biodiversity Change

is a research museum of the Leibniz Association

What's stored in our Biobank?

The LIB Biobank (at Museum Koenig, Bonn) is a specialized archive that is complementary to the other collections of the LIB museums (in Bonn and Hamburg) and is linked to them.
Here we store samples of animal DNA and fixed/viable tissue (etc.), associated with the corresponding biological data. Storage temperatures: ambient (sealed), -20°C, -80°C, -190°C (liquid nitrogen).

Contact person

Head of Section
Biobank Curator
+49 228 9122-357
+49 228 9122-6357
j.astrin [at] leibniz-lib.de