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Minnesota State Statute:
opens new window Minnesota: MS 144.192
Privacy,
Research
The health commissioner may collect, use, store, and disseminate biological specimens and health data to conduct research in a manner that is consistent with the federal common rule for the protection of human subjects in Code of Federal Regulations, title 45, part 46. Biological specimens is defined as tissue, fluids, excretions, or secretions that contain human DNA originating from an identifiable individual, either living or deceased.

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