The Biodiversity Research and Teaching Collections is currently re-curating and adding to the Tissue Collection. In many cases, the vouchers from which the sample was taken are cataloged in the appropriate division. The collection was originally composed primarily of mammal tissues obtained from genetic related projects of researchers at Texas A&M University, but has grown to include fish, reptiles, amphibians, and birds. These materials are maintained in ultracold freezers at -70 degrees Celsius.
To request records for tissues stored at the Biodiversity Research and Teaching Collections, contact the curator in charge of the appropriate division.