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re-identifiable

Information or data where identifiers have been removed and replaced by a code, but it remains possible to re-identify a specific individual by, for example, using the code or linking different data sets. ALL human tissue is considered potentially identifiable, whether or not the identifiers have been removed, since it contains the donors DNA.

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20th July 2011