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LabCollector LIMS

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AgileBio's LabCollector LIMS is a collaborative Intranet LIMS solution. It is composed of five integrated modules: Strains, Plasmids, Primers, Sequences and Reagents & Chemicals. A LIMS-in-a-box solution, the main concept behind LabCollector is that each scientist in the lab can manage quickly his data and make them available to the rest of the lab community. Due to Intranet support, data can be accessed from any connected computer in the lab, which accelerates information retrieval. LabCollector is constructed around an administration core and a user area. The user area allows users to browse and search the database. The administration platform, which is user-restricted, allows managing the database. A free 90-day trial copy can be downloaded from their website.

Also available are LabCollector Enterprise, an enterprise solution designed to reduce maintenance costs, and LabCollector ASP, an online solution that requires no purchase of hardware or software.

In addition, the company writes custom LIMS solutions that deliver interfaces and features specific to a particular lab's requirements.

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