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Galileo LIMS

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Thermo Fisher Scientific's LIMS are facilitating laboratory data in the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies, petrochemical and chemical plants, food and beverage manufacturers, and other major industries. To support their global installations, Thermo provides implementation, validation, training, maintenance and support from the industry’s largest worldwide informatics services network.

Galileo LIMS has been specifically developed to optimize throughput for HTS ADME laboratories, overcoming the tradeoff between improving compound screening and optimizing throughput. As a commercial-off-the-shelf software solution, Galileo was designed for rapid implementation with minimal configuration. It includes support for a wide variety of screening and definitive assays as part of the base system, ensuring better screening of compounds’ ADME properties thereby lowering drug research costs. Out of the box functionality includes shareable templates for experimental assays, flexible and configurable data analysis methods, and flagging of acceptance results and statistics.

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