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RURO Introduces Version 4.0 of ezColony™

Published: Thursday, January 10, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, January 09, 2013
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Transgenic Animal Colony Management software offers several new enhancements

RURO has announced the release of the 4th major version of the ezColony platform.

ezColony offers systematic management for transgenic animal colonies. The solution offers network-based user access with a variety of tools to make research easier and more efficient. ezColony provides a user interface suited for streamlining tasks, such as moving animals between cages via drag and drop; live animal indexing; support for different ear notch schemes; and color-coded cage identification.

ezColony v4.0 featured enhancements:
• “Country Settings” expanded to USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Russia, China
• Improved Genotype Display – view Parent Genotype upon animal selection, in list view, and elsewhere
• Revamped Virtual Machine – new components allow faster access with additional security features

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