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LC Sciences Launches Online Searchable Knowledgebase

Published: Thursday, October 10, 2013
Last Updated: Thursday, October 10, 2013
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New knowledgebase use to locate technical information on the company’s website.

LC Sciences, LLC has announced the launch of a new online searchable knowledgebase that researchers can use to locate technical information on the company’s website.

This announcement comes on the heels of the launch of LC Sciences’ re-designed company website last week.

The knowledgebase contains technical information in the form of application notes, technical bulletins, customer publications, presentations, reviews of seminal publications in the field, etc.

This documents database contains over one thousand entries and encompasses a wide range of research fields; from plant science to neuroscience.

Additionally, all entries have been carefully meta-tagged to improve search results.

“Having served the microRNA research community for the past nine years, we’ve accumulated quite a large library of reference documents such as application notes and related customer publications. This new resource offers the community a simple, user friendly search interface that makes it easier for them to locate the information they’re looking for within that library.” - Chris Hebel (Vice President of Business Development, LC Sciences).

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