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Geneus LIMS

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GenoLogics worked with their leading customers and technology partners to develop Geneus, their Genomics LIMS solution, focused on the Genomics and Systems Biology. This product focuses on the following application areas:
 
• Gene Expression on the Affymetrix GeneChip platform
• SNP Genotyping on the Affymetrix GeneChip platform
• SNP Genotyping using the TaqMan method
 
Key benefits of the Geneus solution include:
 
* End-to-end data management for gene expression and genotyping processes.
* Providing data facilities as an extension of the GenoLogics open platform for discovery, including collaboration management, and data exchange formats.
* Management of sample biosource data.
* Integration with lab instrumentation, allowing for automated data capture.
* Improved lab efficiency through organized use of resources, and improved throughput.
* Delivery of streamlined tools to streamline sample submission, reporting, and billing, with the aim of reducing overall costs.
* Functionality to address the unique challenges of genomics research.

Product Geneus LIMS
Company GenoLogics Life Sciences Software Inc.
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GenoLogics Life Sciences Software Inc.
4464 Markham Street, Suite 2302 Victoria, BC V8Z 7X8 CANADA

Tel: +1 (250) 483-7011or toll-free +1 (866) 457-5467
Fax: +1 (250) 483-7777
Email: info@genologics.com



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