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ArrayHub LIMS

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Integromics provides software solutions for genomics, proteomics and drug discovery. They specialize in data management and integration as well as intelligent data analysis and data mining.

Their ArrayHub LIMS solution is designed for gene expression data. ArrayHub stores, organizes and track information of all tasks performed with microarray experiments.

ArrayHub is a centralized data management tool that receives data from instruments, files and end-users and interfaces with data analysis tools to perform knowledge management tasks.

ArrayHub is fully implemented in Java and standard SQL. Features include:

• User-level sharingphilosophy
• Experiment progress monitoring
• Support for cDNA, Oligos as well as other existing commercial platforms (Affymetrix, AB’s Gene Expression System, etc)
• Workflow oriented data submission
• Customization of lab’s protocols
• Gene Ontology Annotation tool
• External Web Links (Unigene, GenBank)
• Automatic data import (GenePix, ScanAnalyze, Custom files, etc)
• Standard Array Design formats (Agilent, Affymetrix...)
• Integration with data processing and analysis tools (QFirst, Spotfire´sDecisionSite)
• MIAME compliant Import and export Microarray Experiment Data in MAGE-ML format
• Plate management graphical tool
• Slide Image Visualization. Protocol Management
• Instrument and Software Managemen
• Reports Module
• Powerful Search Capabilities

Product ArrayHub LIMS
Company Integromics
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Integromics
Parque Tecnológico de Ciencias de la Salud, Avenida de la Innovación No 1, 18100 - Armilla - Granada Spain

Tel: +34 95 856 00 57
Fax: +34 95 875 06 27
Email: sales@integromics.com



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