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Debra LIMS

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LabLogic Systems caters to pharmaceutical, agrochemical and contract research organizations. The company initially supplied radio HPLC, TLC and GC measurement instrumentation to the R&D industry, later extending its product line to include applications software. These products include: Debra, a LIMS for absoption distribution, metabolism and excretion studies, and Sara, a LIMS for soil metabolism residue studies; as well as a range of other applications software for various tasks such as data capture and analysis, stock control, and method development sample tracking.

LabLogic's LIMS fully supports and facilitates the business of drug development during Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism and Excretion Studies (ADME). It is a client/server application that utilizes the Oracle database and a user friendly GUI designed for Windows.

Their Debra ADME LIMS is designed for drug metabolism studies providing complete control from initial definition through to final report.



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LabLogic Systems Limited
Paradigm House 3 Melbourne Avenue Broomhill Sheffield S10 2QJ UNITED KINGDOM

Tel: +44 (0)114 266 72 67
Fax: +44 (0)114 266 39 44
Email: solutions@lablogic.com



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