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BioBook

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Would you like to cut your time from research to breakthrough by over 30%

Nearly all of the top pharmaceutical companies in the world use BioBook to manage their Bioanalysis, DMPK, PK/PD, Safety Science,Toxicology data. The solution is proven to dramatically reduce time to market in late stage discovery, pharmacology and preclinical R&D.

Using BioBook, you can view data in context to make faster, better decisions. The solution seamlessly integrates with legacy data systems such as LIMS and easily combines data imported from laboratory instruments to keep all your research in one secure environment.

The BioBook brochure can be downloaded here

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