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OMIX LIMS Multi-Lab Informatics Platform

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Multi-Lab Informatics Platform for Life Sciences Research

The OMIX research platform from GenoLogics provides a highly configurable life sciences system for cross-science and multiple lab implementations. Today's life sciences research enterprises use more samples in ever more complex experiments, generating growing volumes of data. A robust informatics platform is crucial to improving operational efficiency, and for enhancing data management to publish meaningful results.
The OMIX’s built-in Lab Configuration Engine technology allows you to tailor the platform to fit your lab. You can configure this platform for a wide range of workflows from genomics and proteomics to cell biology, metabolomics, and imaging.

Multi-Lab Informatics Platform: Capabilities

• Tight integration to a wide range of instruments, applications, platforms, workflows and software
• The Automated Informatics framework provides automatic data capture and supports results parsing, contextual data integration and bioinformatics pipelining
• The Adaptive Reporting framework provides interactive reporting capabilities to query data from multiple sources and provide a holistic view of the data
• LabLink's secure Web-based collaboration portal allows you to streamline interactions with customers and researchers and optimize customer service levels

The OMIX platform accurately segments laboratory and project data to facilitate comprehensive implementations across multiple labs and science environments, and provides strong security and data archiving mechanisms to facilitate integrated analytics.

Multi-Lab Informatics Platform: Standards Compliance

The OMIX platform supports the compliance of many government regulations, including 21 CFR Part 11, 21 CFR Part 58 and HIPAA privacy laws.

OMIX is the underlying informatics platform that supports our science-purposed lab and data management solutions for genomics, next generation sequencing and proteomics.

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