Autoscribe to showcase Veterinary LIMS at VETme 2012
News Mar 19, 2012
Autoscribe will be showcasing its Veterinary LIMS and informatics solutions during VETme 2012, which is being held at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre, from 2-4 April, 2012.
As the Middle East’s premier Veterinary Trade Exhibition and Conference, VETme is the perfect platform to promote Matrix Gemini and Matrix Veterinary LIMS to the Middle East veterinary market.
A fully integrated laboratory management and business system designed for veterinary laboratories, Matrix Veterinary LIMS has been continuously improved through close working relationships with existing customers. Features include species and breed dependent reference ranges, full integration of Microchip, Vet XML and VeNOM codes, plus flexible billing options and test pricing. The software’s ability to be configured to each customer’s specific requirements whilst increasing laboratory productivity and performance, has already positioned Autoscribe as a leader in the UK veterinary market.
With over 20 years of delivering long term modular and expandable solutions, Autoscribe has expert knowledge regarding the development and supply of software solutions.
Matrix Gemini is widely deployed with many successful solutions covering veterinary pathology, sample tracking and bio-banking applications, based upon its ability to comprehensively track
and monitor samples from accession, through testing to result reporting and sample disposal. The software’s reporting capabilities ensure efficient production of meaningful customer and case reports including monitoring and control of key performance indicators (KPI’s).
Sysmex Partners with Laboratories to Deliver Improved QC ManagementNews
Sysmex America has announced its latest innovation: a way to make quality assurance easier and more risk free than manual quality control processes.READ MORE
New Algorithms Help Extract 3-D Biological Structure from Limited DataNews
CAMERA researchers capitalize on their Multi-Tiered Iterative Phasing approach to determine molecular structure of proteins and viruses from X-ray free electron laser data.READ MORE
Comments | 0 ADD COMMENT
EMBL Course: Introduction to Next Generation Sequencing
Apr 09 - Apr 12, 2018
EMBL Course: RNA Sequencing Library Preparation - How Low Can You Go?
Mar 19 - Mar 23, 2018
EMBL Course: Analysis and Integration of Transcriptome and Proteome Data
Mar 12 - Mar 16, 2018
EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Tissue Self-Organisation: Challenging the Systems
Mar 11 - Mar 14, 2018
EMBL Course: Bioinformatics Resources for Protein Biology
Mar 06 - Mar 08, 2018