CSols exhibiting and speaking at British Mass Spectrometry Society Meeting
News Sep 04, 2011
CSols Ltd is pleased to announce that it will be attending the British Mass Spectrometry Society meeting – “From Atoms to Biomolecules” in Cardiff City Hall, Cardiff, UK from 11th-14th September 2011. Kevin Jones from CSols will be giving a talk on Wednesday 14th September 2011, title: "Interfacing MS to Clinical LIMS / LIS systems - Understanding the Challenges".
A poster presentation will also be available to view - "Transcription free integration between ABSciex LC MS-MS instruments and the iSoft Telepath system for routine Vitamin D Analysis".
Back on Stand 45 there will be a demonstration of CSols LIMS Clinical LIMS/LIS Interface for LC MS-MS instruments and also working copies of the CSols Links for LIMS for interfacing different LIMS systems to Mass spectrometers of all types.
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