New ADME LIMS Release Makes Protein Binding Easier
News Oct 27, 2009
“Many of the improvements have been made to accommodate the needs and preferences communicated to us by customers,” says system director Huw Loaring.
“In the case of Protein Binding, for example, we have been working with an existing user who is upgrading to include the module so that their methodologies are included within Debra. We expect that the changes we have made will help other customers working in the same area.”
Many other modules benefit from the refinements introduced in Debra 5.7.6, from batch, weigh, dosing, pooling/splitting and treatment methods through to summary tables and security issues such as electronic signatures and audits.
Current Debra users can download the 5.7.6 software and associated release notes from the LabLogic website by contacting email@example.com for access to the Support Centre.
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