Advanced LIMS technology : case studies and business opportunities /
edited by J.E.H. Stafford.
1st ed.
London : Blackie Academic & Professional, 1995.
xxiv, 247 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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London : Blackie Academic & Professional, 1995.
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Laboratory Information Managements Systems (LIMS) are either custom-built or off-the-shelf solutions to the problems of controlling the flow of data through laboratories. In this book commercial relevance is ensured by authors from major industrial organizations who demonstrate by example successful application of the technology. This book provides an excellent up-to-date overview of this intensely competitive field.
Table of Contents
LIMS: An automating or informating technology?p. 1
A model for a comprehensive LIMSp. 15
LIMS in a forensic laboratoryp. 37
Application of a LIMS in a pharmaceutical drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics laboratoryp. 54
Use of protocol-synchronous LIMS structures to expand the role of the centralized clinical trial laboratory in pharmaceutical researchp. 71
Medical Laboratory Information Systems (LIS)p. 97
EPA's Relational Laboratory Information Management System: Development and implementationp. 111
LIMS to robotics interface: A practical approachp. 123
Interfacing the real world to LIMSp. 141
Replacement LIMS: Moving forward or maintaining the status quop. 165
The promise of client-server LIMS applicationsp. 192
Standards for analytical laboratory data communications, storage, and archivalp. 206
Indexp. 233
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