Matrix Gemini Biobank Manager configuration complies with the ISBER best practice requirements and can easily be modified using the configuration tools to reflect the look and feel and the precise workflows required by the individual biorepository.
The LIMS can record and manage data associated with a myriad of laboratory activities over and above those just associated with sample testing and make the data accessible within a standard database.
Understanding Return on Investment (ROI) of a LIMS will help you drive your business plan to get a LIMS in your laboratory. Here are some useful tips as to how to go about this task.
Direct instrument integration into the LIMS eliminates this possibility and helps meet data integrity and validity requirements.
LIMS have evolved to manage the laboratory workflow, organize the data efficiently and support the business of the laboratory. In addition they can drive and support regulatory and standards compliance.
Stability studies are used to assess the shelf life of a product by storing samples under controlled environmental conditions for defined lengths of time prior to testing.
A cornerstone of the ISO 17025 requirement for laboratories to demonstrate they operate competently and are able to generate valid results.
LIMS are well known for their ability to manage sample data and their associated test results. However, many lab managers may be surprised at how LIMS can also help with many other laboratory management functions to improve efficiency and help support the needs of industry standards and regulation such as ISO/IEC 17025 and GxP.