LIMS Publications

Biobanking

Biospecimen Quality in Clinical Research

Author: Shonali Paul

Journal: Biobanking.com, February 11, 2019

Abstract: Biospecimens form an integral part of many clinical research studies. The production of valid clinical data sets depends largely upon the quality of biospecimens utilized in the study. Annotations of biospecimens help unveil information related to disease prognosis, diagnosis, and treatment. However, there are several stages including collection, processing, and storage through which a biospecimen travels before its utilization in research.

Reasons for Choosing a SaaS LIMS for a Biobank

Author: Shonali Paul

Journal: Biobanking.com, November 5, 2018

Abstract: With the growing acceptance of LIMS by laboratories, there also exists a continuous dilemma on how to zero-in on a LIMS that is efficient, flexible, and scalable to accommodate the changing needs of a laboratory with time. A traditional on-premise LIMS requires a dedicated IT infrastructure, a skilled team of software programmers, and has a high cost and long deployment period.

The State of Cloud-Based Biospecimen and Biobank Data Management Tools (BRIEF REPORT)

Authors: Shonali Paul, Aditi Gade, and Sumani Mallipeddi

Journal: Biopreservation and Biobanking (BIO)
Volume 15, Number 2, 2017; Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.; DOI: 10.1089/bio.2017.0019

Abstract: Biobanks are critical for collecting and managing high-quality biospecimens from donors with appropriate clinical annotation. The high-quality human biospecimens and associated data are required to better understand disease processes. Therefore, biobanks have become an important and essential resource for healthcare research and drug discovery.

Cannabis

Managing Cannabis Testing Lab Workflows using LIMS

Author: Dr. Susan Audino

Journal: Cannabis Industry Journal, February 7, 2018

Abstract: With the increasing legalization of both adult recreational and medical cannabis, there is a need for robust and reliable cannabis analytical testing to ensure consumer safety and drug potency. Cannabis testing laboratories receive high volumes of test requests from cannabis cultivators for testing quantitative and qualitative aspects of the plant.

Using Cloud-based LIMS to Improve Efficiency in Cannabis Labs

Author: Shonali Paul

Journal: Cannabis Industry Journal, November 10, 2017

Abstract: With the increasing legalization of both adult recreational and medical cannabis, there is a need for robust and reliable cannabis testing to ensure consumer safety. The existing cannabis testing labs are receiving huge numbers of test requests from cannabis growers and manufacturers for potency testing, terpene profiling, pesticide screening, residual solvent screening, heavy metal testing, microbial analysis, and genetic testing.


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