Downloads and Upgrades: Labguru, LibraryView, Vortex, Velvet 1.2.08, and more | GenomeWeb

BioData, a scientific software service company, has added more than 30 Luminex multiplexing protocols to Labguru, its web-based lab management application.

According to the company, when researchers add a protocol to their Labguru accounts, its steps and procedures are automatically included and each protocol can be copied and adapted for use in different experiments. Furthermore, associated kits, reagents and materials are also automatically added to the account’s materials module enabling users to track supplies, storage, vendors, and orders.

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