GenoLogics ProteusLIMS 2.5, US Department of Energy s Joint Genome Institute s Integrated Microbial Genomes (IMG) 1.1, and Columbia University s ErmineJ 2.1, and more | GenomeWeb

GenoLogics has released ProteusLIMS 2.5. The new version of the company's proteomics data-management platform allows researchers to configure new workflow processes on the fly and automate data capture. ProteusLIMS, tracks container management, aliquoting, pooling and complete sample genealogy; and allows users to compare gel images, HPLC traces, and spectra data. The company will be demonstrating the software at the American Society of Mass Spectrometry in San Antonio, Texas, June 5-9.

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