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Selah Genomics Licenses UniConnect's LIMS to Support Clinical MDx Services


Selah Genomics has licensed UniFlow, UniConnect's laboratory information management system, to manage molecular and clinical data for its clinical diagnostic services business.

Michael Bolick, Selah's co-founder and CEO, said in a statement that his firm chose UniFlow because it met his firm's need for a "purpose-built" LIMS software solution, "not one that was just retrofitted for our arena."

Among other capabilities, UniFlow tracks and manages processes involving multiple steps and information types, such as samples, outputs, instruments, reagents, worker responsibilities, and requests. Also, users can customize the system to their needs and modify them as requirements change.

Besides Selah, UniFlow being used by Vivia Biotech, a Sergovia, Spain-based personalized medicine firm (BI 5/27/2011), and Dupont Pioneer (BI 5/3/2013).

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