Setting its Sights on the Clinical Market, GenoLogics Updates LIMS for Regulated Environments | GenomeWeb

This week, GenoLogics launched Clarity LIMS, a laboratory information management system designed to manage sequencing data in CLIA-regulated environments and research settings.

In addition to providing some of the same functionalities that are available in GenoLogics’ existing LIMS software, such as its backend application programming interfaces and reporting tools, Clarity also includes a newly designed interface and a set of capabilities that enable clinical laboratories to adhere to current regulatory requirements, CEO Michael Ball told BioInform.

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