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Laboratory Informatics Guide 2016

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Scientists and lab managers have been turning to the Laboratory Informatics Guide since its launch in 2004 to inform their decisions on purchasing or specifying laboratory informatics products. They know that it delivers a comprehensive listing of products and suppliers, which provides the best starting point when renewing or upgrading their existing systems. They can read the hands-on experiences of other experienced lab managers who face the same problems in implementing new informatics systems or trying to integrate different systems in one laboratory. 

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