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Sanofi adopts Genedata software

Genedata, which makes software solutions for drug discovery and life science research, has announced that Sanofi, the healthcare company, has chosen Genedata Biologics as its data management platform for biologics screening activities. The system will be used across different Sanofi research sites as a data-management and workflow-support platform to automate experimental data capture, increase experimental throughput, and facilitate data sharing throughout the biologics R&D process.

The software facilitates automated, high-throughput biopharmaceutical discovery and development workflows and can directly interact with laboratory instruments and robotics equipment. By increasing experimental throughput and minimising data handling errors, it improves efficiency in the discovery and development of protein-based therapeutics.

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