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University of Cape Town consolidates assay data

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The University of Cape Town (UCT) Drug Discovery and Development Centre, H3-D, has chosen the BioBook electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) to store, manage and analyse its Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetic (DMPK) data. BioBook, an IDBS solution, enables users to track research projects and manage the large volumes of data associated with individual assays.

As analysis is completed within the system, rather than relying on Microsoft Excel for data handling, human error is minimised and workflows are improved by the consolidation of assay results in one place. Furthermore, the solution integrates with legacy data software such as laboratory information management systems (LIMS) and combines data imported from laboratory instruments to ensure research remains in one secure environment.