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Laura 4

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Laura 4, the chromatography data collection and analysis system from LabLogic Systems, now includes a facility for e-signatures. The company is also providing more licensing options for evaluation copies.

Compatible with the new Microsoft Vista as well as NT, 2000 and XP, Laura 4 has controls for more than 100 HPLC and liquid handling modules, developed in cooperation with the manufacturers.

Users can now control the autosampler in an HPLC system independently of other instruments, customise control of the injection sequence, and control individual parts of the system regardless of method for procedures such as pre-run equilibration.

New analysis and reporting tools include: enhanced handling of data from plate readers; importing Excel worksheets; a table for importing raw LSC data and provision for recording information about it; indication of completion time for an analysis queue; and a facility to add information about a region-of-interest.

Laura 4 also provides a means of accommodating situations where a second e-signature is required but the signatory is absent; the user can either cancel the second signature request (where the rule permits), or save it for the signatory to respond to on return.