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ProtoCOL

Synbiosis has released its ProtoCOL software for automatic colony and inhibition zone analysis, as well as full validation information for its entire range of automated colony counters.

The combined use of software and validation protocols provides a link in the quality chain, ensuring antibiotic or vaccine efficacy results generated from these instruments support GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice).

The new ProtoCOL software, integral to Synbiosis’ automated ProtoCOL colony counters and AutoZone zone sizing systems, has been upgraded so both image and written data generated by the software can be integrated into a 21 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 11 environment.

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