Drug metabolism software on show at USA pharmaceutical conferences
18 October 2005
ADME software and equipment specialist LabLogic Systems will be showcasing its latest product developments at two USA conferences this autumn - the 13th North American ISSX Meeting/20th JSSX Meeting (Maui, Hawaii, 23th - 27th October 2005) and the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Annual Meeting (Nashville, 6th - 10th November 2005).
As well as being available for questions from existing and prospective customers, representatives will be
demonstrating the latest releases of systems such as Debra, the company's industry-standard drug metabolism LIMS, and its
data collection and analysis program Laura.
New features in Debra 5.6 include an 'electronic lab notebook' facility, greater interchangeability of data and less
time spent on standard tasks; and Laura's latest 3.3.13 release has comprehensive control of many leading HPLC manufacturers'
hardware, so providing just one software package to control both radio-detector and HPLC pumps.
Both systems can now be linked to save time and avoid duplication, so that an HPLC batch created within Debra can be passed to Laura for
analysis. The evaluated chromatograms can then be viewed through Debra's sampling data screen, along with all the raw data, calculated
concentrations and recoveries.