Next release of Debra 6.3 to be previewed at the ISSX and AAPS conferences in Orlando
12 October 2015
The forthcoming ISSX and AAPS conferences in Orlando, Florida will give the first preview of the next release of Debra 6.3 which is due to be available to customers at the turn of the year.
Working with a major agrochemical company, the Debra team have been developing the key features to enhance the functionality for all users. These include:
- Audited and versioned comments which allow even more of our customers to use Debra to replace traditional paper lab books and record all method information for sample extractions within a secure database.
- New topical dose study types which allow area based dose units such as mg/cm2 or kg/ha for customers performing both dermal studies and plant metabolism studies where a compound is applied to a soil plot.
- Additional total radioactive residue (TRR) calculations on sample extraction Trace trees together with the ability to normalise recovery to 100% total recovery for each step enable further flexibility in the preparation of data required by world-wide regulatory agencies for plant and livestock metabolism studies.
- Enhanced links to both Laura and Jane together with a new metabolism report which allows data columns from both the chromatography data package and Percent of TRR and Residue Concentration.
Huw Loaring, LabLogic's Systems Director will be available on the booth to demonstrate the new features. Additionally, for those unable to attend the conference previews can be arranged via WebEx. Please use the new 'Book an Appointment' feature on the events pages of this site to make arrangements.
LabLogic will be exhibiting at the 20th North American ISSX meeting which is being held at the Holton Orlando Bonnet Creek from Sunday 18th October until Wednesday 21st October and at the 2015 Annual AAPS meeting at the Orange County Convention Center from 25th October until the 28th.