With a LIMS, you can automate workflows, integrate instruments, and manage samples and associated information
A Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) is software that allows you to effectively manage samples and associated data. By using a LIMS, your lab can automate workflows, integrate instruments, and manage samples and associated information. Additionally, you can produce reliable results more quickly and can track data from sequencing runs over time and across experiments to improve efficiency.
Modern genomics generates an unprecedented amount of data. Faced with increasing data volumes and sample throughput along with frequent changes in technology, labs must modernize their approach to managing, tracking, and centralizing genomics data.
Although the primary purpose of a LIMS is to track and manage samples, it can do so much more. It can:
Learn five key things a LIMS can do in addition to tracking samples.View Infographic
We offer guidance to next-generation sequencing (NGS) labs on selecting a LIMS. These include the key features to look for, and considerations around the types of instruments you’ll need to integrate. Managing and sequencing samples are particularly beneficial in a high-throughput environment due to the efficiency and accuracy a LIMS provides.Learn How to Choose an NGS LIMS
BaseSpace Clarity LIMS is designed for genomics labs and optimized for NGS studies. As a key component in the BaseSpace Informatics Suite, it helps laboratories track samples, and optimize procedures and workflows. Our LIMS solution integrates with Illumina instruments and other mission-critical laboratory tools.View Product
In this application note, you’ll learn about the traditional barriers to LIMS (laboratory information management system) adoption and a vision of a modern LIMS that helps labs conduct better, faster, higher-quality research and clinical lab work.Read App Note
If you’re trying to decide on the right LIMS for your NGS-based lab, how do you determine the best solution? This app note outlines the top criteria to consider when deciding on LIMS and applications. Topics include integration, support, customization, and more.Read App Note
Beck’s Hybrids, a family-owned seed company, uses a LIMS to benefit farmers through enhanced sample tracking.
New York Genome Center efficiently implemented a LIMS to support their complex sequencing operations.
The Science for Life Lab implemented a LIMS to cope with increasing sample volume in multiple labs.
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