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james hadfield 09-14-2012 07:06 AM

Who is using Genologics LIMs
Hi all,

I'd like to find an NGS genologics customer to talk to. Is anyone using Geneus or their new Clarity LIMs? If you are based in Europe so much the better for a phone call!

Feel free to get in touch directly on +44(0)1223 404250

genbio64 09-14-2012 08:51 AM

I sent you an email but we are using that LIMS.

Jobjohn 05-31-2013 03:32 PM


Any thoughts on Clarity LIMS, serious looking at it for NHS diagnostic lab.

We got HiSeq, MiSeq, SOLiD 5500XL, 3730's, 3130's, HT7900, Cobas, Sequenom, Array stuff and a bunch of robots.

Thanks, JD.

james hadfield 10-10-2013 08:53 AM

We have now been using Clarity for six months or so, three-four months for everything NGS in the lab and I'd say its been a success. Now we have everyone in the lab used to using it and users submitting correctly the teething problems are pretty much over.

I'd recommend it for others in my position (especially once we get reporting working well) as it should make life much easier in the long term.

However as a research lab (and with only ilumina seqeuncners integrated) it is difficult to know what else you'd need for a diagnostic lab. Genologics have a CLIA whitepaper on their website which makes for interesting reading. Do let me know what you do? I'd like to get certified for clinical sequncing at some point and might need to ask you questions instead!

cabrennan 10-16-2013 02:59 PM


I saw some of your videos on UTube, Clairity looks pretty nice, but I didn't see anything about the analysis end of the process. Does it allow you to track your analysis too? Versions of software, date run, arguments used, that sort of thing?



james hadfield 10-21-2013 02:40 AM

Hmm, I'm not sure as I deal very much with the wetlab side. I know we use Clarity as part of our automated analaysis but I believe we get the data out and use an in-house built workflow manager to push the sequencing through the primary pipeline.

After primary analysis (QC, alignment, etc) we hand data over to people for the biological analysis and where they are using pipelines this information is tracked. I'd be pretty confident that in our Bioinformatics core everything is tracked.

sdarko 07-13-2015 11:48 AM

Hi James,

We are looking at ClarityLIMS for a small sequencing core. I'm interested to know how you liking using it an additional ~2 years after your initial post.


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kmcarr 02-20-2019 07:29 AM

Hello all. It has been a while since Illumina BaseSpace ClarityLIMS (nee Genologics) has been discussed and I wanted to see how users are feeling about the direction of the product since Illumina has taken over. I'm also wondering if users have upgraded to ClarityLIMS 5.x or are still using v4.2.x?

If you'd prefer to reply in a private message that's ok by me.

rekhanshi579 04-08-2019 03:21 AM

Those were quite helpful answers.

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Who is using Genologics LIMs
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dorrismillerrr123 08-12-2019 07:42 AM


Originally Posted by james hadfield (Post 84040)
Hi all,

I'd like to find an NGS genologics customer to talk to. Is anyone using Geneus or their new Clarity LIMs? If you are based in Europe so much the better for a phone call!

Feel free to get in touch directly on +44(0)1223 404250

These might help you for start -
And the most comprehensive review summing up and comparing the Illumina's MiSeq and Thermo's PGM -

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