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Old 04-02-2010, 07:10 AM   #1
scrosby
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Default Looking for LIMS

Rather than putting the resources into building one, we are seeking to buy or borrow a LIMS. Our facility will be NextGen (2 HiSeqs, 2-3 GAIIx) and currently has a complete (Affy, Agilent, illumina, Nimblegen) microarray core.

We'd like a Web-based system that:
> tracks projects
> tracks samples and sample "offspring" (e.g. cDNA derived from an RNA sample would become a new sample which needs to be tied to the source sample)
> tracks collaborators creates bills
> allows collaborators to log in and submit samples and follow their projects
> tracks reagents, tying them to projects
> tracks technicians, tying them to projects

Any recommendations would be very appreciated!!
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Old 04-08-2010, 01:02 PM   #2
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Honestly, all the products I've seen out there are quite expensive, and not enough customization is allowed for our needs (UM Core Facility).

Our core has 3 GAIIx, 1 454, 1 Beadstation, 1 ABI7900HT, 1 Sequenom 3 ABI 3730XL, and a bunch of other small equipment -- I've developed our own home-grown LIMs that has online sample submission & project quote generation, tracks samples & projects across all our platforms, allows clients to monitor the status of their samples online, tracks reagents, automates billing, and has a 'tech tools' area so they can plan & organize their work better.

It's been our best option; every time we get a new instrument or unconventional project I can modify the design to accommodate it. The techs love that they can request a button to do this or a new sorting feature and boom it's there in a day.

The whole thing runs on Sybase & has a perl CGI web front-end, so development tools are free, you just need a server and someone to set it up.
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Old 04-09-2010, 05:31 AM   #3
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I think you should inquire about Biotracker LIMS

Recently their LIMS has been selected by The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center of their Research Core Facilities.

http://www.ocimumbio.com/lims2/
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Old 04-30-2013, 05:19 AM   #4
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Try a simple free to use OncoSTS http://sourceforge.net/projects/onco...urce=directory
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