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“LabLogic focuses on user needs,” says pharma researcher

The latest comments on LabLogic Systems have come from Jonathan Attwood of AstraZeneca R & D in Charnwood, UK.

 
PRLog - Jan. 27, 2011 - Dr  Jonathan Attwood, group manager of clinical pharmacology & DMPK at AstraZeneca R & D Charnwood, has over 15 years’ experience of the company’s software and hardware - the drug metabolism LIMS Debra, the Laura radiochromatography system, Seescan for Whole Body Autoradiography, the Beta-RAM radio HPLC detector and the Sofie stop flow controller.

“During this time I have seen that LabLogic’s people are committed to continuous development of their products in response to user needs, both through direct feedback to the company and via their regular - and very informative - user group meetings,” he says.

“The meetings are particularly useful in getting the views of others in the industry on the best use and application of instruments and software.”

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LabLogic Systems has been supplying nucleonic instrumentation and scientific software since 1979. Principal clients are pharmaceutical, agrochemical and contract research organisations, who use the company's products in their research and development activities.

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