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LIMSjournal - Spring 2016
Volume 2, Issue 1
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LIMSjournal - Spring 2016: Volume 2, Issue 1

This collection of 12 open-access journal articles loaded to LIMSwiki in January–March 2016 is compiled as a convenient, easy-to-access compilation. It is organized alphabetically by topic, with the first author and publication year appearing at the end for your convenience.

1. Laboratory and bioinformatics
Design, implementation and operation of a multimodality research imaging informatics repository (Nguyen et al. 2015)
Djeen (Database for Joomla!’s Extensible Engine): A research information management system for flexible multi-technology project administration (Stahl et al. 2013)
MaPSeq, a service-oriented architecture for genomics research within an academic biomedical research institution (Reilly et al. 2015)
NG6: Integrated next generation sequencing storage and processing environment (Mariette et al. 2012)
OpenChrom: A cross-platform open source software for the mass spectrometric analysis of chromatographic data (Wenig et al. 2010)
STATegra EMS: An experiment management system for complex next-generation omics experiments (Hernández-de-Diego et al. 2014)
2. Health informatics
Custom software development for use in a clinical laboratory (Sinard et al. 2012)
Diagnostic time in digital pathology: A comparative study on 400 cases (Vodovnik 2016)
Efficient sample tracking with OpenLabFramework (List et al. 2014)
3. Miscellaneous
No specimen left behind: Industrial scale digitization of natural history collections (Blagoderov et al. 2012)
The development of the Public Health Research Data Management System (van Gaans et al. 2015)
The need for informatics to support forensic pathology and death investigation (Levy 2015)