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LIMSjournal - Spring 2020
Volume 6, Issue 1
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LIMSjournal - Spring 2020: Volume 6, Issue 1

This collection of 12 open-access journal articles loaded to LIMSwiki in January–March 2020 is compiled as a convenient, easy-to-access compilation. It is organized alphabetically by topic and then by author, with the author and publication year appearing at the end for your convenience.

1. Cybersecurity
A security review of local government using NIST CSF: A case study (Ibrahim et al. 2018)
Information technology and medical technology personnel’s perception regarding segmentation of medical devices: A focus group study (Johansson et al. 2020)
2. Laboratory informatics and bioinformatics
One tool to find them all: A case of data integration and querying in a distributed LIMS platform (Grand et al. 2019)
ROBOT: A Tool for Automating Ontology Workflows (Jackson et al. 2019)
From command-line bioinformatics to bioGUI (Joppich and Zimmer 2019)
Design and implementation of a clinical laboratory information system in a low-resource setting (Mtonga et al. 2019)
Universal LIMS-based platform for the automated processing of cell-based assays (Schmieder et al. 2019)
3. Laboratory medicine and analysis
Project management in laboratory medicine (Lippi and Mattiuzi 2019)
Ultra-high-performance liquid chromatography coupled with quadrupole-Orbitrap high-resolution mass spectrometry for multi-residue analysis of mycotoxins and pesticides in botanical nutraceuticals (Narváez et al. 2020)
Point-of-care RNA-based diagnostic device for COVID-19 (Yang et al. 2020)
4. Open source paradigm
What is the "source" of open-source hardware? (Bonvoisin et al. 2017)
Leveraging conservation action with open‐source hardware (Hill et al. 2019)