For bioassay research, complex workflows and stringent success criteria require you to use liquid handling solutions that offer both the flexibility to meet your unique workflow needs and the exceptional reproducibility your work demands. Design of Experiments (DOE), pooling large numbers of assay components, and sample randomization, commonly challenging for standard automated liquid handlers, can now be performed with ease on Echo Liquid Handlers for Regulated Environments.
Seamlessly integrating with your Echo Liquid Handler applications, Echo 21CFR11 Compliance Manager (ECM) enables information technology teams to directly manage Echo Liquid Handler user, protocol, and log file access through Microsoft Windows Active Directory. Five levels of user permissions are supported controlling who can view, create, edit, approve, archive, and delete data. Using advanced checksum verification algorithms, the software detects any data tampering assuring data integrity and peace of mind.
Echo Plate Reformat(EPR) Software
Echo 21CFR11 Compliance Manager(ECM) Software
Echo Combination Screen(ECS) Software
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How Acoustic Liquid Handling Can Improve Your Bioassay Workflows
Iain Russell, Ph.D., Sr. Product Manager at Labcyte compares acoustic droplet ejection (ADE) technology to standard tip-based liquid handlers, and how ADE can reduce run-to-run variability through method standardization and also reduce analyst variability in biological assays.
Seamless integration with Echo application software
User permissions management through Microsoft Windows Active Directory
Enforced data integrity using state-of-the-art checksum verification