Microscopy and GxP with LabTwin

Safely annotate microscopic findings such as drug efficiency or toxicity in the dark, complement your image recognition software, and move from R&D feasibility to commercialization in regulated industries with user-based Audit Trails.

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How do you record results and comply with GxP in the dark?

In the highly regulated pharmaceutical industry, all scientific processes and results must be recorded and validated. However, methods such as fluorescent microscopy, must be performed in the dark, which makes it very difficult to accurately record experimental conditions and results in a compliant way. Before using LabTwin, a top 10 pharma scientist had to leave the microscope room or turn on a dim light to write down her results with pen and paper before transferring them to an ELN or LIMS.

A-Ha moment:

The scientist searched for another solution and realized that she could establish safe workflows and document all her findings by voice while visualizing results in the dark microscopy room. Now she uses LabTwin’s voice-powered digital lab assistant to record all results in real-time without needing light, which would compromise her GxP-validated environment.

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Note-taking in the dark

Scientists can record key observations and data when performing microscopy in the dark, thus allowing GxP compliance in all experimental conditions. LabTwin’s digital lab assistant automatically transcribes voice notes and adds them to existing digital documentation while complying with user-management and security regulations.

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Key takeaways:

  • > With LabTwin’s voice-powered digital lab assistant, scientists can safely document results in any experimental conditions, including complete darkness
  • > Researchers can continue uninterrupted compliant experiments, and simultaneously record results, in real time, in a digitally secure format
  • > LabTwin automatically syncs all findings to the archive where scientists can continue working on their observations and integrate these with images and datasheets from their desktops

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