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AIT Bioscience Presents Poster at the Society of Quality Assurance Annual Meeting

The Case of the Failing Pipette Last week, Anaheim, California hosted the Society of Quality Assurance (SQA) 34th Annual Meeting. The SQA Annual Meeting is committed to advancing the standards of quality assurance. The theme for this year’s SQA annual meeting was The Wonderful World of Quality. During this year’s meeting, AIT Bioscience’s Quality Assurance … read the full article » »

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ELN as More than a Lab Notebook

ELN as More than a Lab Notebook Does your CRO use its ELN to its full potential?   Electronic laboratory notebooks (ELN) have been adopted across a wide range of scientific research and development companies. Typically implemented as an add-on to an existing system of paper notebooks, these systems have largely served as a “sticker … read the full article » »

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AIT Bioscience Offers New Screening Level Assay

AIT Bioscience Offers New Screening Level Assay     A fit-for-purpose approach to bioanalytical assay support balances intended use of data with regulatory requirements and budgets. FDA regulated studies (GLP Tox or Clinical) require the use of a fully validated bioanalytical assay. However, for non-regulated studies sponsors often ask themselves, and their bioanalytical CRO partners, … read the full article » »

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Is Your ELN Lab Optimized for Faster, Better Data?

Bioanalytical contract research organizations (CROs) have been adopting electronic lab notebooks (ELNs) for several years now, but few ELN labs deploy a validated, fully-integrated platform. As we recently wrote for Contract Pharma, the jump from an electronic sticker book to a truly paperless workflow can revolutionize a lab’s efficiency and prevent errors before they happen. … read the full article » »



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Electronic Raw Data and the Use of Electronic Laboratory Notebooks

By Ron Shoup, Ph.D.   Computer-based electronic data capture has been the standard in chromatography and mass spectrometry data systems for over 20 years.   About 15 years ago, FDA recognized the widespread use and convenience of electronic data for regulatory submissions and implemented 21 CFR Part 11 to broadly describe the requirements for the collection, … read the full article » »



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Tailoring ELN Workflows

  By: Ron Shoup   Setting up an Electronic Lab Notebook requires time, money, and most importantly, knowledge of the workflows that are performed in your laboratory.   As lab scientists, we sometimes overlook the inherent flexibility and numerous options that paper-based forms offer, whether for informal research or regulated analysis.  For example, graduate students can … read the full article » »

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Strategy for Designing Electronic Lab Notebook Workflows Both Flexible Enough for R&D and Comprehensive Enough for Regulated Work

By: Brian D. Beato*; April L. Pisek; Jessica M. White   Electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) workflows are typically designed for either research or regulated use. Documentation requirements for regulated sample analysis are unnecessarily comprehensive and rigid for free-form research. Creating and validating separate templates targeted for different uses is inefficient. Presented here is a widely applicable, strategy for … read the full article » »

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Efficient Strategy for Generating Method-Specific Workflows in an Electronic Lab Notebook

By: Brian D. Beato; Jessica M. White; and April L. Pisek   One common concern among scientists regarding implementing an electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) is that method-specific workflows (or templates) may either lack sufficient detail to be useful, or require repeated validation exercises for each new method. However, with the widely applicable strategy for designing ELN workflows outlined … read the full article » »

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A Paper-Free Fully Regulated Bioanalytical Assay Validation of Fentanyl in Human Plasma

By: Brian J. Engel; Michael R. Pugh; Barbara J. Carel; and Ronald E. Shoup   A fully validated bioanalytical method for fentanyl in EDTA human plasma spanning 5.00 – 5000 pg/mL was generated in a completely paperless laboratory. The model presented illustrates the application and interaction of multiple electronic laboratory systems to execute and document a validation … read the full article » »

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Using Electronic Lab Notebook Functionality for Validating Electronic Lab Notebook Workflows

By: Brian D. Beato*; Timothy P. Grever; Laurel E. Branstrator   The use of electronic laboratory notebooks (ELNs) for regulated bioanalysis requires validation of numerous ELN workflows (templates). Presented here is a strategy for using common ELN functionality to validate workflows such that reviews are more efficient and comprehensive than for traditional software validation. The resulting electronic records … read the full article » »

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