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BxArraytm Database

This is a Microsoft Access Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS)  Database that is designed for academic research laboratories or small biotechnology companies performing DNA, SNP, Protein or other  microarray studies. The maximum size of the database is 2GB. If larger capacity is needed, such as for medium to production facilities,  then the Client-Server version BxArrayCStm Database should be used.

Key Benefits

bulletThe database can be stored and accessed from a client PC workstation and does not require a network configuration with a server operating system.  Macintosh computers will need to use the BxArrayCStm with a server operating system that provides Services for Macintosh (SFM).
bulletIt can be used to manage users and projects and associated grants and contracts.
bulletIt can be used to manage all targets, samples and slides or chips and their information.
bulletIt can be used to store results from scanning, analysis, hybridization conditions and algorithm parameters.
bulletIts design will allow it to be seamlessly linked to knowledge databases.
bulletThis database can be upsized to Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, Sybase or other client/server databases when larger capacity is needed or when the laboratory requires a client/server database for distributed operation.

The architecture of this system is described in the Documents Section under  BxArray Process Flow.  The  Hardware Configurations document describes different computer configurations that can be used for this system.

 

 

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