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As a GxP (GCP, GLP, GMP) lab, BioAgilytix implements and upholds only the most stringent data management and reporting procedures to guarantee that the data you receive is reliable, reproducible, and compliant.As an output of their analytical services, bioanalytical laboratories generate large amounts of discovery-critical data. Equally important as the scientific rigor of the laboratory are the procedures in place to manage, organize, secure, process and back-up these data sets. Don’t leave your data to chance – guarantee its integrity with BioAgilytix’s data management practices.
Not only is data management a pillar of responsible scientific research, it is also of critical concern to the companies outsourcing their large molecule bioanalysis. Reported results are the parameters by which to determine whether or not to proceed with a given drug candidate. If this data is not properly managed or is in any way compromised, so is the discovery. BioAgilytix understands that a comprehensive approach to data management is an essential characteristic of the optimal bioanalytical partner.
As such, we uphold the following principles of bioanalytical data management:
Extremely well-versed in industry reporting standards, we provide the right data in the right format, so you can make the right decisions. Our scientific team works hand in hand with our experienced Quality Assurance department to uphold the most current data-related regulatory requirements of your project, whether under GLP, GCP, or GMP guidelines.
When you need a proven GxP laboratory with a proven approach to data management, look no further than BioAgilytix. Our quality commitment means that we address every quality aspect related to our science, technologies, information, and services in a cohesive manner so that data integrity is maintained throughout the project lifecycle.
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