BioTe Veterinary Laboratories Blends Clinical Diagnostics with State-of-the-Art Technology Using Matrix Gemini LIMS

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BioTe Veterinary Laboratories is using Matrix Gemini Veterinary LIMS to manage their laboratory workflow and analytical data to drive efficient operations in their new purpose-built laboratory facility.

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Based in the UK, BioTe Veterinary Laboratories provides clinical services to veterinary practices and their clients nationwide. BioTe’s mission is to use the latest tools and techniques to provide high-quality diagnostic results in an efficient and timely manner. The newly opened purpose-built laboratory achieves this by blending the best of a traditional veterinary clinical diagnostic laboratory with the latest analytical techniques and technology.

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Diagnostic services cover the broad spectrum of animal species including Equine, Farm Animals and Small Animals. A broad spectrum of tests are covered including hematology, chemistry, endocrinology, dermatology, cytology, urinalysis, fecal panels and gram stains. Their aim is to be a seamless extension of in-house veterinary capabilities, offering extended know-how and expertise.

Matrix Gemini Veterinary LIMS was chosen as the preferred solution. “We were keen to find a robust information management system for our diagnostic laboratory. But it also needed to be a flexible and scalable solution that would grow with our business. We wanted a LIMS vendor who would listen to our requirements and adapt the solution over the long haul to meet the needs of our fast-growing business,” said Charlie Pinkham, Veterinary Surgeon and Director of BioTe.

The system includes built-in Matrix Configuration tools, allowing user screens to be configured by authorized users using the graphical editor. Reports have been designed to provide appropriate certificates of analysis containing the required results for clients. As a scalable solution Matrix Gemini can grow to accommodate additional users, locations, and functionality as the needs of BioTe evolve.