Toxicology Reporting Module is suited for GCMS.

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Designed to meet requirements of high-throughput drug testing laboratory, Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry reporting module provides automated data processing and reporting tasks for drug screening analysis. It allows users to automate corrective action plans for evaluation of samples during batch sequence injections with user-specified QA/QC parameters. Module analyzes sequences with pass/fail criteria and automatically executes real-time user-defined corrective actions.



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Shimadzu Offers New Toxicology Reporting Module for GCMS



Shimadzu Scientific Instruments (SSI) introduces a gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) reporting module specifically designed to meet the requirements of a high-throughput drug testing laboratory. Automated data processing and reporting tasks enhance the productivity of drug screening analysis. Corrective actions take place without user intervention, saving time and minimizing sample loss.

When paired with Shimadzu's 2010 series of GCMS and GCMSsolution software, this toxicology reporting module allows users to automate corrective action plans for evaluation of samples during batch sequence injections with user-specified QA/QC parameters. The module analyzes sequences with pass/fail criteria and automatically executes real-time user-defined corrective actions. If defined QA/QC criteria are not met, samples are re-injected or analysis is stopped.

The module produces a simple, easy-to-read summary stating pass/fail results. Users can share a central point look-up table between multiple instruments. Toxicologists can quickly review each sample result within a batch run to determine QC and target compound identification. A batch summary report contains concise, one-line results and flags failed identification criteria.

Evaluation of a variety of QA/QC parameters, including sample upper/lower limits, precision, recovery, spiked samples and blank samples, is available. User-defined actions include rerun, stop, pause, goto and return commands.

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