Every step of the experiment is recorded by One Lab and an automatic report is produced, which completely supports both troubleshooting and auditing requirements.The laboratory protocol in One Lab can be defined via an intuitive graphical drag-and-drop design interface.For instance, to carry out a liquid handling operation, the necessary samples and consumables can be incorporated on the virtual bench, and then the pipette can be dragged from the source to the endpoint in the same manner as one would do on a real bench.
When a protocol is set in One Lab, users can implement it in numerous ways, based on how their laboratory is furnished.
In case users do not have any One Lab-compatible devices, the software will guide them — step by step — through the manual implementation of a protocol workflow.
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Manual pipetting is the most tedious and tiresome task in the lab, but the shift to liquid handling automation can be equally tough.
Pipette is the simplest solution for improved results: while an operator performs an experiment, it defines the parameters and settings of the electronic pipettes via software, eliminating tiresome and error-prone pipette operations.
However, the One Lab procedures can be securely shared with fellow lab members or even co-workers in other labs, across the globe.
Protocols formulated in One Lab guarantee that each step of the experiment can be appropriately performed, minimizing the probability of error or faulty interpretations, and avoiding the wastage of funding and valuable research time.