Laboratory Information Management System Chain of Custody: Reliability and Security

@article{Tomlinson2006LaboratoryIM,
  title={Laboratory Information Management System Chain of Custody: Reliability and Security},
  author={Julianna Jade Tomlinson and W. Elliott-Smith and T. Radosta},
  journal={Journal of Automated Methods & Management in Chemistry},
  year={2006},
  volume={2006}
}
A chain of custody (COC) is required in many laboratories that handle forensics, drugs of abuse, environmental, clinical, and DNA testing, as well as other laboratories that want to assure reliability of reported results. Maintaining a dependable COC can be laborious, but with the recent establishment of the criteria for electronic records and signatures by US regulatory agencies, laboratory information management systems (LIMSs) are now being developed to fully automate COCs. The extent of… CONTINUE READING

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