Baobab LIMS is a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) designed for the collection, processing and storage of human biospecimens.
The system was designed a priori using the Standard operating procedures (SOPs) of the NHLS-Stellenbosch University Biobank.
Baobab LIMS comprises modules for biospecimen kit assembly, biospecimen shipping, storage management, analysis requests, reporting and invoicing. Current developed SOPs define the biobanking activities of the Biobank and in an effort to extend the usability of the system, collaborations which incorporate SOPs generated by other Biobanking facilities, are ongoing.
Baobab LIMS is written in Plone, a Python framework known for its robustness, and inherits some modules from Bika LIMS. Baobab LIMS can be customized to your lab’s specific requirements.
Support: Documentation, GitHub Code Repository
License: GNU General Public License v3.0
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