PHORESIS CORE is the unique software developed by Sebia enabling users to interpret, manage, store and consult the assay results produced by the Sebia instruments.
Easy to use and feature rich, PHORESIS CORE drives Sebia instruments and provides quick and efficient data management. PHORESIS can be utilized by all Sebia instruments for either capillary or agarose gel electrophoresis techniques, simplifying the review, interpretation and validation process.
Its advanced networking capabilities can satisfy the most complex laboratory needs, whether it is managing workload or customizing the network application to provide remote access from any other site, within the core laboratory or satellite locations across towns.
The PostgreSQL CLIENT/SERVER technology enables multi-site management by different operators validating different steps of the reporting process.
All these steps can be done, simultaneously, at the instrument site or from remote location.
PHORESIS can provide a central database.
No matter which level of organization complexity the lab reaches, PHORESIS can be deployed on a simple and single instrument, and it can also be spread over multiple locations.
PHORESIS can be adapted to the customer needs and workflow.
During the last 20 years, Sebia developed a tool dedicated to its menu management. PHORESIS provides all the relevant features for the test management.
interpretated with PHORESIS every year by our customers!
Evolution makes the difference.
The power of up to 36 capillaries in one automated high volume workcell.
Connect our flexible electrophoresis instrument on lab automation track.
Large menu with high quality results on gel electrophoresis.
The compact and affordable automation of Capillary Electrophoresis.
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