ALN Publishes Article on Whole Animal Database by Noesys Data

Article on Artios Software Suite is published by ALN, a respected industry publication covering animal research institutions and markets.

Cary, NC, July 21, 2010 --( Noesys Data announced that an article detailing the need for whole animal databases like its’ Artios™ Software Suite was recently published in ALN magazine. ALN magazine is a multi-media resource for products and information to design, build, equip, and operate research animal facilities globally. From new product announcements to timely articles, ALN features the latest technology, products, and equipment used in laboratory animal science.

“Having a respected industry publication like ALN publish the Artios article shows us that industry experts agree with our assessment of the need for a whole animal database to increase efficiency and reduce the time it takes to get from data collection to results reports,” commented Tom Bennett, Director of New Business Development for Noesys Data. Bennett further described “time after time, when we talk to research scientists or PI’s they see the need for a tool like Artios. The researchers and their technicians see Artios’ unique ability to bring all the different data types into one database for meta-analysis. This gives them a new and powerful context in which they can view all of their data. We have had researchers tell us they have been able to identify new leading indicators for a disease because of Artios’ meta-analysis capabilities. It was something they would not have seen if all their data was not in Artios.”

The article covers areas of diverse data capture and analysis, protocol standardization across remote locations and collaborating institutions, decreased time from data collection to report generation that are significantly impacted by the implementation of an integrated database and the suite of software products that surround it.

The article The "Whole Animal" Database can be read on line at ALN ( or in print format at

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