Pharmaceutical Computing

Pharmaceutical Computing

Pharmaceutical Computing

Pharmaceutical Enterprise Advanced Computing Solutions

Since 1987 CIT has been supplying into the pharmaceuticals sectors with computing solutions that use laboratory information management systems sector for LIMS(Laboratory Information Management System), Pathology, Reprotoxicolgy, Chemical drug discovery and development, peer to peer code review, product qualification, validation, Electronic CFR21 part 11 and bespoke software development

Digital Filmless Autoradiography
Autoradiography X-ray Imaging can be achieved with phosphor imaging to analyze a wide variety of electrophoresis applications such as Southern, Northern and Western blots, band shift assays, 2-D gels and quantitative PCR. The CIT's Digital Radiography System replaces x-ray films with phosphor imaging plates.
Thin Layer Chromatography Imaging system
Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) is a widespread separation technique, which allows an effective and precise determination of component present in a mixture. Major improvements have been done on the image analyzing process.
Light Microscopy Imaging System
Light Microscopy Imaging System based on OPACS technology enables image acquisition directly from the microscope, therby providing great benefit to the pharmaceutical sector in terms of time and ease of carrying out the task. At the same time, providing advantages of digital imaging.
Ultra High Resolution Pathology Computing System
Digitizes slide data at high resolution for reporting and inspection purposes.
Clinical studies
Pharmaceutical clinical studies that incorporate radiology or radiographic films, linked to various hospitals can now adopt CIT's Radiograph Film Digitization and Analysis Technique. This provides evidence research decision based upon radiological investigative studies which can be quantitatively measured.
Digital Electronic Image Jukebox Data Storage Unit
Jukebox data storage provides an immediate solution to storage problem of electronic data.
Pharmaceutical Computing