ALA will also be supporting the introduction of BioloMICS software to assist those working with collections of microorganisms.
Implementation of BioloMICS will mean not only providing software, but working with each organisation to help migrate existing data, setting up the means to share that data through ALA and AMRiN, training of personnel, and ensuring adequate technical support.
Nathalie van de Wiele, a microbiologist and BioloMICS specialist from Utrecht, Netherlands, will be assisting collections in Australia with training and working with the software.
More information at http://www.ala.org.au/about/program-of-projects/biolomics/
ABInBev, the largest brewer in the world to use BioloMICS for its microbial databases and analyzes.
Institut Pasteur in Paris now using BioloMICS for the management of fungal databases
Health Protection Agency (UK) using BioloMICS for the management of their fungal (Bristol branch) and Bacterial (NCTC, London branch) databases.
From a culture collection/scientific point of view the best database NCTC has ever had is the BioLoMICS one and the best website NCTC is ever likely to have is that which you developed for us based on our BioLoMICS and publicly available data
Barry Holmes DSc, PhD, MSc, CBiol, FSB
Since 2006, we have the privilege to use the BioloMICS software at the National Reference Center for Mycoses at the Institut Pasteur. One of our missions is the identification of yeasts and filamentous fungi responsible for invasive infections in humans and animals. By using the BioloMICS software we were able to create our own fungal database which stores all the clinical, biological and molecular data. This utmost tool permits us to perform routinely all kind of clustering (physiological, molecular), microplate reading and sequence management. Finally, the “BioAware support” provides immediate and efficient solutions for specific modifications or technical hitches.
Dea Garcia-Hermoso, Marie Desnos-Ollivier, Françoise Dromer
BioloMICS is the largest and most complete software for the management, the analysis and the publication of any biological data. It's the Swiss Army Knife for biologists, ecologists, taxonomists and molecular biology researchers. A great tool, we couldn't work without anymore.