Arthur Neuberger Publication06.08.2020
Article in two languages. Alumnus Arthur Neuberger hat in Würzburg Biologie, Wirtschaftswissenschaften und Europarecht studiert. Nach Stationen an der University of Cambridge, dem Tokyo Institute of Technology und der Rockefeller University forscht er aktuell am Columbia University Irving Medical Center in New York City. Im folgenden erhalten wir einen Einblick in seine neueste Publikation zum Thema "Intelligent reaction monitoring and holistic data management system for the molecular biology lab"
Alumnus Arthur Neuberger studied biology, economy and european law in Wuerzburg. After working at the University of Cambridge, the Tokyo Institute of Technology and the Rockefeller University he is currently stationed at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center in New York City.
Auszug aus dem Buch/ Extract from the Book:
"Daily alterations of routines and protocols create high, yet so far unmet demands for intelligent reaction monitoring, quality control and data management in molecular biology laboratories. To meet such needs, the “internet of things” is implemented here. We propose an approach which combines direct tracking of lab tubes, reactions and racks with a comprehensive data management system. Reagent tubes in this system are tagged with 2D data matrices or imprinted RFID-chips using a unique identification number. For each tube, individual content and all relevant information based on conducted experimental procedures are stored in an experimental data management system. This information is managed automatically but allow scientists to engage and interfere via user-friendly graphical interface. Tagged tubes are used in connection with a detectable RFID-tagged rack. We show that reaction protocols, HTS storage and complex reactions are easily planned and controlled."
Neuberger A, Ahmed Z, Dandekar T. IntelliEppi: Intelligent reaction monitoring and holistic data management system for the molecular biology lab. InFuture of Information and Communication Conference 2019 Mar 14 (pp. 392-407). Springer, Cham.