Test management, archiving and sending data2018-10-05T10:53:45+00:00

Test management, archiving and sending data


It is with a true culture of service that we ensure the monitoring of each project. Discover the key steps which mark the completion of your test which may or may not be carried out in GLP conditions.

Project planning:

Ahead of each project, a set of specifications is drafted, with regard to a test performed under (or not under) GLP conditions. It is in this step that the work is planned depending on the occupancy rate of the laboratory and the needs of the customer. These specifications also formalize each technical specificity required for the project. As soon as the document is signed by HISTALIM and its customer, the work may begin.

Test Management:

For all the projects which are entrusted to us, a Senior Test Manager is appointed for ensuring the coordination of tasks and liaison with the Research Head. He is in charge of mobilizing trained and qualified personnel within the laboratory for carrying out our services.

The tests with which we are entrusted scrupulously comply with the traceability of the specimens using a specially developed in-house database. At the end of each test, Histalim provides a phase report describing the different steps of the project and presenting the experimental results.

All additional tasks such as literature search and statistical analysis can be done on request.

Archiving :

A safe place is reserved in the main site of Histalim for archiving the files of analysis. This room, with controlled access, is designed to protect the data which are lodged there. In addition, for archiving the biological specimens, we provide our -20°C and -80°C freezers.

Sending the data :

After each trial, Histalim returns to the customer the slides prepared, the numerical data, the remaining specimens and all the other items belonging to him. In order to do this, the laboratory works with transporters authorized to carry biological materials under optimal conditions (eg.: transportation in dry ice). It is also possible to destroy these data on request.