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Dear G.I.T. Laboratory Journal Newsletter readers,

I would like to draw your attention to the Quo Vadis article of the current issue. The author provides insight into the problems arising from the different data formats used in different devices in the laboratory. His solution for the problem are two new standards, AnIML and SiLA. Please find the article here.

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Dr. Martin Graf-Utzmann
Managing Editor, G.I.T. Laboratory Journal




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