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Mettler Toledo and PDS Pathology Data Systems Integrate Powerful Solutions for Faster and More Accurate Preclinical Studies
Date:4/19/2010

Preclinical research takes a giant step forward with two industry leading companies creating an integration breakthrough with toxicology software and study-scaled capsule filling device.

Greifensee, Zurich (PRWEB) April 19, 2010 -- The world-class preclinical software developer PDS Pathology Data System (PDS) and METTLER TOLEDO (MT), global manufacturer of weighing technology, announce a cooperative initiative to improve the security and accuracy of preclinical processes. The result of the collaboration is an integration of the powerful MT powder dosing system, Quantos and the PDS mission-critical software system, ToxData. The solution will provide significant efficiencies while increasing data security and assuring full regulatory compliance.

In making this historic announcement, Matthias Gietenbruch, Head of Automated Weighing and Dosing of MT explained, “Bringing the integration of Quantos and ToxData together in the preclinical laboratory is truly a landmark for efficiency and accuracy. We are pleased to forging this alliance with PDS. They have distinguished themselves as being customer-focused and leaders in innovative preclinical software solutions."

Reto Aerni, CEO of PDS, commented, “PDS has always taken pride in raising the bar in the preclinical space. The opportunity to work with METTLER TOLEDO in such an innovative project and provide our mutual customers a synergistic value that is simply unavailable anywhere else is exciting and representative of the best that both our companies stand for."

Quantos is a novel powder dosing system that provides unprecedented dose filling speed and accuracy in the preclinical lab. ToxData is a leading protocol-driven software system used for acquiring, measuring and reporting preclinical study data. Through the interface of the two systems, accurate work lists are sent to the dosing system and dose preparations
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