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  1. LIMS
  2. LIMS-3112

Instrument. Somascope. Somatic Cell Count

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    • Type: Improvement
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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      Perten was bought by Perkin Elmer it seems. Brochure attached, awaiting more information.

      Uses the same Dlink middleware as the Lactoscope, https://jira.bikalabs.com/browse/LIMS-3094

      Good SCC description, Using Milk Somatic Cell Count Information, https://extension.tennessee.edu/publications/Documents/W150.pdf

      1. 200610.xls
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      2. SomaScope Smart EN 20182337.pdf
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          lemoene lemoene added a comment - - edited

          Example file 200610.xls uploaded. Annotated here

          From email

          • Which column carries the result?
            Result per replicate is Column F “Cell Count”, Final result is Column H “Mean”
          • There seems to be multiple 'passes' per sample, not always the same number. Which one of the rows is to be used?

          As above. These are replicates, with final result being the mean in Column H.

          • How are the number of passes determined?

          It depends on volume of sample submitted. Ideally 3 replicates (which we can do for bulk tank samples), but individual cow samples, there is generally only enough for one replicate.

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          lemoene lemoene added a comment - - edited Example file 200610.xls uploaded. Annotated here From email Which column carries the result? Result per replicate is Column F “Cell Count”, Final result is Column H “Mean” There seems to be multiple 'passes' per sample, not always the same number. Which one of the rows is to be used? As above. These are replicates, with final result being the mean in Column H. How are the number of passes determined? It depends on volume of sample submitted. Ideally 3 replicates (which we can do for bulk tank samples), but individual cow samples, there is generally only enough for one replicate.
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          lemoene lemoene added a comment -

          OK, by exploiting the current importing architecture feature for handling multiple results for the same Sample, and reading the Mean value which is the same on each row for a Sample in the import, 1 - 5

          By reading the Instrument files into the generic importer CSV format, it can be imported. I'll write it up in another HowTo shortly

          Not perfect but workable, we can return to this one later, when we have more time Shaun Groenink? We use this budget elsewhere for now

          Moved to lower priority

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          lemoene lemoene added a comment - OK, by exploiting the current importing architecture feature for handling multiple results for the same Sample, and reading the Mean value which is the same on each row for a Sample in the import, 1 - 5 By reading the Instrument files into the generic importer CSV format, it can be imported. I'll write it up in another HowTo shortly Not perfect but workable, we can return to this one later, when we have more time Shaun Groenink ? We use this budget elsewhere for now Moved to lower priority

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