Dotmatics has released Bioregister, a biological registration system designed in collaboration with pharma and biotech organisations.

As a provider of informatics solutions and services to the life sciences market, Dotmatics has strengthened its platform with Bioregister to bring efficiency to biologics research.

Bioregister offers a complete biologics registration system, enabling organisations to track biological entities and capture research and development data.

It was designed in partnership with several pharma, biotech and CRO organisations to support the registration, lineage tracking, querying and reporting of antibodies, proteins, siRNAs, plasmids and cell lines from a simple integrated platform.

Bioregister is intended to meet the informatics needs of scientists who need to keep track of sequence information, batches of biological material related to these sequences, as well as related protocols and experiments.


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