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[Bio-software] Simple, Easy to use Sample Tracking and Cell Culture Software. New features released!

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Simple, Easy to use Sample Tracking and Cell Culture Software. New 
features released!


The Cell Culture module is a highly specialized protocol-driven system 
designed to support development of the cell lines. Cell Culture manages 
activities related to the growth and maintenance of cell lines, provides 
stable cell lines development and incorporates laboratory methods 
facilitating faster and more accurate inventory lifecycle management: 
from the procurement of cell lines and request processing to tracking of 
tubes and other items in the laboratories.

Cell Culture provides easy to follow, step-by-step protocols, with tips 
and notes and is of interest to researchers, technicians and process 
engineers using cell culture within the biotechnology, biomedicine and 
pharmaceutical industries.

Freezer Web Access is designed to fit your lab's existing workflow 
through its highly configurable and easy to manage set up, can support 
multiple independent data sets and mirror the unique process steps for 
each individual laboratory.

Freezer Web Access can track all of your research, development and 
process scale-up data in a single data storage platform, provides an 
organized and time effective means of keeping inventory and tracking 
samples on a large scale, integrates sample storage and data storage on 
one easy-to-use format, minimizes confusion and increases overall 
efficiency. With a multifaceted approach, the program allows for 
inventory to be maintained based on specific user requirements.

We would greatly appreciate any feedback you have on which modules you 
find particularly helpful, those for which you would suggest additions 
or corrections, as well as new features.
This information will be used to further enhance and improve the 

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