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BIOVIA Biological Registration

BIOVIA Biological Registration enables you to register, search and report on a variety of biological entities from a simple, easy to use web client. Out-of-the-box, the system supports the registration of antibodies, hybridomas, immortalized cell lines, plasmids, proteins, siRNAs, yeasts and vaccines. Capabilities are also provided for developing chemically modified biological entities such as antibody drug conjugates or pegylated peptides for registration. Built in close collaboration with top pharmaceutical companies, this award-winning system enables you to:

  • Establish the identity of biological materials by determining their uniqueness and how they relate to one another so that you can avoid the confusion, errors and costs associated with mistakenly treating biological reagents as either identical or distinct and understand their lineage and origin
  • Track the progress of biological materials through development and discovery via corporate and lot identifiers assigned by the system
  • Meet current and future needs by creating new entities, modifying existing entities, or by modifying existing business rules for registration, all without having to write any code
  • Make better decisions faster by using real-time reports, dashboards and powerful query tools to give managers the information they need, exactly when they need it.
  • Reduce total cost of ownership by using an out-of-the-box system that offers flexibility, scalability, and reduced complexity to ensure that the total cost of ownership is lower than creating and maintaining an in-house solution.

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Read the BIOVIA Biological Registration datasheet

BIOVIA Biological Registration is built on the BIOVIA Foundation, making it easy for you to extend capabilities and integrate with other applications and third party systems:

Building a relationship query to find monoclonal antibodies generated by transfection of a cell line.

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