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BioProcessDB LIMS

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ProBioData's BioProcessDB 2.0 is a fermentation management system for the administration of complete fermentation processes. All important process data can be entered or automatically calculated. The recorded shaking flask experiments/batches can be linked to family trees. Extensive searching capabilities are available.

The software can be connected with the process control system MFCS/win 2.1 from Sartorius Stedim Biotech and expand its data management capabilities significantly. Parallel connections to multiple MFCS servers are possible.

ProBioData BioProcessDB works as a client server system and uses Microsoft SQL Server as the underlying platform.

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ProBioData GmbH
Hanns-Eisler-Straße 2 10409 Berlin Germany

Tel: +49 (0) 30 92900831

Email: info@probiodata.de



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