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🧬 Other Bio Tech

Software and tools related to biotechnology and life sciences.

The best Other Bio Tech Products based on votes, our collection of reviews, verified products and a total of 673 factors

Top Other Bio Tech Products

  1. 169

    Transform your R&D with the industry's most widely adopted Life Sciences R&D Cloud.

    freemium

  2. 89

    Electronic laboratory information management software

  3. 90

    SnapGene offers the fastest and easiest way to plan, visualize, and document DNA cloning and PCR. You can easily annotate features and design primers.

  4. 82

    Biological sequence alignment editor

  5. 71

    UGENE is free open-source cross-platform bioinformatics software

  6. 76

    A SaaS, in the cloud LIMS with zero upfront cost for laboratories to digitize their operations, manage data, and meet compliance seamlessly.

    paid Free Trial $220.0 / Monthly (/user Billed Annually (Minimum order quantity is 5 users))

  7. 72

    Work with one partner for all your lab data management needs. We offer LIMS, SDMS, ELN solutions, as well as Cloud Services, Mobile and Advanced Analytics.

  8. 68

    Geneious combines all the major DNA and protein sequence analysis tools into one revolutionary...

  9. 54

    ChemDraw - The Gold Standard for Chemical Structure Drawing and Research Publications.

  10. 60

    SOFTlab is a design studio based in New York City.

  11. 66

    DNA analysis, cloning and sequencing software

  12. 69

    LABVANTAGE offers a comprehensive portfolio of solutions for the laboratory, including LIMS, quality ELN and business intelligence.

  13. 42

    Quartzy is the world's #1 lab management software for life science companies. Manage inventory, track lab supply orders, and buy everything, all in one place.

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