Digital Protocols
& MBRs

Achieve lab results that are more consistent, reproducible, and scalable with a library of tech-enabled protocols.

CellPort is Great for

Digitize Your Protocols, Master Your Operations

From centralized scheduling to digital SOPs, CellPort ensures the right actions are taken at the right time.

Generate MBRs in Just Minutes

Build electronic master batch records (MBRs) from your own library of customized protocols, workflows, and assays.

Streamline and Automate Workflows

Replace paper lab manuals and complicated spreadsheets with intuitive tools and built-in validation rules that reduce manual documentation.

Track Adherence to SOPs

Keep a pulse on your hectic lab environment with automated monitoring of each task, including timestamps, events, and employee information.

Upskill New Employees

When it comes time to scale your operations, digital protocols & MBRs simplify the learning curve and make it easy for new technicians to master their workflows.

Electronic Signatures and Approvals

Simply use electronic signatures for approvals with fully verifiable audit trails – compliant to 21 CFR Part 11 / Annex 11 Compliance for electronic signatures.

Recent Posts

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Fixing the Reproducibility Problem: Why Laboratories Need Traceability of Data and Processes

Cell culture labs today are struggling to handle intricate data streams produced from increasingly complex experimentation. The result: lab results that cannot be reproduced successfully.

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Tech Transferability

When scaling from research to manufacturing, or passing down academic research from one group to another, enormous amounts of insights and findings must be shared without any data leakage– since even the smallest oversight could lead to a detrimental loss of science.

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Due to the sensitive nature of cells, a seemingly harmless change in reagents, consumables, or materials used – whether the change is known or unknown i.e., caused by vendors or third parties – may cause unexpected results to the way cells behave. 

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