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Model anything. Track everything.

Built to model and interconnect the data of life science – large molecules, cell lines, reagents, animals, and custom entities.

Build a digital infrastructure for your life science

  • Sequence-level intelligence about large molecules

    When registering DNA and protein constructs, Registry automatically identifies, registers, and interconnects their components. You can also enforce uniqueness constraints based on sequences, so you never register the same sequence twice.

  • Model large molecules and any other data – without a single line of code

    Codeless configuration and custom data types mean you can build a registry catered to your particular scientific needs, from CAR-T development to fermentation. Learn more about Codeless Configuration.

  • Automatically build complete experimental context

    With unified Applications and interlinked data, you can see everything that’s ever happened to any registered entity. Automatically surface data from one entity to its interlinked entities, so you never have to enter the same data twice.

Bio-intelligent links and other functions

  • When interlinking DNA and AA sequences, automatically ensure that the AA sequence is a valid translation
  • Enforce uniqueness constraints based on sequences
  • Automatically identify and interlink related DNA construct components
  • Unified Molecular Biology tools for working with DNA and amino acid sequences

Model rich, biologically aware relationships

  • Model explicit parent/child relationships between entities
  • Structure interlinkages between any registered entities to power lineage tracking
  • Autofill entity parts that were previously registered (ex. antibodies and their relevant chains)

Codeless configuration

  • Designated administrators can adjust Registry configurations in a user interface
  • Configure and interlink any custom data types and entities
  • Configure any custom fields on your entities

Automation reduces manual entry

  • Auto-compute metadata such as molecular weight based on DNA and AA sequences
  • Auto-compute metadata based on linked entities (ex. full parental lineage)
  • Automatically register entities produced through bulk cloning, bulk annotation, and bulk translation functions

Advanced search functionality

  • Search through your Registry based on entity field values and metadata
  • Combine rich operators to build logic into searches
  • Find Notebook entries where a particular registered entity was used

“Benchling gives transparency across the company. Because everything is in one place, our scientists don't have to jump from system to system. They can quickly get all the details and all the data associated with any construct or experiment. By keeping a good registry of constructs and the associated assay data, we're able to extract learnings from it that we otherwise wouldn't have.”

Vipin Suri
Vice President of Discover

Learn More about Registry

  • blog
    Registry Overview
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  • blog
    Registry Tutorials
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  • blog
    How to Configure Registration Systems for Large Molecule R&D
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  • video
    Configure the Registry
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