Version Control for BioEngineering
Genetic Engineering with version control
Version control is a system that records changes to a file or set of files over time so that you can recall specific versions later. This concept originates from software engineering, where software source files are version controlled. In CellRepo, each change you make to your strain is logged with full detail, uniquely barcoded, so that each and every change made to a strain can be stored and retrieved at leisure.
Collaborate with other genetic engineers
Projects can be visible globally, to your teammates only, or for sole use. Follow projects that interest you, collaborate with researchers anywhere in the world, and fork projects to add to existing experiments.
Centralised database of genetic species and experiments
No longer do you have to contact individuals to find species and strain data. You can search CellRepo for all data related to a species, all projects carried out on a particular species, and all projects carried out by different teams of researchers, or an individual. All your genetic engineering needs in one place.