Software for keeping track on lab strain collections?

Beth Ladd 73164.3002 at CompuServe.COM
Mon Feb 12 11:25:08 EST 1996

>We are at the moment considering to build a multiuser computer
>based strain registration system, since our old fasioned "strain 
>log book" no longer works due to the number of strains we have, 
>and the number of persons using it.

>We are interested in a flexible, multiuser system, with extended
>copying facilities, automatic lognumber designation, automatic 
>location designation, etc.
>If you know of such systems I will be happy to know.
>Finn Vogensen at fkv at biobase.dk


Our company offers two software products that may have what 
you're looking for:  FreezerWorks for the PC and Mittens for the 
Mac.  Both are multi-user systems: the FreezerWorks Network 
version sells for $795, the Mittens program sells for $595, but 
you must own network 4-D to run it for multiple users (network 
4-D sells for about $1200).  See our web site at 
http://www.dwdev.com for more details.  

Beth Ladd, Scientific Liaison,
Dataworks Development, Inc.
73164.3002 at compuserve.com  http://www.dwdev.com  

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