About the National University of Singapore

About NUSA leading global university centred in Asia, NUS is Singapore's flagship university, offering a global approach to education and research with a focus on Asian perspectives and expertise.

About the Mechanobiology Institute, National University of Singapore

About MBIOne of four Research Centres of Excellence at NUS, MBI is working to identify, measure and describe how the forces for motility and morphogenesis are expressed at the molecular, cellular and tissue level.
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MBI’s Internal Component Repository

Openfreezer is an online repository solution currently being implemented at MBI to collect and present information about the components in use at MBI.

Openfreezer is an online repository solution currently being implemented at MBI to collect and present information about the plasmids/clones/drugs/antibodies/chemicals available at MBI. The goal of using an institution-level database is to facilitate better communication and sharing of reagents among the different groups in MBI.

Use for MBI Researchers

The database can be found online at openfreezer.mbi.nus.edu.sg and needs a user account for access (this account is different from your MBI account). Most current MBI members (PIs/RFs/RAs/Students) have been granted access to the database and should have received an email with the subject OpenFreezer User Account that contains their login information.

Openfreezer Online Repository [MBI staff only]

If you have not received such a mail you can request access by sending your name, lab and position information to Naila Alieva (mbinoka@nus.edu.sg) or Kyaw Tun (kyaw@mechanobio.info).

If you need help

If you have any questions about using the database or uploading data please contact the OpenFreezer-MBI team: Naila (mbinoka@nus.edu.sg) or Kyaw Tun (kyaw@mechanobio.info) for more information.

Naila ALIEVA

Facility Manager
mbinoka@nus.edu.sg

Kyaw TUN

Web Application Development
kyaw@mechanobio.info