The YT-Report software too, monoclonality reports, GLP, cell line development, reporting tool, pharmaceutical companies decision-making, high-resolution visualization, detailed documentation


Reporting toolbox for CLD & science

The YT-REPORTS software tool enables monoclonality reports for cell line development as well as GLP-compliant documentation of experiments. 
Such state-of-the-art reporting tools are a competitive advantage for pharmaceutical companies as they can accelerate informed decisions through high-resolution visualization and detailed documentation.

Discover all the advantages



  • intuitive and ultra-fast report
  • high-res image based experiment documentation
  • experiment reporting as interactive PDF
  • auditable documentation according to 21 CFR Part 11


  • annotation adding to the well images
  • labeling and categorization of wells with different colors and labels/tags
  • backtracking to the origin of a colony
  • decision finding in real time




  • visualization of data and cell images
  • image based verification of monoclonality
  • intuitiv workflow
  • customizable data and image reporting funtion

plug and play solution

Monoclonality report for Cell line development


Customizable data and image reporting

This helpfull stand alone software add-on create PDF reports for your YT-SOFTWARE experiments. It helps to summarise and present results and to document the experiment progress. 

Entire experiments with all associated measurements can be loaded. The customsazability enables that wells can be excluded/included, they can be tagged in different definable categories and annotations/notes can be added e.g. to cells, colonies or artefacts in the wells, which are all displayed in the report. In addition, the image quality for the report can be selected as high as the original images, so that it is as detailed as possible, if required.

Experiment reporting made simple

YT-Reports - Every pixel tells a story

Monoclonality report as pdf. For Cell line development.

In the world of comprehensive visualization, pixels are our storytellers. Their high resolution makes it possible to capture intricate details and tell stories that would normally remain unseen. But it's not just about aesthetics; pixels are more than just visual elements.

Consider the crucial role they play in image-based proof of monoclonality (ICH Q5D). Each pixel contributes to detection by validating the purity and consistency of biological units. From cell lines to therapeutic proteins, the pixel grid becomes a canvas for scientific investigation.