Protein expression and purification workflows require different teams, such as molecular biologists, cell biologists, protein scientists, and analytics personnel to collaborate. Genedata Biologics supports such division-of-labor processes by enabling central registration, naming, and tracking of all relevant biomaterial samples (e.g., vector, cell line, protein expression and protein purification batches) and providing immediate central access to every molecule (e.g., sequence, physical-chemical properties) as well as to process information at any time throughout the expression and purification process. Registered samples are related to their molecules and experimental protocols, including used expression constructs, host cell lines, media, and bioprocess protocols and purification procedures. The system can work with diverse expression systems, including mammalian, bacterial, yeast, or insect. Protein expression batches may be derived from high- or low-volume expression campaigns (e.g., tubes, shake flasks, wave reactors). Bulk upload functionalities facilitate registration of larger numbers of expression batches (e.g., derived from parallel production in 24- or 96-well plate tube fermentors). Genedata Biologics stores all relevant data for protein expression experiments such as host cell lines (e.g., HEK293, CHO, Sf9, etc), expression protocols (e.g., specific vectors used, transfection conditions, transient or stable pools, baculovirus infection, co-expression), and process parameters (e.g., temperature, induction conditions, growth media). For the downstream purification process, the system stores all relevant purification results and underlying protocols. Similarly to expression batches, Genedata Biologics supports high- and low-volume purification processes (e.g., parallel test purification in 96-well plate gravity flow columns), use of different purification equipment (e.g., such as IMAC, SEC, RFC, HIC, IEX, etc), and product modifications (e.g., de-tagging, buffer optimization). Genedata Biologics further supports users by providing tools for concrete laboratory operations, such as sample pooling, sample splitting, and individual sample processing, as well as protocol management (e.g., protein modifications such as antibody drug conjugation). Genedata Biologics consistently documents all process parameters and uniquely aggregates the data contributed by different groups along the full protein production process, providing critically important input for bioprocess development.