The best analytical technologies for drug development and clinical research applications

As science moves forward, we get more and more innovative tools and techniques that will change the clinical mainstream. Someone has to provide stable and reliable solutions for identifying the right techniques and generating solid data from them. That’s where we come in.

We deliver answers you can trust from discovery to diagnosis - our combination of high-quality products, innovative technologies and comprehensive laboratory services are used by our customers to discover new therapeutics, diagnose patients and treat diseases.

BRING LIGHT TO YOUR DRUG DEVELOPMENT

Cell-based assays - iLite® Technology

The iLite technology, based on a reporter gene assay format, provides a seamless solution for applications extending across the whole drug development process, as well as for monitoring of biological drugs.

RELIBABLE DETECTION 

ELISA (Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay)

Plate-based assay technique designed for detecting and quantifying substances such as peptides, proteins, antibodies, and hormones and also detects and measures antibodies

COMPETITIVE-BINDING IMMUNOASSAYS

Meso Scale Discovery (MSD)

Combination of electrochemiluminescence and MULTI‑ARRAY technology provides unsurpassed sensitivity and multiplex functionality making it an exceptional detection system.

FASTER REACTION TIMES

Rapid tests - lateral flow

Rapid diagnostics, in essence, brings testing away from the laboratory and closer to the patient enabling faster decision making leading to earlier diagnosis, monitoring and treatment.

SELECTIVE DETECTION

Immunoblot

Rapid diagnostics, in essence, brings testing away from the laboratory and closer to the patient enabling faster decision making leading to earlier diagnosis, monitoring and treatment.

HIGH-RESOLUTION DISTRIBUTION

Immunohistochemical staining

An important application of monoclonal as well as polyclonal antibodies to determine the tissue distribution of an antigen of interest in health and disease.