We develop and market biological test systems and products for environmental and food analysis as well as for clinical diagnostics. We focus on development and optimization of yeast based assays for effect based analyses of hormones, endocrine disruptors and trace substances. Our aim is to provide standardized and easy to handle test systems which are validated for their respective application fields.
“The comprehensive manual, individual support, and provided video material have made our work very simple. From the beginning, we could immediately gain valuable insight from the analysis.” – Dr. Tamara Zietek – Dept. of Nutritional Physiology – Technische Universität München
“It was very easy to integrate the Test-Kit into our everyday lab work. Thanks to the software for experimental design and analysis, we always receive consistent and reliable results” – IUTA
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The SETAC Europe 28th annual meeting took place in Rome from 13 - 17 May 2018. SETAC describes itself as a not-for-profit, worldwide professional organization whose affiliated institutions are dedicated to research and solve [...]
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Chemicals that exert endocrine effects in organisms, commonly referred to as endocrine-disrupting compounds (EDCs), have become a growing concern in recent years. Exposure to EDCs is currently regarded as [...]
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In ‘Science of the Total Environment 628–629 (2018) 748–765’ [...]
We are a little biotechnology company with a young team of scientists and laboratory assistants with a biotechnological background. We develop innovative biological assays especially for effect-based analysis.