Biosensis is a company formed by a team of life scientists and business people dedicated to the support of researchers in academia and industry worldwide. The team has a combined total of over 100 years of experience in basic and applied life science research and over 50 years in the commercialization of life science antibodies, reagents, and kits for the life science research and diagnostic markets.
Biosensis specialises in antibodies and reagents for neuroscience, with particular emphasis on neurotrophins and neurotrophin receptors for which Biosensis has been the worldwide leader and OEM supplier for nearly 30 years.
In addition to neurotrophins, their neuroscience portfolio includes products for research in neurodegenerative diseases, neurodevelopment, and neuro-metabolism. Areas of focus include Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and ALS diseases, as well as autophagy and metabolic and stress disorders including metabolic syndrome research, obesity, and neuroimmunology and inflammation.
Biosensis’ product range includes not only a continuing growing line of neuroscience research antibodies but also an extensive and expanding line of 200+ quantitative research ELISAs, tissue staining and cell visualization reagents, and purified proteins targeted for neuroscience and cellular disease research.
With a combined total of 340+ peer reviewed research publications and superb technical support and experience, Biosensis is able to offer a level of customer support and scientific expertise unmatched in the industry for neuroscience and its related research fields.
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