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Press Release May 2018:  New joint venture NEMIS Technologies formed by Biosynth and Ramot

Biosynth and Ramot, the Tel Aviv University Business Engagement Center, have announced the incorporation of a Joint Venture, Nemis Technologies. Nemis is engaged in the development of simple, specific, cost-effective and rapid pathogen detection kits based on the AquaSpark technology. It will address markets such as food safety where microbiological contamination and the associated recalls are a major issue.

March 2018

March 28th we add a new member to the AquaSpark™ family of chemiluminescence probes – AquaSpark™ beta-D-galactoside (Cat.No. A-8169_P00). Using this substrate researchers can improve a number of existing assay systems. Namely, AquaSpark™ beta-D-galactoside can considerably  improve lacZ reporter gene assays, beta-Gal tests in body fluids or ELISA systems with beta-Gal conjugated antibodies.

February 2018

Introducing AquaSpark™ phosphatase substrates - The new generation of chemiluminescence that outshines all other detection methods. Learn more about two exciting molecules for AP
detection in ELISA, other immunoassays or serum tests.

November 2017

Presenting CybLuc . In vivo bioluminescence imaging (BLI) is limited by the fact that the bioluminescence signal from native D-Luciferin (maximum emission at 560 nm) is attenuated in the animal due to absorption and scattering of light below 600 nm in tissues. N-cyclobutylaminoluciferin (CybLuc, Biosynth Cat. No. C-8790) is a red-shifted luciferin derivative that gives a stable signal with the maximum emission wavelength at about 600 nm. In addition to the red-shifted light emission, a higher lipophilicity and increased stability make it an ideal substrate for in vivo studies, even in bigger animals.

October 2017

In this month’s edition of the Biosynth e-newsletter we introduce our new video about the patented Aldol® indicators and our latest mini review on Luciferins. We also highlight FLsharp™-Phosphate - the ideal substrate for AP detection in a wide range of applications including microscopy and immuno-histology.

August 2017

The headliner of this issue of the Biosynth eNews is Digitonin. We also introduce FLsharp-Phosphate, a fluorescent substrate that creates super sharp localized fluorescence signals on microscope slides or agar plates.

Press Release August 2017: Tel Aviv University announces collaboration with Biosynth

Researchers from Tel Aviv University developed new reagents termed 'AquaSpark' to visually detect processes inside cells or biological samples. In contrast to luciferin or fluorescent probes, the new compounds do not require any genetic modification of cells and no excitation light source is needed. Tel Aviv University announced that Biosynth will receive a license to manufacture the pioneering compounds and to market them in the diagnostics field.

June 2017

This issue of our monthly eNews has a lot of red inside: Neutral Red, Tetrazolium Red, and the (red) fluorescent beta-glucuronidase substrate RUG™.

May 2017

In this month’s edition of the Biosynth e-newsletter you will learn about the best enzyme substrates for Enterococcus detections in the pool water. We also present two new enzyme-activated growth inhibitors and introduce BiosBlog. Learn more..

April 2017

We proudly present our revolutionary new line of enzyme-activated inhibitors. At Biosynth we designed a number of small molecules that provide a generic toolbox for modulation of microbiota. Such compounds are needed in diagnostics to suppress background flora in enrichment media, but also in therapies to change population compositions where disturbed microbiota are a cause of disease. Read more in our April e-newsletter.

March 2017

We celebrate the 1st anniversary of Biosynth s.r.o. in Bratislava, Slowakia. This issue of our eNews also highlights Ferene S and other reagents for the diagnosis of iron deficiency.

February 2017

In this issue of the Biosynth e-newsletter we show two cytokines, which should not be missed in any culture media for Neural Stem Cells (NSC). In addition, we present RUG™ - presumably the most sensitive fluorogenic substrate for the detection of E. coli. And we have more new products in stock..

January 2017

Our 2017 January e-newsletter showcases new enzyme substrates - bringing new colors to the microbial diagnostics world. Also featuring: TEMPO in organic synthesis and life science.

December 2016

You can download a free electronic version of the 2017 Biosynth calendar (4 MB PDF) here. To download please click the calendar download link and follow the instructions.

November 2016

We are presenting our End of Year Online Sale 2017 with huge savings on a wide range of stock products.
We also proudly present our increased capacity to produce Tetrazolium red (TTC). We challenge the market with our excellent quality and the best price.

November 2016

In the November issue of our eNews we highlight the small molecule Hexadecylphosphocholine (HePC) and discuss its function as an apoptosis inducer. We also introduce a novel beta-glucuronidase substrate for sensitive detection of E. coli: RUG™ - designed & produced by Biosynth in Switzerland.

We are at CPhI Worldwide

Barcelona. 4th - 6th October
Hall 3 at stand number 3M50

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September 2016

The prices are falling in our “Fabulous Fall Foliage Sale” - Special discounts in the Biosynth online store on antibiotics, chromogenic substrates, chemiluminescent substrates, indole derivatives, polyamines and protease inhibitors. This promotion is valid thru 2016 October 16th.

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August 2016

Topics of our August eNews are: Immune modulating CAPE (Caffeic acid phenethyl ester, from ‘bee glue’), new features on our homepage and presenting a new product in stock.

July 2016

The amazing product line of viF™ fluorescent labels is featured in this e-newsletter. The French word ‘vif’ means strong or bright color and perfectly describes the characteristics of these products. For more details please download the July Biosynth eNews.

June 2016

The headline of this issue of our e-newsletter is definitely: “Biosynth acquires a majority stake in the organic chemistry specialist TAU-CHEM”. And the newsletter brings two other topics from organic chemistry: The meaning of heterocyclic building blocks in nature and organic chemistry and: How scientists are inspired by benzoquinones derived from earwigs.

May 2016

In the latest edition of Biosynth eNews we discussed Xylans and their versatility. Currently there are Xylans, from hardwood in particular, that are being intensively investigated in connection with microflora in the gut. In addition, Xylans have been recognized as a great source of xylooligosaccharides that are classified as active ingredients in functional foods.
Also in our eNews, the discussion of some important members of our neurotransmitter product line, such as 5-Hydroxytryptamine (Serotonin), Dopamine and Glycine. Due to their eminent function in nature they are a prominent focus of biomedical research.

April 2016

We published our flowering spring promotion “The Top Colors of Spring 2016” - including amazing discounts on colorful dyes and substrates.


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March 2016

In this issue of our eNews: 1. Cytokines - Alone or bundled, 2. Biosynth chemists re-designed the synthesis of Aminoethylphosphonic acid (AEP), 3. From the literature: Bacterial ecology of hospital workers' facial hair, 4. New additions at biosynth.com.

February 2016

Biosynth Continues to Grow. Biosynth, with its headquarters and a production site in Staad, Switzerland has expanded its business presence to Slovakia to meet with growing business activity and demands for its products in the global market. The new office in Bratislava is a valuable addition to the Biosynth organization which already has locations in Germany and the USA as well as intensive commercial activities in China. This recent move marks another step in a comprehensive expansion strategy in which Eastern Europe and in particular, Slovakia, plays an important role. The company will benefit from highly skilled employees and an attractive business environment that Slovakia can offer. In the meantime, Biosynth has also continued to invest in the Staad location. The workforce was increased in 2015 and this trend will continue throughout 2016.

 

November 2015

We added three new products to our online catalog: Deferoxamine mesylate (Biosynth Cat. No. D‐0675), Glycidol (Q‐201169) and Ethyl-2-methylacetoacetate (E-8300). And our amazing end of the year 2015 promotion starts today.


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November 2015

We launched a range of bio-active peptides derived from human or animal genes. Read more about our polypeptides and oligopeptides and their potential applications as cell culture tools, therapeutics or even alternative pesticides in our corresponding Newsletter.


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