Cutting Edge Technologies for

Cell- and Molecular Biosciences in the Nordics

Creating value for our customers, suppliers and staff, and ultimately for the public who benefits from scientific discovery. 

What we operate in

Cell Biology

Faster and Easier Flow Cytometry Sample Prep, Synthetic mRNA for Research and Clinical Labs, Next Generation Cell Recovery for Immuno-Oncology etc.


Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) Quality Control, RIQAS Anti-SARS-CoV-2 Serology EQA Programme, Molecular Controls for Infectious Disease etc.


Tapestri Solution for Tumor Profiling in Single Cell, Ultimate Exonic Coverage, Liquid Biopsy Panels etc.


Direct PCR of Crude Samples without Template Purification, highQu PCR & qPCR Reagents Performance Excellence etc.


Electrospray ionization emitters, RAS proteins for oncology research, MagReSyn NTA beads etc.

Water purification and filtering

Genie Purist: Dedicated for Ultrapure (Type I) Water, Operational Reliability and Ease-of-Use etc.

News & Highlights

Single cell MRD in AML

Proteogenomic single-cell characterization of MRD in AML resolves complex clonal dynamics

Mission Bio’s Tapestri Platform is the first single-cell multiomics approach integrating molecular (mutational) profiling and immunophenotyping in a single assay to allow for scMRD detection with unparalleled resolution, sensitivity and specificity, ultimately improving identification of residual disease and potential therapeutic strategies.

Cell suspension sample prep

Enabling Accurate Biological Analysis Through Automation

Laminar Wash technology makes it easy for applications that require a high degree of automation such as screening final product for cell therapeutics. Laminar Wash systems can replace centrifuge integrations and only require one robotic movement instead of over 20 movements. Integration using Laminar Wash technology can:

  • Reduce hands-on time and save FTE resources
  • Lower the CVs of results
  • Easily accomodate on-deck or off-deck automation
Azure chemiSOLO chemiluminescence imager

New Azure chemiSOLO personal chemiluminescent imager

The chemiSOLO detects low-expressing proteins with femtogram sensitivity and captures marker images at the push of a button.

A unique web browser interface allows the chemiSOLO to be controlled by phone, tablet, or PC, without the need to install any additional software.

In addition to Western blots, the chemiSOLO captures pictures of colorimetric blots or visible stained protein gels, like Coomassie blue or silver stain.

The chemiSOLO’s wide dynamic range can be further enhanced by using EDR, our Extended Dynamic Range function. This feature allows for linear, quantitative data, while avoiding saturation.

Special Offer: Hot Start PCR with Less Side Products, ALLin™ Hot Start Taq Polymerase & Mastermix

Superior sensitivity polymerase generating less side products and low copy detection in complex
templates with size up to 6 kb. Highly specific polymerase thanks to efficient blocking at room
temperature. The ALLin™ Buffer includes dNTPs, Magnesium, enhancers, and stabilizers.

10% 3rd Quarter Discount

Celemics WES sequencing

Celemics Whole Exome Sequencing Panel

Celemics Whole Exome Sequencing Panel is the most comprehensive WES panel in the market, covering all target regions of major WES panels in the market.

The panel does not compromise uniformity and performs well against hard-to-capture regions such as GC-rich regions.

Celloger Nano Real-Time Cell Monitoring

The super compact and intuitive live cell imaging system, Celloger Nano- got everything you need to perform your sophisticate laboratory works. Equipped with exceptional flourescence and auto focusing technology, precise stage controller, and user-friendly software, accelerates your cell-based research works.

Acusera serum indices quality control

Identiy pre-analytical errors in haemolyzed, icteric and lipemic (HIL) samples

The Randox Acusera Serum Indices control is designed to be used to monitor an IVD instrument’s response in the detection of haemolyzed, icteric and lipemic (HIL) samples. This control can be utilised in laboratory interference testing to assist in improving error detection of pre-analytical errors affecting clinical chemistry testing.

This control provides a full range of clinically relevant testing levels, including a negative (-) and three positives (+, ++ & +++)

Lipid Nanoparticles

Non-viral gene delivery with lipid nanoparticles

OZ Biosciences can support every stage of your mRNA-LNP production, from mRNA
synthesis to LNP formulation development, manufacturing and fill & finish.
For any of RNA, DNA or APIs encapsulation, you can provide us with your molecule of
interest and we will formulate it into LNP´s.

  • Custom LNP design services
  • Most advanced nucleic acid delivery system for gene therapy
  • Custom mRNA synthesis services

Two-in-one quality control for tryptic digestion and LC-MS performance

Digestif is a universal protein standard to simultaneously assess the quality of sample workup and the performance of your LC-MS system.

  • Control and optimise digestion efficiency
  • Monitor retention times in LC-MS



Webinar: Quality Control in Laboratory Diagnostics - Practical Guidance in Troubleshooing
Tuesday June 13 2023 4 pm (CEST)

Join us at Randox Webinar: Quality Control in Laboratory Diagnostics – Practical Guidance in Troubleshooting.

We will be hosting the second webinar in our series with Dr Mairiead MacLennan on 13th June 2023 at 3PM (BST). 

Dr Mairiead MacLennan manages a diagnostic laboratory in the United Kingdom with over over 40 years multidisciplinary experience, focused on Quality and Training and will be discussing her own experiences to provide insight, advice and guidance

The second webinar will focus on:

  • Commutability – dealing with lot-to-lot changes
  • Performance Trending – making decisions when there are problems
  • Daily Actions & Monthly Reporting

Dr Mairiead MacLennan is a registered HCPC Biomedical Scientist with over 40 years multidisciplinary diagnostic laboratory experience in both NHS and Veterinary medicine specialising in Quality and Training.

  • Chair of the IBMS Scotland Training Forum
  • Vice Chair of the of the IBMS Scottish Quality Management Discussion Group
  • Member of the Scottish Microbiology and Virology Network
  • Technical Assessor for UKAS


If you cannot attend, please fill out the registration form and we will send you a full recording post webinar!

Webinar:Development and optimisation of a high-throughput proteomics workflow for biomarker discovery in clinical cohorts

Thursday Mar 30, 2023 05:00 PM (CEST)

Breast cancer is the most diagnosed cancer in the world. Clinically, receptor status and lymph node involvement are essential to stratify patients in different treatment groups. Moreover, molecular subtyping of breast tumours further assists in providing information about prognosis and treatment response. However, complications such as overtreatment, overdiagnosis and late recurrence are still a reality. Therefore, improvements in personalised medicine for better stratification and tailoring of treatment are a necessity. Since proteins are more closely related to phenotype, and information such as post-translational modifications affect protein activity, the use of proteins as biomarkers is of interest. In label-free mass spectrometry (MS)-based proteomics, different acquisition strategies can be used, namely data dependent acquisition (DDA) and data independent acquisition (DIA). Here, we establish a new semi-automated bead-based workflow for high-throughput processing of clinical samples, and further evaluate different acquisition methods. We then investigate the potential use of proteome data in comparison with already available matched transcriptome data in the context of personalised medicine and biomarker discovery.

Webinar: scTAM-seq: A Novel Method for Profiling DNA Methylation in Single Cells

Thursday Feb 23, 2023 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Genome-wide bulk sequencing is widely used to assess DNA methylation (DNAm). However, methylation signals obtained from bulk sequencing are averaged out, concealing the cell-to-cell differences in methylation signatures involved in health and disease. Single-cell methods such as bisulfite sequencing were developed to reveal these signatures and offer insights into cellular heterogeneity and rare cell types. However, genome-wide DNAm profiling at single-cell resolution has drawbacks such as sparse data and limited genomic coverage even for deeply sequenced samples.

To address this gap, the Renée Beekman Lab and the Lars Velten Lab of the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) in Barcelona teamed up to develop a novel high-throughput, high-confidence targeted bisulfite-free method for analyzing DNAm in single cells, now published in Genome Biology.

In this webinar, authors Michael Scherer, Ph.D. and Agostina Bianchi of CRG will present the Single-Cell Targeted Analysis of the Methylome (scTAM-seq) protocol which profiles 650 biologically relevant CpGs in up to 10,000 cells using the Tapestri platform. They will also share how they combined DNAm (epigenetics), somatic mutations (genotype), and surface marker expression (phenotype) to gain a rich picture of clonal architecture and dynamics across B cell differentiation in blood and bone marrow.

Single Cell NGS Sample Prep: Impact of Novel Laminar Wash™ on Nuclei Retention and Other Downstream Applications – A Cerevance Story

Wed Sep 21 7:00 pm (CEST)

This talk aims to describe a popular workflow that profiles specific brain cell types in healthy and diseased post-mortem brain tissues.
This extensive procedure consists of tissue homogenization with nuclei extraction, fixation, and antibody staining followed by fluorescence-activated sorting of nuclei. Cell type-specific nuclei populations can be used for a wide range of downstream sequencing applications including transcriptomic and epigenomic analyses.
Cerevance’s breakthrough use of Laminar Wash™ Technology in their proprietary NETSseq platform has enabled an improvement in nuclei retention as well as reagent cost reductions and time savings.

The webinar will be available for unlimited on-demand viewing after live event.

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