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Products to investigate how the immune system reacts to infection. EliSpot reagents and readers, ELISA kits for cytokines, chemokines, inflammation markers and the response to vaccination.



An extensive range of immunoassay kits for various species and biological fluids in the format of ELISA, RIA, IRMA and CLIA. LC-MS/MS-system products and a range of HPLC components.


Infectious Diseases

Rapid RT-PCR without prior sample extraction. Serological assays for measuring specific antibodies to viral, bacterial, parasitic and fungal infections. An extensive range of bacterial typing antisera.

Oxford Biosystems Cadama 

We aim to offer our customers an excellent level of customer service and our products are sourced from innovative organisations with proven track records in the development and manufacture of high quality products.


In addition to our key product areas we now have exciting products for:

Genetics testing
Point of Care Testing

If you can’t find what you are looking for, require additional information, or would like to chat to us about your specific product requirements please contact us directly by email or by phone at our office in Oxford on 01865 876543.



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Now available from OBC, the Corgenix hyaluronic acid test kit, a serological marker for the detection of liver fibrosis and cirrhosis.

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Three new ELISA kits from NBCL for the measurement of soluble LH/hCG Receptor in research in the field of fertility and human reproduction.

New partnership with MP Biomedicals. We now supply the ultra-rapid and versatile FastPrep 24 homogenizer.

Recent studies have been published using QuikRead CRP tests.

Vitamin D Testing
The role of Vitamin D in bone metabolism is well understood. The part it plays in other physiological functions is however perhaps less well documented...