R-Biopharm AG

Company Overview

R-Biopharm is a leading developer of test solutions for clinical diagnostics and food & feed analysis. In both sectors, the R-Biopharm test kits offer high precision and accuracy, key requirements where patient and consumer health is at risk.

Company Information

Develops, manufactures and markets innovative sample prep solutions and PCR reagents for a range of food pathogens, GMO and Beer Spoilage Organisms as well as real-time PCR screening systems for hygiene monitoring in the pharmaceutical environment. Offers contract development and custom service lab solutions. Also offers robotic workstations for automated pathogen detection.

R-Biopharm AG supplies products for:

Clinical

Bordatellashow all suppliers
Campylobactershow all suppliers
Candidashow all suppliers
Clostridium difficileshow all suppliers
Cryptosporidium/Giardiashow all suppliers
E.coli inc VTEC/STECsshow all suppliers
Enteric Virusesshow all suppliers
Environmental Monitoringshow all suppliers
Helicobactershow all suppliers
Legionellashow all suppliers
Mycoplasma pneumoniashow all suppliers


Food & Beverage

Allergensshow all suppliers
ATP Hygiene Monitoringshow all suppliers
Bacillus cereusshow all suppliers
Beer Spoilage Organismsshow all suppliers
Campylobactershow all suppliers
Coliformsshow all suppliers
E.coli inc VTEC/STECsshow all suppliers
Enterobacteriaceaeshow all suppliers
Enterovirusesshow all suppliers
Hygiene Monitoringshow all suppliers
Listeriashow all suppliers
Meat Speciationshow all suppliers
Pseudomonas spp.show all suppliers
Ready-to-use Mediashow all suppliers
Salmonellashow all suppliers
Spoilage Organismsshow all suppliers
Staph aureusshow all suppliers
Staphylococcus spp.show all suppliers
Total Countsshow all suppliers
Toxinsshow all suppliers
Vibrioshow all suppliers
Yeasts & Mouldsshow all suppliers


Water

Coliformsshow all suppliers
E.colishow all suppliers
Ready-to-use Mediashow all suppliers



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