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Biohit Healthcare Ltd. was founded in 2008 in England as a subsidiary of the Finnish company Biohit Oyj. Not only does Biohit Healthcare develop intelligent tests for diagnostics of gastrointestinal diseases such as lactose intolerance or Helicobacter pylori infections, but they are also involved in the design and production of highly sensitive primary antibodies and other immunological products. The main focus of the company is the development of tools for research in extracellular matrix, endothelial surface markers, integrins, spectrins, neurotransmitters and phytoestrogens. On antibodies-online you will find an exclusive selection of primary antibodies from Biohit Healthcare. The antibodies, which are carefully designed and produced, are generated as monoclonal antibodies in mice. All the antibodies from this manufacturer available from antibodies-online can be employed for the detection of antigens in human tissue. Primary antibodies against fibronectin, laminin, vimentin and some integrins will be especially interesting for scientists who do research in human pathology, nephrology and human cell biology. Almost all primary antibodies from Biohit Healthcare can be used in immunohistochemistry or in Western Blots. Some selected antibodies are also suitable for applications such as ELISA, immunoprecipitation and fluorescence polarization immunoassay. See for yourself the numerous pictures of tissue stainings and Western Blots that are evidence of the quality of the antibodies from this supplier. Therefore, it is not surprising that the majority of antibodies from Biohit Healthcare have already been employed successfully in publications. Take the opportunity to make a comparison between the Biohit Healthcare antibodies and those from our other manufacturers. You will find the right antibodies for your research in no time at all.
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