Harvard Apparatus is a global developer, manufacturer and distributor of innovative and specialty products to enhance bioresearch. For over 100 years, Harvard Apparatus has been the source for complete solutions for research application needs. We have developed a name not only for quality but also for innovation. Harvard Apparatus offers a broad line of specialty products for fluidics, neuroscience, respiration, surgery, physiology, behavioral, cell biology, and more.
Advanced spectrophotometers, microplate readers and amino acid analyzers for a wide range or applications in the pre-clinical, life science and industrial markets.
Sophisticated instrumentation and software for biomedical and industrial research applications in the fields of electrophysiology and electrochemistry
Precise scientific measuring instrumentation for electrophysiology applications including microelectrode arrays for in vitro and in vivo extra-cellular recordings and electrical stimulation.
DSI is a pioneering biomedical research company focused on systems physiology and pharmacology. The recognized global leader in physiologic monitoring, DSI offers telemetry, instrumentation, and software and services that help advance science. DSI serves many industries including: Pharmaceuticals, Academia, Contract Research Organizations, Biological and Chemical Defense, the Medical Device Industry, Government, and Biotechnology companies. We offer solutions that are tailored specifically to meet the unique research needs of our customer.
CMA Microdialysis is a Swedish medical device and research company founded in 1984 as a spin-off from the Karolinska Institute. The core competence lies within solutions based on the Microdialysis technique. CMA’s complete lines of instruments and consumables are used globally by universities and pharmaceutical companies as unique tools for pre-clinical research.
Warner Instruments is known throughout the world as an innovative engineering company that designs, develops, and manufacturers biomedical devices for the electrophysiological, cellular and neurological sciences. Founded in 1988 the company soon became recognized for our bilayer, patch, and oocyte voltage clamps, live-cell imaging chambers, and temperature control instrumentation. Our mission is to offer our customers intelligently designed, high quality products at competitive prices.
Hugo Sachs Elektronik-Harvard Apparatus provides Advanced Tools for Physiology. It is the industry leader for providing advanced isolated organ and tissue perfusion systems as well as the PLUGSYS modular amplifier system for cardiovascular and respiratory applications.
BTX is a global provider of novel electroporation and electrofusion tools for the advancement of cell transfection and cell fusion. BTX products continue to sustain scientific research in academia, biotech, agriculture and pharmaceutical laboratories. From the introduction of our line of specialty electrodes for in vivo electroporation, to our ground breaking contribution to the field of high throughput and large volume transfection, to our involvement in the application of electric fields for hybridoma production and nuclear transfer cloning, BTX remains at the forefront of this cutting edge technology for which new applications are continually evolving.
The Leader in Specialised Bioresearch and Teaching Products
Harvard Apparatus Limited is a manufacturing company based in the Garden of England produce a wide range of Life Science equipment including stimulators, tissue baths, animal ventilators, operating tables etc.).
The Leader in Specialty Bioresearch in France
Harvard Apparatus S.A.R.L. specializes in physiological research for the life sciences. They are located in France and provide quality guidance for sales and use of specialty research products. They provide both pre and post sales support in France and French Switzerland.
Bioseb is developing and distributing a whole range of experimental biology instruments and systems for pre-clinical research - mainly focusing on the "in vivo" field in neuroscience and animal physiology.