Biotechnology & Biomedical

Biotechnology and Biomedical

Innovation in biotechnology and biomedicine happens when biology, chemistry, nanotechnology, physics, engineering, and data science come together. From CRISP-Cas9 to Extracellular vesicles, mRNA technology to cell and gene therapies, these advances push the limits of performance and create the requirement for parallel innovations in analytical characterization. HORIBA has a unique portfolio of spectroscopy, imaging, particle characterization tools that turn discoveries into tools that fuel human health and wellbeing.

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Detection of Small Molecules using an Ultrasensitive SPRi based NanoAptasensor
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Comparison of SPRi and ELISA in the Evaluation of Biomolecules in Crude Samples
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The use of SPRi for the characterization of multiple ligands: Examples of Alzheimer's disease investigation and circulating antibodies bioassay optimization

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Explore our Products

XploRA™ PLUS
XploRA™ PLUS

Raman Spectrometer - Confocal Raman Microscope

Aqualog - A-TEEM Industrial QC/QA Analyzer
Aqualog - A-TEEM Industrial QC/QA Analyzer

A Simple, Fast, “Column Free” Molecular Fingerprinting Technology

ViewSizer 3000
ViewSizer 3000

Simultaneous Multi-Laser Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA)

Duetta
Duetta

Fluorescence and Absorbance Spectrometer

MacroRAM™
MacroRAM™

Affordable Benchtop Raman Spectrometer

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Webinars and Videos

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Exosomes: Exploiting the Diagnostic and Therapeutic Potential of Nature’s Biological Nanoparticles
Research on exosomes and other forms of extracellular vesicles (EVs) have rapidly expanded over the last two decades. These lipid-enclosed, nanoscale messengers are released from cells packed with diverse cargo and can travel long distances to modify the function of target cells. Learn more about what exosomes are, how researchers study them, and what challenges remain.
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Concentration and Size of Viruses and Virus-like Particles
Accurate concentration for virus and virus-like particles can be determined by multi-laser nanoparticle tracking analysis due to the fact they are nanoparticles. In this webinar, Dr. Jeff Bodycomb will discuss the use of multi-laser nanoparticle tracking analysis (NTA) to determine the size distribution and concentration of these species, the latter which is correlated to viral infectivity.

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