Since more than 15 years, AnyGenes has developed a large catalog of molecular biology reagents and assays dedicated to gene expression, cell signaling and biomarkers profiling.
All the AnyGenes products have been developed, optimized and experimentally validated to guarantee high performance and highly accurate results.
Thanks to its own high-throughput molecular platform, AnyGenes also provides full services, from cell culture to biomarkers identification and validation with high-throughput data analysis, to support your research and drug development projects.
Discover now our whole range of complete solutions to boost your projects.
1- FORUM LABO PARIS 28-30 MARCH 2023
Please join us at our booth #H105, hall H, to learn more about AnyGenes's products and molecular services
2- 7th Drug Discovery Summit, 2022-Madrid
AnyGenes will participate to the 7th Drug Discovery Summit, 2022-Madrid. Dr NAIMI, will give a talk on the importance of signaling pathways and biomarkers in the process of drug development, by using AnyGenes molecular platform
3- Importation of biological samples
AnyGenes obtained from The Ministry of Agricultural the authorisation to import biological samples from outside the European Union
4- Distribution agreement with Hölzel Diagnostika
We welcome Hölzel Diagnostika Handels GmbH as new distributor of AnyGenes products and services in Germany, Austria and Switzerland
5- BIO-Europe Spring 2020
AnyGenes will be present at BIO-Europe Spring 2020
6- AnyGenes products and services in JAPAN
We are proud to have signed an agreement with the company Funakoshi, Co, Ltd, for the distribution of AnyGenes products and services in JAPAN
7- BIOFIT 2018, LILLE, 4-5 December
AnyGenes team will be present at BioFIT Event 2018 at Lille, FRANCE
8- Specific Pre-amplification kit
You have small quantity of biological sample but many signaling pathways to explore? AnyGenes® team is proud to help you with our new range of cDNA pre-amplification SpeAmpn system to perform high-throughput analysis with very small amounts of biological material (5 ng RNA) or few cells.
9- MEDICA 2017/ Dûsseldorf, GERMANY, 13-16 NOV
AnyGenes® team was present at MEDICA 2017, the key world forum for medicine. AnyGenes® stays informed of all the news, innovative projects, latest technologies and issues in medical fields in order to offer you innovative products and tools.
10- BioJapan/ Regenerative Medicine Japan 2016
AnyGenes® has been selected by the EU-Japan centre, for BtoB meetings at Osaka from 9-11 October, and to present its products (SignArrays®) and its multi-biomarkers clinical tests at BioJapan 2016, October 12-14, Yokohama, JAPAN.
11- Chinese Medicine Conference 2016
Dr Ju Liya has held a conference at the 2nd World Forum on Astragalus membranaceus, 10 June 2016 at Beijing CHINA. Dr Ju Liya had talked about interesting results from in vitro analysis of compounds from chinese medicine by using AnyGenes® molecular platform.
Discover now our various signaling pathways (SignArrays®) and Highly sensitive and specific assay kits for specific gene quantification by real time qPCR array.
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