Nanobiotechnology and Nanomedicine Companies
Showing results 1 - 10 of 21 of companies in Germany:
Develops in-vitro models of cell and tissue systems. They simulate the transport of substances and formulations across biological barriers, from which conclusions regarding permeability and absorption can be drawn.
Develops and manufactures micelle-like nanoparticulate encapsulation technology for applications in food, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology.
The company is a service partner for all aspects of oligonucleotides. It developed and produced the world's first and only translucent orthodontic systems using novel nanotechnology polymer composite products.
Biontex specializes in the field of transfection technology, the delivery of genes or DNA to eukaryotic cells.
Chemicell develops and produces innovative bioseparation- gene transfection and detection systems based on magnetic nano- and microparticles.
Cytocentrics AG is a biotechnology company applying its ion channel expertise to support the pharmaceutical industry in the drug discovery process.
Serving as a contract research organization, Endotherm Life Science Molecules is a provider of medicinally relevant compounds for the discovery and development of novel small molecule drugs. The product range includes focused compound libraries, building blocks and reagents for the development of biochemical assays (fluorescent and bioluminescent dyes).
Genovoxx is developing a technology for the massively parallel sequencing by synthesis of nucleic acids. This technology enables the sequencing of many millions of nucleic acids molecules in parallel format at the single molecule level.
(German language site) The company is a Contract Research Organisation for the development and improvement of advanced cell culture systems for industrial drug screening applications, biomaterial testing and pharma-toxicological research.
Primary goals of the company are the development and the establishment of innovative bioinstrumentation based on Femtosecond Laser Technology for biotechnology, cell biology and medicine, e.g. nanoprocessing with femtosecond near infrared laser pulses.