A leading provider of innovative fluorescent solutions for scientists.
Biotium is a leading life science reagent manufacturer and supplier devoted to providing high-quality and innovative fluorescent tools that fuel scientific discovery.
Biotium is uniquely poised to invent cutting-edge products through the synergy of chemistry and biology. Our collaborative team of experienced chemists and biologists, who are at the forefront of fluorescent dye design, apply chemistry-based principles toward producing solutions for unmet challenges in life science and medical research. Ultimately, we aim to be a powerful force for accelerating groundbreaking research that results in significant contributions to overall scientific knowledge and human health.
Since its founding in 2001, Biotium has developed over 30 patented technologies including GelRed® dyes, CF® Dyes, NucView® Caspase-3 Substrates, EvaGreen® Dyes, and TrueBlack® Background Reducers. Many of these technologies have been licensed out to leading life science technology companies worldwide. In addition, as part of our commitment to environmental sustainability, Biotium is proud to provide Earth-friendly alternatives to researchers.
Biotium is based in the San Francisco Bay Area, with distribution channels across the globe.
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