Nordic Mubio

Nordic was established in 1964 with a focus on immunology and holds over 1.700 specific antisera to human, mouse, monkey and rat immunoglobulin classes and their subclasses. Of interest may also be a wide range of polyclonal antisera to other serum proteins of different animal species and a unique series of polyclonal antisera against enzymes. Practically all antibodies are also offered as fluorescent and horse¬radish peroxidase conjugates as well as biotin conjugates for labels of the customers own choice.
MUbio was created in 2000 and was spun out of Maastricht University in the Netherlands which gave rise to its name. Since its inception MUbio has developed 500 of its own products, many of which are exclusive clones available only to MUbio. 
On 4 February 2013, Nordic Immunological Laboratories BV acquired the assets of MUbio Products BV and in doing so changed its name to Nordic-MUbio. On 11th December 2013 Nordic-MUbio continued its rapid growth with the acquisition of the assets of An Der Grub Bio Research GmbH (ADG), extending the product range with Flow Cytometry products like the FIX&PERM® Cell Fixation and Permeabilization Kit. 
Nordic-MUbio has the ambition to become an important niche player in the following market segments:
- Monoclonal antibodies for Research Use Only 
- Discovery and validation of new targets (biomarkers) with applications in diagnostic assays
- Ready-to-use tested flow cytometry antibodies with FIX&PERM®.
Products are all highly validated; over 80% of antibodies are tested in immunohistochemistry on frozen tissues, almost 70% of products have been testd in Flow Cytometry and over 50% are tested in Western Blot. Other applications include IHC on paraffin embedded tissues (40%), immunoprecipitation (15%) and immunofluorescence (6%).
Antibodies target the following proteins:

Antibodies directed to

Interest fields

Cell adhesion molecules
Cell cycle markers
CD markers
Cytoskeletal proteins 
Extracellular matrix proteins
Filamentous phage proteins
Haematology markers
Membrane proteins
Nuclear proteins
Tumoral markers





Cell cycle







Stem Cells


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