Experts in complex chemistry and securing life sciences supply chains

Securing Life Sciences Supply Chains – where Chemistry meets Biology, Products meet Services and Innovation meets Quality, Biosynth is at the Edge of Innovation.

With an unrivalled research product portfolio of over half a million products and end-to-end manufacturing services, Biosynth is science led and customer focused to solve problems, taking pride in delivering products and projects that others cannot. Their expertise and capability runs across complex chemicals, peptides and key biologics all from one trusted partner.

Supplying the pharmaceutical, life science and diagnostic sectors, along with customers across food, agrochemistry and cosmetics, they have facilities across three continents and a rapid global distribution network. They produce chemicals on the milligram to ton scale, and at ISO 9001 and GMP, with peptides at mg to multikilogram scale.

Bio-Connect Life Sciences supplies all their products in the Benelux. If you have any questions, please contact the helpdesk.

Major product lines from Biosynth

  • Carbohydrates
  • Nucleosides
  • Antibiotics
  • Antivirals
  • Natural products
  • Enzyme substrates
  • Ligands to druggable targets
  • Enzyme inhibitors
  • Organic chemistry reagents and building blocks

Top sellers

2-Deoxy-2-fluoro-L-fucose [70763-62-1] (MD06089)
2-Fucosyllactose – Synthetic [41263-94-9] (OF06739)
3-Fucosyllactose [41312-47-4] (OF05673)
6-Thioguanosine [85-31-4] (NT04480)
Amylose [9005-82-7] (YA10257)
Carbenicillin disodium salt [4800-94-6] (AC09915)
Colchicine [64-86-8] (FC11732)
Nourseothricin sulfate [96736-11-7] (NN11350)
Novobiocin [303-81-1] (FN59697)
More products can be found in our webshop

New brochure: antimicrobials in protein production

Antimicrobials include a range of natural and synthetic substances that inhibit the growth or survival of microorganisms. These are grouped into antibiotics, antifungals, antivirals and antiprotozoal agents. Among these, antibiotics are most widely used in recombinant protein production. In this new brochure, the modes of action and resistance of antibiotics are reviewed, followed by a discussion of the applications of antimicrobials for protein production.

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