Solis BioDyne

PCR, qPCR and RT-qPCR reagents

Solis BioDyne has been developing and producing life science reagents since 1995. High standards for production and service have made them a trusted trademark worldwide. Their DNA polymerases, dNTPs, PCR and qPCR master mixes and other reagents are supplied by Bio-Connect. These products are used by a quickly growing number of customers across the globe, including top research institutes and biotechnology companies. Please contact our helpdesk if you have any questions.

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

Major product lines from Solis BioDyne

  • PCR/qPCR master mixes and PCR enzymes
  • One-step RT-qPCR
  • cDNA synthesis
  • DNA ladders
  • Nucleotides

Solis BioDyne as your business partner for PCR kits

Being an R&D driven manufacturer, gives flexibility and time-to-market leverage to come out with a product and solution, that meets your specific needs. With extensive knowledge in our field, we are here to support you all the way, from technical aspects and assay optimization to marketing and sales support.

Angela Vaasa, COO, Laboratory manager

They are cooperating with

  • Some of the leading kit manufacturers in Europe with private & government contracts
  • Local SMEs to branches of global corporations
  • Clients from outpatient testing to food safety analysis

Their core skills, that will benefit your solutions, are

  • High-quality development and manufacturing
  • Innovation and R&D
  • Flexibility and speed of action
  • Strategic partnership
  • Committed to product management, technical support, and R&D
  • Help with optimization and implementation

Publications with products by Solis BioDyne

  1. Hawley E, Mia K, Yusuf M, Swanson KC, Doetkott C, Dorsam GP. Messenger rna gene expression screening of vip and pacap neuropeptides and their endogenous receptors in ruminants. Biology (Basel). 2022;11(10):1512.
  2. Sučik M, Valenčáková A. Comparison of chemical and biological methods of filtering cryptosporidia from water. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2022;19(19):12675.
  3. Radke J, Schumann E, Onken J, et al. Decoding molecular programs in melanoma brain metastases. Nat Commun. 2022;13(1):7304.
  4. Heimke M, Lenz F, Rickert U, Lucius R, Cossais F. Anti-inflammatory properties of the sglt2 inhibitor empagliflozin in activated primary microglia. Cells. 2022;11(19):3107.
  5. Rattanachak N, Weawsiangsang S, Daowtak K, et al. High-throughput transcriptomic profiling reveals the inhibitory effect of hydroquinine on virulence factors in pseudomonas aeruginosa. Antibiotics (Basel). 2022;11(10):1436.
  6. Chrastina M, Poništ S, Tóth J, et al. Combination therapy of carnosic acid and methotrexate effectively suppressed the inflammatory markers and oxidative stress in experimental arthritis. Molecules. 2022;27(20):7115.
  7. Buocikova V, Tyciakova S, Pilalis E, et al. Decitabine-induced DNA methylation-mediated transcriptomic reprogramming in human breast cancer cell lines; the impact of DCK overexpression. Front Pharmacol. 2022;13:991751.
  8. Ciciani M, Demozzi M, Pedrazzoli E, et al. Automated identification of sequence-tailored Cas9 proteins using massive metagenomic data. Nat Commun. 2022;13(1):6474.
  9. Kerachian MA, Azghandi M. Identification of long non-coding RNA using single nucleotide epimutation analysis: a novel gene discovery approach. Cancer Cell Int. 2022;22(1):337.
  10. Hafezi S, Saheb Sharif-Askari F, Saheb Sharif-Askari N, et al. Vitamin D enhances type I IFN signaling in COVID-19 patients. Sci Rep. 2022;12(1):17778.

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