HYPHEN BioMed was created in January 1999, to bring innovative tools to medical, pharmaceutical and hospital laboratories. Located in France, HYPHEN BioMed specializes in diagnostic and research reagents for applications related to thrombosis, hemostasis and auto immune diseases.
With a continuously growing portfolio of reagents including purified proteins and enzymes, monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies, immunoconjugates, and immunological assay kits for research and diagnostics, HYPHEN BioMed supplies the following product lines:
HEMOCLOT™: A range of routine and specialized clotting assays designed with highly purified coagulation factors and other raw materials.
BIOPHEN™: Innovative technology of chromogenic assays as well as calibrators and controls (traceable to the WHO International Standards) fully automatable on laboratory instruments.
ZYMUPHEN™: Proprietary bio-immunoassays, highly specific, for testing rare protein activities in coagulation and fibrinolysis (such as tPA, PAI-1, TF, TAFI, EVs…)
ZYMUTEST™: Complete line of highly sensitive, accurate and specific Enzyme Immunoassays (ELISA) which remains the reference method for the exploration of biomarkers and proteins of thrombotic diseases, fibrinolysis or autoimmunity and drug induced thrombocytopenia for example.
LIAPHEN™: A range of enhanced turbidimetric latex immunoassays for quantitative determination of various hemostasis proteins and biomarkers on citrated plasma, fully automatable on laboratory instruments.
HYPHEN BioMed’s quality management system is certified to ISO 13485:2016.
Popular product ranges:
- Human Thrombin – prepared from a prothrombin complex extracted from human plasma
- Reagents for Heparin and their analogues – a range of reagents, calibrators and controls. (HEMOCLOT™ and BIOPHEN™) for measurement of direct anticoagulants, heparins and their analogues for diagnostic, research and pharmaceutical industry use.
- Chromogenic Substrates – part of the BIOPHEN™ range of products for use in chromogenic assays and include substrates for factor Xa, kallicrein and thrombin.