The Nordic Bioscience biomarkers can provide great value in hepatic diseases with fibrotic involvement such as NASH, Viral Liver Disease, Immune-Mediated Liver Disease (AIH, PBC and PSC), Alcoholic Liver Disease and the like.
Nordic Bioscience has experience measuring proprietary biomarkers in a wide variety of respiratory diseases such as asthma, COPD and IPF. We also aid companies with their biomarker strategy, and how to obtain the most value. We have a skilled team of scientists ready to assist you - please feel free to book a meeting.
Our kidney team has great experience validating and measuring fibrosis markers in a wide range of renal diseases. Take a further look below to understand how we can predict response to treatment, understand disease severity and identify progressors - or catch up with a Nordic scientist. We would be pleased to provide input on your biomarker strategies.
Multi organ diseases such as Systemic Sclerosis or Sjögren's syndrome are high tissue turnover diseases. We have several markers that can provide value to the biomarker strategies for these diseases. Don’t hesitate to reach out to get in touch with a Nordic biomarker scientist specialized in these areas.
Nordic Bioscience is founded on a strong knowledge and curiosity in the bone field that developed into the joint field. We therefore have a proven history working with biomarkers in rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and other arthritic diseases.
We have a wide selection of gastrointestinal biomarkers, especially biomarkers for ulcerative colitis and biomarkers for Crohn's Disease. Our scientific team will assist you in selecting biomarkers based on your research question. You can also read the rationale behind some of our most popular biomarkers for IBD on this page.
Read more about how you can utilize the Nordic Bioscience biomarkers in cardiovascular studies. In this section we will go into detail with our biomarkers in Myocardial Infarction, Atherosclerosis and Heart Failure (including biomarkers for HFpEF).
In this section you will find interesting articles about how our unique markers can help your cancer study. We are known for measuring fibrosis, which is highly relevant in cancer, but we also have a selection of non-invasive immune activity biomarkers.
We are doing very interesting research on applicable biomarkers for neuroscience indications. Most progressed is our research on biomarkers for Alzheimer's, where the identification of active neurodegeneration is essential. Read more about that here.
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or other inquiries.