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SERION Diagnostics

40 years of experience and specializing in the development and manufacture of in-vitro diagnostics with more than 120 employees ensure supply of high quality solutions for IVD products.

Our product portfolio comprises different test systems for the serological detection of infectious diseases, which can be caused by various viruses, bacteria, parasites or fungi. With more than 100 different parameters we offer one of the largest ELISA portfolios for the diagnosis of infectious diseases worldwide including rare parameters such as Francisella tularensisCoxiella burnetii and Brucella. For a comfortable, cost and time-efficient processing, we offer modern automation solutions as well as detailed and user-friendly software tools.



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SERION Diagnostics offers test systems for diagnosis of infectious diseases (SERION ELISA classic antigen, SERION CFT), SERION controls for your internal quality control, automation solutions and software tools for easy handling. Besides the standard serology application various SERION ELISA classic tests allow the detection of intrathecal synthesized antibodies in cerebrospinal fluid for CSF diagnostics, the determination of IgG antibody avidity for the differentiation of acute from recent infections and are suitable for newborn screening with dried blood spots (DBS).


Current News from our Company


Now available: SERION ELISA classic Chikungunya Virus IgG und IgM

We are very happy to announce that the new SERION ELISA classic Chikungunya Virus IgG and IgM tests will supplement our panel for the detection of tropical infectious diseases.


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News about CSF diagnostics with SERION ELISA classic

We are proud to announce that in a recent study in the Netherlands our SERION ELISA classic Borrelia IgG and IgM tests demonstrated very good diagnostic performances.


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Increasing West Nile Virus Infections in Europe

Compared to the 200 reported infections within the EU in 2017, there is a marked increase in West Nile Virus infections in 2018.

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