As one of the leading manufacturers of medical laboratory diagnostics worldwide, EUROIMMUN stands for innovation. More than 3,500 employees in 17 countries develop, produce and sell test systems to support the diagnosis of diseases, as well as software and automation solutions for the performance and evaluation of these tests. Laboratories in over 140 countries use EUROIMMUN products for the diagnosis of autoimmune and infectious diseases as well as allergies, and to perform genetic analyses.
For clarification of multiple sensitisations, EUROIMMUN offers different atopy profiles (EUROLINE) for simultaneous in vitro determination of different human IgE antibodies against the most frequent inhalation and food allergens in serum or plasma. Moreover, country-specific profiles are available which take into account the characteristics of regional allergen exposure.
Euroimmun offers a range of autoimmune diagnostics based on the ELISA, IFA or Immunoblot Methods for: - Rheumatology - Hepatology - Gastroenterology - Endocrinology - Neurology - Nephrology - Dermatology
Euroimmun diagnostics can be run on automated ELISA, IFA or Immunoblot systems: IFA - Fast and reliable IIFT automation system - IF Sprinter (Fully automated processing of immunofluorescence tests) - EUROPattern (Computer-aided immunofluorescence microscopy) - EUROStarIII Plus (LED microscope for fluoresence and transmitted-light microscopy) ELISA - Fully automated, user friendly ELISA processing system - EUROIMMUN Analyzer I-2Ption IFA - EUROIMMUN Analyzer I Microarray - EUROArrayScan System (analysis & evaluation system for molecular diagnostics) Immunoblot - Automation system for Immunoblot strips - EUROLineMaster - EUROBlotOne
Euroimmun offers a range of infection diagnostics based on the ELISA, IFA or Immunoblot Methods for: - SARS-CoV-2 - Gastrointestinal infections - Respiratory infections - CSF diagnostics - Parasite infections - Pregnancy-related infections - Sexually transmitted infections - Herpes virus infections - Tick-borne infections - Emerging diseases - Mycoses - Vaccine-preventable diseases