Research & Diagnostics

Offering Research & Diagnostic
Products & Services

We are able to help you throughout the entire process. We can help with both Companion Diagnostic products (CDx) and In-vitro Diagnostic Products (IVD), offering assistance throughout your approval process.

Research & Diagnostic Products

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Standardized hydrophilic & hydrophobic magnetic microparticles used for life science applications.

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Blocking agent composed of 100% chemically synthesized polymers, devoid of the safety & purity issues of biological blocking reagents.

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Uniform-sized polystyrene latex particles for agglutination tests with a variety of sizes & surfaces available.

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MBL is committed to being a leading manufacturer and supplier of diagnostic reagents that facilitate further advances in personalized medicine and individualization of medical care and responding to strong medico-social needs such as quick and accurate infectious disease diagnosis.

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Research & Diagnostic Services

Crown Bioscience

Crown Bioscience brings clarity to drug discovery around the world by helping biopharmaceutical companies solve some of today's most pressing challenges in oncology, inflammation, cardiovascular, and metabolic disease research.

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Research engineers from the JSR Group, promoting the development of advanced materials and chemical products, can now collaborate at JKiC with the medical researchers/doctors of Keio University School of Medicine & Keio University Hospital engaged in cutting-edge medical research reaching from foundational to clinical research.

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Looking for a CDx Partner in Japan?

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MBL in Japan is a one stop shop. MBL is #1 for new IVD medical reimbursement approvals in Japan with an Extensive KOL Network required for approvals.



Endoderm Derived Organoids Generated From Non-Human Primates

Intestinal organoids have been generated from mice, chickens and asian house shrews by the method established by Sato et al. (Nature , 2009), to investigate the function of endoderm derived sensor cells. In order to extrapolate from animal experiments to human,  a non-human primate organoid culture system has recently been introduced. Learn more about the effort to generate organoids from monkey intestines, tongues and pancreases.


JSR Life Sciences Webinar KEN IWATSUKI,

Presenter: Ken Iwatsuki
Tokyo University of Agriculture