Biosynth and Tel Aviv University declare their association on light-producing journalist particles. To detect molecular processes inside cells or biological samples the experts from Tel Aviv University developed new substance. The new mixes don’t require any hereditary change of cells and no excitation light source is required.

Switzerland’s Biosynth company providing intermediate chemicals to the life science industry as well as to the Tel Aviv University through its Business Engagement Center Ramot.

For research and diagnostic applications Prof. Doron Shabat has developed a series of Dioxetane based novel chemiluminescence probes, this work acknowledged much attention as well as published in ACS central science.

These tests offer remarkable points of interest as they can fill in as single operators as well as they have a higher affectability over at present existing tests. They formed to work under physiological conditions.

President of Biosynth, Dr. Spitz said, “We develop reporter molecules for bioanalytical and diagnostics producers across the globe. As soon as I read Doron’s publication I realized how huge the invention’s potential really is – it will dramatically improve the handling and speed of bio tests”.

Biosynth will allow to make the tests as well as pitch them to clients. The arrangement of developed tests has different business applications, focusing on a potential multibillion dollar showcase.

VP BD Life Sciences, Ramot, Dr. Adi Elkeles said, “We are confident that Biosynth is the right partner with the most professional tools to rapidly bring this technology to the market. We intend to work with Biosynth to generate many agreements with multiple players in the various life science sectors in order to make AquaSpark the acknowledged standard Dioxetane-based novel probe for research and diagnostic applications”.

Prof. Shabat concluded, “We are extremely encouraged by the speed at which our initial communication and cooperation have developed and I look forward to expanding our collaboration with additional extensions of the current technology which looks very promising”.