When you purchase products from Nordic Biomarker, you do not only get a kit with reagents. Read more about how we can help you with instrument applications, regulatory documents and education.
Customized OEM solutions
While our standard OEM offer has been designed to offer flexibility and to perform well on a large variety of instruments, we also offer the possibility to develop custom OEM reagents for our customers. The level of customization can range from a unique filling volume to the development of a novel reagent adapted to meet our customers’ requirements. Please contact us for more information on how we can be of service to you!
The best asset for our customers is perhaps the support we give them to adapt our reagents to their own instruments. We know how the intricate interplay works, between both the fixed and adjustable parameters of an analyzer: optical wavelength, optical path length, minimal cuvette volume, sample volume, reagent volumes, mixing, incubation times, data acquisition and data analysis.
When you buy our CE-marked kit we are responsible for the product and its documentation. But if you want to be one of our OEM-distributors, and formally responsible for the product yourself, we will help you with your regulatory issues to get your own branded products out on the market.
Why are they called latex particles?
Latex particles are used in Nordic Biomarker’s products. What are they?
Hemostasis, thrombosis or coagulation – what is the difference?
A short explanation of these different words for those that are new to the subject.
What is the difference between Blue and Red D-dimer?
This paper explains when to choose one D-dimer kit or the other.
Optical interferences - and how to reduce them
A breif explanation as to why higher wavelengths are preferable in some cases.
Antibody-specific interferences - and how to reduce them
Pros and cons with expensive addatives and production methods.
How to the test linearity of an assay
Calibration curves need not be linear, but the results they deliver should be linear.
What is protein S and protein S deficiency?
This whitepaper provides you with an oversight of protein S: what is free and bound protein S, what functions does protein S have in the body, and what might a deficiency result in?
Why free protein S assay is the first choice
There are assays for both free and total protein S on the market. What are their respective characteristics and why is the use of a free protein S assay recommended for screening by international authorities?
What is von Willebrand factor (vWF) and von Willebrand disease (vWD)?
Learn about vWFs role in the body and about von Willebrand’s disease, the most common inherited bleeding disorder.
Protein C and Its Functions
Learn about the functions of protein C in the body, and what happens when it does not work like it is supposed to.