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AbBy Fluor®, Bioss Brand of Fluorochromes

We are excited about the launch of AbBy Fluor®dyes. These bright and stable fluorochromes are supplied under Bioss brand, facilitating multiplex immunoassays.

Bioss  IVD Raw Materials

The ultimate goal of Bioss is to improve the health and quality of life of humans and animals. To help cure, treat, or prevent diseases, Bioss has developed antibodies and proteins in support of the development of in vitro diagnostic (IVD) tests. 

Flow Cytometry

Check out our catalog of ~700 optimized Flow Cytometry antibodies available in a "100 tests" size and designed to deliver brilliant results in your experiments.

Bioss Pathway Maps

Diving into a new project? Get up to speed quickly with these cellular and molecular pathway maps. Each one is expertly researched and hand-drawn by our scientific team. Autophagy, Tumor Immunology, MAPK, WNT Signaling, and many others are available to download, print, and share at your convenience. 

About Us

Bioss Inc is a leading antibody developer and manufacturer with state of the art technologies. We have developed over 11,000 primary antibodies and more than 130,000 derived products including fluorochrome conjugated antibodies. In addition to reliable loading control and tag antibodies, our catalog includes over 1000 specific antibodies recognizing proteins with phosphorylation, acetylation, or methylation modifications.