Research and Development
As a long-term strategy Mycoplasma Biosafety Services GmbH has entered the expanding and lucrative "product supply" market which is related to mycoplasma detection, prevention and control. The first R&D investment is partly financed through public funds of the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) available for industrial research and development in Austria.
Three newly developed innovative mycoplasma culture media products (mbsABO, mbsALPHA, mbsMHYO) launched in 2014 as the first commercial products have a high market potential. A number of new innovative products are currently in development as future licensable products for the commercial mycoplasma testing, diagnostic and veterinary vaccine market market. This product pipeline ensures a growing revenue base for the company.
Mycoplasma Biosafety is further driving innovation by close collaborations with industrial partners. In several projects we cooperate with our client’s research departments to develop novel vaccines.
Mycoplasma Biosafety maintains through Prof. Renate Rosengarten tight interactions with the Institute of Bacteriology, Mycology and Hygiene (IBMH) at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Austria. Renowned for its excellence in basic and applied mycoplasma research, the scientific exchange with researchers at IBMH provides important input for collaborative research projects we carry out with our partners.
With these close contacts to academia and the researching industry Mycoplasma Biosafety drives innovation in mycoplasmology.
Mycoplasma Biosafety offers not only high-quality mycoplasma testing, test validation and consultancy services. We are also offering to be a competent partner and collaborator in cutting-edge contract research projects.
Whether it is about ideas for novel products for the detection or elimination of mycoplasmas, or for innovative methods for development of new detection assays - Mycoplasma Biosafety can provide the necessary support to transform these ideas into a successful contract research project.