Address:
Muehlweg 2a
Sauerlach
82054
Germany

Contact Number:
Telephone: 49 8104 61620 / Fax: 49 8104 61648

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Catgory:
Crop production


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LOEWE BIOCHEMICA GMBH

Established in 1988, LOEWE® is one of the leading commercial suppliers of reagents for plant pathogen detection. Based in Southern Germany near Munich, our main directive is to offer solutions for plant disease diagnostics by developing and producing high-quality serological and molecular products and by providing fast and reliable service to the plant health community worldwide. Our extensive R&D activities allow us to continuously extend our comprehensive repertoire of diagnostic tools for the detection of plant pathogens, like viruses, bacteria, and fungi. Our product range includes reagents for sensitive and specific detection of more than 150 pathogens by either ELISA, LOEWE®FAST rapid tests, Immuno Fluorescence assays, or PCR. Through collaboration with plant scientists, we are striving towards introducing new and innovative technologies and products into our portfolio, especially in the emerging field of Molecular Diagnostics.

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