Applied Biosystems Solutions for Complex Disease Research

Applied Biosystems solutions have the answers to big complex disease questions

What if we could prevent psychiatric diseases, cure Alzheimer’s, or find a way to effectively treat autoimmune diseases? When it comes to finding the answers to your complex disease questions, look no further than Applied Biosystems solutions. We bring together the flexibility, focus, and breadth of solutions you need to identify, understand, and treat complex diseases with confidence.

Integrating technologies to study neurodegeneration eBook

Neurodegenerative diseases are a group of debilitating and largely untreatable conditions characterized by the progressive loss of various parts of the central or peripheral nervous system.


Download our new eBook to learn about the latest innovations in ALS & Parkinson's treatment from experts and how genetic analysis technologies can support your neuroscience research.

Customer spotlights

Diana Mechtcheriakova & Anastasia Meshcheryakova

Medical University of Vienna

This mother-daughter research team is working together to decipher the pathomechanisms underlying complex diseases.


Peter Böhm

Chief Medical Laboratory Scientist

Peter Böhm’s job is to make sure the scientists at his hospital have access to the right instruments at the right time. Hear him discuss how technology has evolved over his career.

Quinton Smith

Assistant Professor
University of California, Irvine

Quinton Smith talks about how his engineering-based approach to stem cell research has implications for complex conditions such as end-stage liver disease.

Nikolaos Mellios

University of New Mexico

Nikolaos Mellios shares how his research into circular RNA can help answer questions about neurological and psychiatric disorders such as bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.

Maristella Donato

PhD Candidate
University of Padua/University of Washington

Maristella Donato is using TaqMan™ Gene Expression assays to understand the linkage between diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Joanna Williams

Associate Professor
University of Otago

Professor Williams’ lab hopes to use TaqMan Arrays to identify the early markers of Alzheimer’s disease, with the goal of helping to preserve the oral history traditions of the Maori people of Aotearoa.

Featured blog posts

Linking diabetes and heart disease

PhD student Maristella Donato aims to uncover new knowledge on the link between diabetes and heart disease, paving the way for pharmacological treatments.


Spinal disease and dPCR

Spinal muscular atrophy is a genetic disorder characterized by weakness and atrophy in muscles used for movement. A team of researchers in California used dPCR to study genes involved and developed a protocol that could make future research easier.

Age as a disease risk factor

As head of the RNA-Mediated Mechanisms of Disease group at the University of Exeter Medical School, Dr. Lorna Harries leads the group’s investigation into how and why we age.


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