Genmebio is mainly engaged in international trade in the medical industry. Its main products include in vitro diagnostic reagents, professional laboratory reagents and consumables, PPE and other medical supplies.
The founder of the company has more than 20 years of experience in the medical industry, and has established good relationships with major medical companies at home and abroad.
The company's products have been sold to more than 20 countries and regions around the world.Contact Us
Genmebio is a professional medical reagent, lab consumables, endoscope, nucleic acid extraction system supplier.
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- Area A, Jida Creative Park, No. 1 Yingjun Road, Zhuji Street, Tianhe District, Guangzhou, China
Our clients are our inspiration
Our desire to innovate is driven by our customers' passion for their respective fields. From physicians seeking solutions to diagnose and prevent disease, to researchers conquering new scientific frontiers and translating genomic insights into new medicines, we are inspired by their discoveries and breakthroughs.
Leading viral nucleic acid detection
Our product portfolio supports our customers in nucleic acid testing in the field of viral diagnostics and viral analysis. From the first important step in extracting DNA, RNA and proteins from viral samples, to novel nucleic acid testing techniques for single or multiple viral variants, and laboratory supplies for analyzing and interpreting molecular data to provide valuable information. Our automated nucleic acid extraction systems integrate all these steps into a seamless end-to-end workflow.
2019 African Swine Fever epidemic: Provide more than 1000 nucleic acid extractors and over 10 million viral nucleic acid detection kits. 2020 New Coronary Pneumonia Epidemic,up to now, more than 20 million viral nucleic acid extraction kits and nearly 5000 automatic nucleic acid extraction instruments have been provided to hospitals and CDCs.