Laboratory Ι Bioglobe


to Bioglobe, one of Germany's most renowned and advanced laboratories for molecular genetic services


We offer molecular genetic diagnostics in the fields of endocrinology, diabetology, metabolism, oncology, neurology, mitochondrial diseases and pharmacogenetics


Identification of the personal genetic disposition and targeted prevention of illnesses: genetic disposition analyses are the basis for customised therapies

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We support research and development projects of companies and academic institutes – in the role of service provider or cooperation partner

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Project 150: Hamburg laboratory conceives globally unique project

29. Februar 2016
In the biggest identification project of all time, the government of the state of Vietnam wants to recover the victims of the Vietnam War from mass graves, identify them genetically and give them to their families so that they can be honoured and buried according to their culture. The concept for the implementation of “Project 150” comes from Hamburg: at the end of 2015, as part of two-year project planning, Prof Wolfgang Höppner, founder of the genetic laboratory Bioglobe, outlined the project flow and signed a contract that includes the comprehensive knowledge and technology transfer to Vietnam. In the course of the project, laboratories in Hanoi are to be largely equipped with German technology so that the identifications can be performed in the country itself.

Nature publishes Article

12. Januar 2016
The magazine Nature published today an article about the identification project that Bioglobe has developed in cooperation with Vietnam. Nature is ranked as the world's most cited scientific journal. It is regarded as the journal with the highest scientific influence worldwide (so called impact factor). To the Article

Bioglobe supports identification of Vietnam War victims

17. Dezember 2015
Bioglobe has developed a concept for genetic identification of hundreds of thousands of victims of the Vietnam War for the government of Vietnam. In the largest identification project of all times Hanoi intends to recover the victims of the Vietnam War from mass graves, genetically identify and hand the victims over to their families so that they can be honoured and buried in accordance with the culture. After about two years of project planning, last week Bioglobe founder and CEO Prof Dr Wolfgang Höppner was able to sign a contract that includes the technology transfer for the extensive project.