Research projects and collaborations

Active participation as SME partner in scientific projects is one of the core activities of Hycult Biotech’s R&D department. Our projects range from one-to-one collaborations to international consortia. We add value in research projects and consortia by combining strength of our scientific focus, industrial development skills as well as commercial experience.




Product pipeline

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HDM-FUN (H2020)

Host-Directed Medicine in invasive FUNgal infections

Biomarker panel assay for diagnosis of fungal infections


COmplement Regulation and Variations in Opportunistic infectionS

Development  of antibodies and assays for measuring complement activation in infectious diseases


Development, dIagnostic and prevention of gender-related Somatic and mental COmorbitiEs in

iRritable bowel syndrome In Europe

Biomarker panel assays for diagnosis of IBS / research tools for animal models


Improved risk stratification prior to Kidney Transplantation by Discriminating Pathogenic from Clinically Irrelevant Donor Epitope Specific HLA antibodies in relation to complement activation

Biomarker panel assay for prediction of kidney rejection



Screening of inFlammation to enable personalized Medicine

Aim to develop a multiplex detection system to simultaneously quantify and analyse the functional activity of all seven FH-protein family members


Novel Antibacterial Compounds and Therapies Antagonizing Resistance - Boosting host immunity against Klebsiella pneumoniae

via therapeutic antibodies

Research tools / functional assays for assessing complement activation


Dual biomarker (LSH-TKI)

Towards a dual-biomarker blood test for the diagnosis of intestinal ischemia patients


Biomarker panel for investigation of gut integrity


Immune Fitness (TKI AGRI & FOOD)

Identification of markers for immune-fitness and  nutrients that are able to keep the immune system healthy during aging 

Identification and validation of biomarkers for immune fitness



Identification of microenvironmental factors shaping the functional properties of tissue resident

T cells in autoimmune diseases

Training/workshos in assay development and exploitation of research results


RELENT (H2020)

RELapses prevENTion in chronic autoimmune disease: common mechanisms and co-morbidities

PR3 (cat# HK384)


A1AT ELISA (cat# HK387)


Cathepsin G / NE-A1AT (under development)

Health-i-care (INTERREG)

Innovations for safer Healthcare - To protect the public from infections and help combat antibiotic resistance.

EcHECk assay for the detection of EHEC O157 infections (cat.# HK508)