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ProAxsis specialises in four key areas of business:

Neutrophil Elastase Airways Test
  • Rapid point-of-care tests – NEATstik®, a lateral flow test for measuring active neutrophil elastase at point-of-care, was registered with a CE Mark in September 2017.
Clinical research services
Academic and Pharmaceutical Company Researchers
  • Our experienced team can provide a number of services for both academic and pharmaceutical company researchers, and are able to offer sample analysis at our purpose-built laboratory for a range of proteases and other inflammatory biomarkers.
ProAxsis R&D Projects
are supported by a variety of external partners
  • ProAxsis has a number of R&D projects ongoing, whch are supported by a variety of external partners. We are also able to conduct bespoke R&D projects at the request of academic groups or pharmaceutical companies.


Following on from the commercialisation update provided in November, ProAxsis is pleased to report the first sale of NEATstik®, the company’s novel sputum-based point-of-care test, to a research laboratory conducting an ongoing respiratory clinical trial for a pharmaceutical company. NEATstik® was registered with a CE Mark in the …

February 15, 2018

ProAxsis Limited (www.proaxsis.com) today announces that it has successfully registered a CE Mark for its ProteaseTag® Active Plasmin Immunoassay. This novel technology will enable academic and pharmaceutical researchers to specifically measure only the active form of plasmin, a protease associated with fibrinolysis. It is believed that plasmin is …

January 8, 2018

ProAxsis’ ProteaseTag® technology will again be featured at the Winter meeting of the British Thoracic Society, which takes place between December 6th-8th at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, in London. Further details of the abstracts accepted for presentation by the conference review committee are detailed below: NEATstik® – …

December 5, 2017
ProAxsis | developing products for the capture, detection and measurement of active protease biomarkers of disease