Why Choose Our Sera?

We produce only best-in-class cell culture products.

Hold up our bottled sera and you’ll see that the proof is in its clarity, and we guarantee these results from the first bottle to the nth. Because we honor the process and don’t cut any corners, you get the world’s clearest and highest performing native sera, with certified traceability.

Our process is 100% cold chain with a mean processing temperature of 1.7 degrees celsius.

Computer-illustrated color graphic of the eight steps of the cold chain process, shown horizontally.
Computer-illustrated graphic of step one of the cold chain process, indicated as 'Bulk Material Storage and Quarantine'. A man wearing a white lab coat and holding a clipboard stands near an oversized cardboard box with signage around it that says Quarantine. A thermometer shows that the temperature is cold.
Computer-illustrated graphic of step two in the cold chain process, indicated as 'Controlled Thaw of Bulk Material 500 to 3000 Liters'. A woman wearing a lab coat and holding a clipboard stands next to a cold storage room filled with bottles of serum. A thermometer shows the temperature to be cold.
Computer-illustrated color graphic of step three in the cold chain process, indicated as 'Screen and Sample to Product Specification'. The back of a small man wearing a lab coat and holding up an oversized magnifying glass stands next to beakers and lab equipment bottles, looking at an enlarged version of a gloved hand using a pipette and holding a pipette tray
Computer-illustrated graphic of step four in the cold chain process, indicated as Pool and Sterile Process Through three serial 100 nm filters. In the illustration, a man wearing a white lab coat points up to an enlarged image of three windows numbered one, two, and three, and a small graph in the opposite corner of the man to show the sterilization is complete
Computer-illustrated graphic of step five in the cold chaing process, indicated as Collect and Homogenize Filtrate into a Single Sterile Bladder. The illustration shows a woman holding a clipboard, standing next to an enlarged container that represents this step.
Computer-illustrated graphic of step six in the cold chain process, indicated as Aseptically Despense into 50 - 1,000ml PETG. The illustration shows bottles of serum in the top half, and below that a worker dressed in a white protective suit and working with bottles of serum.
Computer-illustrated graphic showing step number seven in the cold chain process, indicated as Torque, Seal, Label, and Box Product. The graphic shows bottles of sera on a conveyer belt with two bottles going into a cardboard box, and a worker wheeling boxes onto a palette.
Computer-illustrated graphic of step eight, indicated as 'Freeze and Store at -20 degrees Celsius', freeze and store at -20 degrees celsius, in the serum production process

We make a difference by being different.

We maintain a 100% cold chain process

Our quality is never diminished. Serum is thawed under strict guidelines and maintained at less than 8 degrees celsius for the most complete cold chain found anywhere.

100% single-use, disposable manufacturing process

Unlike others who process serum in reusable stainless steel vessels routinely sanitized with toxic chemicals, Axenia BioLogix prides itself in employing single-use, recyclable processing components. This means the highest possible yields and a minuscule amount of waste, saving its clients thousands of dollars along the way.

100% homogeneity

Consistency means that there is no biochemical difference between the first bottle and any subsequent bottle. Every bottle within a lot is identical for all intents and purposes, whether the lot is 1,000 bottles or 6,000 bottles.

Turnkey solution

Our seamless process for both import and export of sera products make us unique, customer-focused, and willing to go the extra mile for all of our customers.

Serum is fundamental in the manufacture of vaccines and in the research and development of new clinical therapies. The importance of serum in this role remains unrecognised. As new therapies continue to be developed, the demand for these products will increase together, as will the need for full transparency and traceability. Companies such as Axenia and Life Science Group, who care deeply and passionately about these products, continue to lead the way in producing reliable, quality material thereby assuring a sustainable future for the industry.

– Jennifer Murray, Managing Director, Life Science Group Ltd, UK./Chair, International Serum Industry Association

Here’s a video we made back in 2010 when we opened our new facility.

Thanks to the loyalty of our like-minded customers, we are thriving and producing more product in 2019 than ever before. And our mission stays strong; daily, we aim to produce the highest quality sera on the market while steering the serum industry to a transparent future, one new customer (and friend) at a time.

Find out more about sera, why Axenia Biologix founder Stephen Judd cares so much about it, and why the ISIA is so important.