As a science company, BIOGENAworks together with renowned institutes and university research facilities. Through these external scientific co-operations, Biogena supports innovative research projects and well-founded studies.  The resulting findings contribute to our highly effective micronutrient formulations.

GANZIMMUN Diagnostics GmbH
This medical diagnostic laboratory based in Mainz receives 40,000 samples from all over Europe every day. The aim is to be able to diagnose allergies, food intolerances, and metabolic or immunological diseases by finding laboratory parameters. An interdisciplinary team of more than 370 employees is available for this purpose.
Medical Enzyme Research Society
The Medizinische Enzymforschungsgesellschaft (MEF), based in Grassau, Bavaria, is concerned with research into the pharmacokinetic behavior of enzymes and the medically and scientifically sound description of their use in therapy. The focus is on acute and chronic inflammatory diseases and oncology.
International Society of Mayr Physicians
The purpose of the International Society of Mayr Physicians is to further develop and disseminate the diagnostic and therapeutic findings of the physician F. X. Mayr in a contemporary manner. Its tasks include the training and further education of Mayr doctors and the organisation of case observations. Around 600 doctors are members of the society.
Viva Mayr - the centre for modern medicine
At the Mayr Centres in Maria Wörth and Altaussee, diagnostics and therapy according to F. X. Mayr are combined and supplemented by applied kinesiology, the functional muscle tests used by doctors (kinesiology). In addition to daily medical abdominal treatments, massages, Kneipp treatments, exercise therapy, and individual support programs are offered. VIVA-Mayr and Biogena co-operate closely in the development of practical micronutrient preparations.
LEFO Institute for Food and Environment GmbH
The LEFO-Institut für Lebensmittel und Umwelt GmbH near Hamburg is an independent accredited laboratory that analyses food, cosmetics, and consumer goods. Here, a competent team of chemists, biologists and food chemists analyze and approve every Biogena product batch. The LEFO Institute is the point of contact for food law issues, safety assessments, and quality controls.
Forum Orthomolecular Medicine
The Forum Orthomolecular Medicine, based in Munich, is a non-profit organization in which interested therapists and laypersons can become members of the "Health Professions" or "Supporting Members" sections. Members can participate in the association's projects and are regularly informed about current activities. For therapists, further training events are also offered based on a training curriculum.
The platform
The platform (Orthomolecular Medicine Doctors' Platform) is a training program for orthomolecular medicine. This branch has established itself in recent years as a link between conventional medicine and complementary medicine. The aim of this newly designed training program - at the end of which the ÖÄK Diploma in Orthomolecular Medicine is awarded - is to provide practical training by lecturers who have many years of experience in the use of micronutrients.
Paracelsus Medical University
BIOGENA launched a joint research project with Paracelsus Medical University in search of as yet unknown sites of action of the plant substance spermidine. Using pharmacophore analysis, a computer-assisted method that is also used in the research of new drugs, a team led by Prof Dr Daniela Schuster was able to show a previously unknown interaction possibility of spermidine with a protein of the lung tissue.