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Operon Biotech and Healthcare is a bio medical Company with deep industry knowledge. We are slowly expanding in the vast length and breadth of the country strengthening our presence by network of distributor partners and customers alike.

“We are here to listen, discuss and deliver solutions”

What We Do

We collaborate with the best of companies and work closely with our customers. We then offer our end users unparalleled service, technical support and training. End result is a happy customer, a smiling patient and a Proud WE.

Afser Shariff, CEO of the company puts it “founded on the belief of providing Stable, Sustainable and Scalable diagnostic tools & Solutions, Operon Biotech intends to bring a portfolio of POCT, Hematology and HealthCare products to Indian market”.

Our aim is to be a reputed Indian manufacturer of biomedical equipments and reagents more so in the field of Coagulation and we aim to achieve this by the year 2025.

Mission

To work on specific Focus, understand our Customers, improvise on our Products and Services, with aid of rapidly evolving and advancing Technologies and be a substantial player in the Growing healthcare industry.

Vision

To be independent, professional, trustworthy and a reliable healthcare company, a company that can create meaningful jobs, improve the quality of our lives, aid in the growth of nation and be increasingly profitable.

About Our Logo

Operon biotech and healthcare

Our logo personifies TEAM. We all are different, think different but have a common goal and that goal is to deliver Health and Happiness.WE in our LOGO is not restrictive to Team Operon! Our Alliance Partners and Clients are integral part of our Logo’s aesthetics and meaning.

About Operon

The company was named after Operon which in genetics is simply defined as a “cluster of genes transcribed into a single mRNA molecule”. Operon is a functioning unit of genomic DNA containing a cluster of genes under the control of a single promoter. The genes are transcribed together into an mRNA strand and either translated together in the cytoplasm, or undergo trans-splicing to create monocistronic mRNAs that are translated separately, i.e. several strands of mRNA that each encode a single gene product.

The result of this is that the genes contained in the operon are either expressed together or not at all. Several genes must be co-transcribed to define an operon.