You might be wondering, where is the old ZBx website?  ZBx is still a thriving diagnostics company headquartered in Toronto, Canada.  They’re still making the same reliable ZAP products, only now they’re branded under NOW Diagnostic’s ADXEUSDxTM brand.  Click here to browse our products.

ZBx became a wholly owned subsidiary of NOW Diagnostics, Inc back in 2015.  We welcome the opportunity to serve you with the same great products and services, as always.

Contact us here, or call 479-966-4530.

Many Thanks,

The NOW Diagnostics/ZBx Team

About ZBx

ZBx, based in Ontario, is a private biomedical company that was founded in 2002 to develop and manufacture rapid format, laboratory and point of care diagnostic products in the human and veterinary fields. The company has created the platform development and licensing of two test cartridge designs for serum, plasma or whole blood – the ZAP™ and ZAP Micro™ brands.

“This acquisition of ZBx is a major milestone for NOWDiagnostics and will provide us a strategic roadmap to faster, more efficient market entry,” said Jeremy Wilson, chairman of NOWDiagnostics. “Our technology is revolutionary and will change the diagnostics industry for the better. We’re excited to bring ZBx’s innovative thinking to our team.”

 

About NOWDiagnostics

NOW Diagnostics Inc., based in Springdale, Ark., is a leader in innovative diagnostics testing. Its ADEXUSDx® product line features a lab at your fingertip, using a single drop of blood to test for a variety of common conditions, illnesses, and diseases with results in a matter of minutes. By eliminating the need to send tests to off-site laboratories, NOW Diagnostics has the potential to decrease the waiting period to determine test results by days. The company’s Springdale, Ark., facility was officially registered with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in December 2014. The company is currently offering an hCG (pregnancy) test in the United States and Europe as well as three cardiac (heart attack) tests and three toxicology tests in Europe