ReAgent Chemical Services

ReAgent is a leading UK chemical manufacturing company with over 40 years’ experience. We work with businesses across the UK and Europe to manufacture, pack and blend their chemical products and distribute them around the world. How can we help your business?

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What our customers are saying about ReAgent:

We found ReAgent via its website. We were really pleased to find a quality-approved chemical manufacturer with the flexibility and enthusiasm of ReAgent
Gary Wooton
Development Engineer
It has been a pleasure to work with ReAgent. Their level of expertise and attention to detail has allowed us to produce a much more cost efficient product with improved lead times.
Colin Bonsall
NDT Operation
ReAgent has worked closely to provide us with the specialist solutions we require. ReAgent has given us great customer service and technical support
John Toft
As a new company with a new product, we found ReAgent to be the perfect partners. Their patience and help was incredible, and the level of service we received gave us complete confidence
Becky Dare
The team at ReAgent took the time to fully understand all of our needs before offering a solution. They made a potentially difficult project very easy. In a word: brilliant!
Nick Barker
Managing Director

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Vitamins and Amino Acids Explained

Both vitamins and amino acids are important nutrients in the human body, performing various crucial functions. Vitamins are considered micronutrients and mainly function as cofactors and coenzymes in different metabolic processes, such as regulating protein synthesis. Meanwhile, amino acids are the fundamental building blocks of proteins. For instance, vitamin B12 or cobalamin has… Continue reading »

What is the Relationship Between Amino Acids and Proteins?

Amino acids and proteins have an integral relationship. Amino acids are traditionally defined as the fundamental building blocks of proteins, forming peptide bonds to build various types of them.  This linear structure is called the primary structure of proteins, and usually forms α-helices and β-structures as their secondary structures. In turn, they can… Continue reading »

What Are Amino Acids?

Amino acids are organic or carbon-based compounds that have two functional groups: an amino group and a carboxylate group.  The amino group is slightly basic, while the carboxylate group is acidic. See the illustration below for an example. The R group or side chain mainly determines the amino acid’s chemical and physical properties.… Continue reading »

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Established 1977


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Over 40 years experience


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