I was present at the last congress ELRIGfr in Brussels. It was a strong exchange place with interesting presentations around robotics. It is always really interesting to see examples of innovative automation which give really robust results.
We are really pleased to announce that we have received the award of innovative poster for our Parkinson model and first results in 3D culture.
Nathalie and Julian were present during ELRIGfr event last week. They presented their company, their work and their collaborations. They have also presented two posters, one on co-culture model of Parkinson and first results in 3D dimension, and the other one, on genotoxicity and steatosis assay on HepG2 cells.
First assays were performed these two last months on Parkinson disease cell model and we have obtained our first results on neuronal cell line culture and on co-culture of neuronal and macrophagic cells. A nice Read more…