We are happy to announce that Brittany region continue to help us (article in french) and co-funds one of our R&D projects in collaboration with Dr Anne Corlu, head of team 2 and Dr Bernard Fromenty, head of team 3 of UMR991 directed by Dr Bruno Clément in Rennes. Our R&D projects have two goals :

  • To develop new hepatotoxicity assays as steatosis, phospholipidosis, NASH… in 3D to order to mimic at best in situ situation
  • To undestand the implication of the microenvironnement in hepatocarcinoma development and thus to develop new assays in order to found new drugs to treat this disease

We really want to thanks Brittany region for its support and we are happy to work in collaboration with researchers in Rennes recognised in their work. Thank you also to id2sante for their help in this project.


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