[job] Technicien/Technicienne en recherche, développement et production

Dans le cadre de notre développement, nous recrutons un(e) Technicien(ne) en recherche et développement axée sur des modèles hépatiques in vitro. Vous serez en charge de : Gestion du laboratoire (commandes, entretien des machines, règles HSE, gestion des stocks) Maintien des cultures cellulaires en routine (lignées, cellules primaires, cellules souches, etc…) Read more…

[job position] Ingénieur / Ingénieure en techniques biologiques – Biotechnology Engineer (F/M)

L’ingénieur(e) d’étude mettra au point des méthodes expérimentales permettant de développer un modèle tri-dimensionelle de tumeurs colorectales et de prostate avec la technologie Biomimesys développée par HCS Pharma. La technologie de culture BIOMIMESYS® 3D reproduit fidèlement le microenvironnement naturel des cellules d’un organe cible. Il est attendu un soutien conceptuel Read more…

HCS Pharma is selected for the co-innovation program France-Singapore 2022 of BPI France and Hello Tomorrow

We are very please to annonce our selection in the “CO-INNO INTERNATIONAL” program. Jointly organised by BPI France and Hello Tomorrow, the CO-INNO program accelerates and supports the most cutting-edge French startups from the discovery of the Singaporean ecosystem to the establishment of technological partnerships, funding and even their settlement Read more…

Human liver organoids and disease models, it’s time to use a more realistic ECM

The current hiPSC-derived models are adapted to reproduce diseases of genetic origin in two dimensions and have allowed in recent years to model diseases by using hepatocyte-like-cells (HCL) such as: Alpha1-antitrypsin (A1AT) deficiency (Tafaleng et al., 2015) Familial transthyretin-related amyloidosis (ATTR) (Isono et al., 2014) Glycogen storage deficiency (Satoh et Read more…

Importance of the liver extracellular matrix in the development of NASH/ASH

The extracellular matrix (ECM) is a non-cellular component of tissues and organs. It is mainly composed of structural elements (proteoglycans collagens, elastin) and cell adhesion proteins such as fibronectin and laminins. The ECM forms a complex structure with physical properties (elasticity, tensile and compression strength), which provides physical support for Read more…

BIOMIMESYS® Adipose tissue

Regulation of lipid accumulation : application with BIOMIMESYS® Adipose tissue

Retinoic acid and Caffeine are reference molecules known for their inhibitory activity on lipogenesis. Retinoic acid, a derivative of vitamin A, inhibits adipogenesis by blocking adipogenic factors such as PPARγ2 and C / EBPα, via the Retinoic acid receptor (RAR) ligand (1). Caffeine, a non-selective adenosine antagonist receptor, is used Read more…