Artificial intelligence to improve 3D cell culture : a milestone for HCS pharma

As you may now, in HCS Pharma we strongly believe that the critical point of the human health evolution in next years is the in vitro 3D cell culture, especially for complex diseases like cancer [1]. It’s why we work hard on our exclusive BIOMIMESYS® technology. As experts in HCS and cell imaging, we must master all the process : 3D biological models, 3D cell culture, volumetric pictures acquisition, 3D reconstruction and segmentation of cells and ECM compounds, 3D parameters extraction and, of course, biological interpretations. As explained in our VisuAI R&D project, the 3D reconstruction and segmentation step is not simple.

New 384-well plates format for BIOMIMESYS® Liver & Oncology entitling Cell-Based Assays High-Throughput Screening

HCS-Pharma is pleased to launch BIOMIMESYS® Liver and Oncology in ready-to-use 384-well plate format for screening applications. Adopt BIOMIMESYS® 3D cell culture systems and obtain more predictive in vitro models. You can find our presentations in PDF format for BIOMIMESYS® Liver for BIOMIMESYS® Oncology For more information, contact us at hello@biomimesys.com

3D co-culture of dopaminergic neurons and astrocytes in BIOMIMESYS® Brain to study Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson’s disease affects more than 6 million people worldwide. This neurodegenerative disease is characterized by the death of dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra pars compacta, with intracellular accumulation of alpha-synuclein aggregates known as Lewi bodies. This neuronal loss leads to a decrease in the neurotransmitter dopamine that cause mainly Read more…

Abstract of poster for the “VIIIème Colloque de Génomique Fonctionnelle du Foie” – Rennes (France) 2020

Please find information about this event on http://liverweek2020.com/ => 26 to 28 February 2020 in Rennes, at the Couvent des Jacobins. We previously showed that human pluripotent stem cells (hiPSCs) provide a suitable model to study metabolic diseases upon hepatocyte-like cell (HLC) differentiation. With a non-invasive approach, hiPSCs can be Read more…