Importance of the microenvironment in cerebral in vitro models for phenotypic screening (Abstract of Veronique’s thesis)

About 90% of drug candidates fail in clinical trials, for efficacy- and toxicity-related reasons, which often involve the Central Nervous System (CNS). This high failure rate highlights a lack of relevance in experimental models used upstream, including human in vitro models. Indeed, they do not take into account the complexity Read more…

Collaboration between “Institut du thorax” and HCS Pharma: improving the management of hypercholesterolemia using a relevant and innovative organoid-based in vitro liver model

Launched in 2016, the adventure is coming to an end after 5 years of work carried out within the RHU CHOPIN (CHOlesterol Personalized INnovation), and with a strong collaboration between HCS Pharma and l’Institut du thorax. This collaborative project of national scope was led by Professor Bertrand Cariou, director of Read more…

BIOMIMESYS® Adipose tissue

Increased expression of differentiation genes with BIOMIMESYS® Adipose tissue

The morphological changes in cells during differentiation are accompanied by a profound change at the molecular level. In vivo, the adipocyte differentiation process includes early and late events due to differential gene regulation. The appearance of these markers is a sign of differentiation of pre-adipocytes and hence the development of Read more…