The value of human tissue studies in translational research


Our CEO, Dr. Stefano Palea, recently wrote an expert insight note for GoINPharma (to read all of it, click on the link) about the value of human tissue studies in translational research. In this article, he shares his vision and explains what is – sometimes – going wrong in the preclinical studies process, and how to improve it with human tissue. For instance, he explains the perks of using human tissue to study drug candidate’s efficacy and

Partnership with CREFRE

crefre partner

The CREFRE, Regional Center of Functional Exploration and Experimental Resources, (based in Toulouse, France) is a mixed unit Inserm/Paul Sabatier University endowed with highly sophisticated equipment, included animal breeding. CREFRE is specialized in the production of Genetically Modified Animals, the pathophysiological exploration of transgenic animal models (mice, rats and zebrafish) and the phenotyping. The laboratory, based in the IUCT Oncopole, has centralized services for transgenesis, cryopreservation and decontamination, but also non-invasive exploration, and experimental animal breeding. The Regional Center