Disease Modeling & Basic Research
Disease modeling and basic research play a crucial role in the drug discovery and development process, as well as the development of cell and gene therapies. The aim of disease modeling is to recreate aspects of the disease in a controlled environment, such as in vitro or in vivo models. This allows for the investigation of the underlying mechanisms of the disease, the screening of potential therapeutic compounds, and the testing of their efficacy and safety. Basic research, on the other hand, aims to gain a deeper understanding of the biological processes and systems involved in disease.
Both disease modeling and basic research are essential for the advancement of cell and gene therapies, which rely on a thorough understanding of the cellular and molecular processes involved in disease. By combining disease modeling and basic research, scientists can gain a comprehensive understanding of the underlying mechanisms of disease and identify new therapeutic targets. This, in turn, can lead to the development of more effective and safe treatments for patients.
With our Tissue Sourcing & Cell Isolation services, we offer a comprehensive range of high-quality human tissues, as well as advanced techniques for cell isolation. Our tissue sourcing and cell isolation services enable researchers to obtain the cells they need to study the molecular mechanisms of disease and develop new therapies.
Our Cell-based Assays are developed to put our expertise in the development of cutting-edge assays at your project’s service, acting like an extended workbench for your lab. These assays are critical tools for studying the cellular and molecular responses to disease and identifying new therapeutic targets. Our assays are designed to be reliable, robust, and reproducible, ensuring that our customers can generate high-quality data to support their research goals.
Whether you are looking to source tissues or cells, or develop assays to study disease, BIOMEX is here to help. Browse our sub-pages to learn more about our offerings and how we can support your research goals.