Enterosys provides in vitro models closer to physiology for dermo cosmetic applications.
Enterosys analyzes the efficacy of dermocosmetic assets.
The preclinical services platform SkinObs dedicated to dermocosmetics describes Enterosys’ innovative approach to evaluate the antioxidant capacity of active ingredients
Enteric neurons for functional applications in health care
Pharmaceuticals Studying the role of the Enteric Nervous System (ENS) in the development of gut-brain pathologies (e.g., Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, diabetes, aging, stress, visceral pain) is an ever-expanding research topic. Researchers are starting to propose numerous...
Enteric neurons and glycemia control
The gut-brain axis:You have a message from your gut In the intestine, gut distension and nutrients are detected by mechanoreceptors and chemoreceptors, respectively. The activation of these receptors sends an afferent nervous message to the hypothalamus in the brain....
The enteric nervous system is our second brain
The enteric nervous system (ENS), referred to as the “second brain,” is an extensive network of different cell types located along the digestive tract. It consists in enteric neurons, enteric glial cells and interstitial cells of Cajal. This network of cells is...
Enterosys participates in Biofit 2022 in Strasbourg
With the highest attending rate of academics, TTOs and research institutions, BioFIT is the place where academia-industry collaborations get started. BioFIT has taken on a whole new dimension becoming the meeting point in Europe for tech transfer and for sourcing...
Enterosys will attend NutrEvent 2022 in Nantes
NutrEvent is the event dedicated to innovation in Food, Feed, Nutrition and Health. This year, NutrEvent is back for its 8th edition in a hybrid format. This hybrid event will be held both in-person and online. Enterosys will be present with a validated, complete and...