Research Areas

From basic research to advanced medicine, our cells, specialized media and cell biology tools are critical to a huge range of groundbreaking research.

See how we’re helping scientists worldwide build the future of biomedicine.

Cancer Research

In recent years, cancer research has advanced steadily. However, tumor diseases are still the second-leading cause of death worldwide. Every cancer is different, and in vitro studies enable scientists to understand individual diseases on a molecular level and to develop targeted therapies.

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Cardiovascular Research

A silent worker: Our hearts beat from birth to death. Problems with the heart's function can lead to life-threatening conditions. Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death worldwide. In vitro models are helping researchers understand disease mechanisms and develop new therapies.

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Dermatology

Advances in dermatological research provide insights on the body’s largest organ, and serve to improve treatment of skin damage, including disease, wounds, or burns. Cell culture assays provide the basic knowledge that could translate into new therapies.

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Diabetes & Obesity

With diabetes mellitus on the rise worldwide, further understanding of the disease is critical for the development of more effective treatments.

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Immunology

An essential network of proteins, cells and organs: Our immune system defends the body against threats from the outside. Discover how cell culture studies are crucial for immunological research and the development of new immunotherapies for cancer, autoimmune diseases, infections and allergies.

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Pulmonary

Oxygen is critical for survival, and our lungs are the gateway into the body. Cell Culture in Respiratory Research generates new insights about lung function and common diseases, such as COPD, pulmonary fibrosis, and hypertension.

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Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine

Stem cell research holds tremendous promise for medical treatments, but scientists still have much to learn about how stem cells, and the specialized cells they generate, work in the body, and in particular, about their capacity for healing.

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