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Surgical wounds-induced postoperative pain is our model of the month! The incisional pain model allows the assessment of the mechanisms of increased mechanical sensitivity following a surgical incision and is widely used for revealing the potency of new analgesics in this clinical situation.
Lastcall for the next available #ALGOGram Winter session. Don’t miss it! √ A decision-making guide in developing the all-important product profile for your test compounds.
Partial Restraint Stress-induced visceral hypersensitivity is our model of the month! Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is mainly characterized by abdominal pain impacting the quality of life. Various psychological stressors maybe responsible for the visceral hypersensitivity experienced by IBS patients.
François Caussade, fondateur d’ANS Biotech, raconte son histoire, parmi 30 portraits d'entrepreneurs, dans le livre « We are Busi », une production de BUSI Incubateur, premier incubateur d’entreprises en France. Click here to access the full article.
The registration for the upcoming ALGOGramTM Winter session is now open! A decision-making guide in developing the all-important product profile for your test compounds.
STZ-induced preclinical Diabetic neuropathy is our model of the month. Mechanical hyperalgesia and allodynia experienced by patients can be precisely mimicked and quantified.
Last call for the next available ALGOGram™ Fall session. Don’t miss it! √ A decision-making guide in developing the all-important product profile for your test compounds.
ANS Biotech has successfully renewed its ISO 9001-2015 certification. The company is ISO 9001 certified since 2014 and maintains every day the highest quality standards for its Customers’ satisfaction.
5-HT-induced preclinical Pruritus model is our model of the month! The spontaneous behavior of scraping the injected area mimics itch situation experienced by patients”