Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

Paradigm Shift: from Approximation to Accuracy!

Preclinical research is working hard to provide more reliable models for companies to assess their drug candidate in this area. However, current literature in rodents highlights the need to develop an accurate, reliable, reproducible and observer-independent assessment of pulmonary fibrosis.
To address these challenges, Biocellvia developed a unique multiparametric image analysis using proprietary software tools.
Using computerized analysis of high-resolution, digitalized histological slides of entire lobe sections, our automated quantitation measures key morphometric parameters of pulmonary fibrosis with high accuracy and reliability:

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Fibrotic foci analysis

Collagen content analysis

Steatosisi analysis

Collagen Analysis

Inflammation (Crown-like Structures) Analysis

NASH / NAFLD

Objectivity and Accuracy Provide Better Insights for Decision Making

Inter- and intra-observer variability in the assessment of histological slides in this family of diseases is an issue across drug development. It also renders the clear stratification of NAFLD patients difficult, especially in the context of NASH clinical trials.

To address these challenges, Biocellvia developed a unique multiparametric image analysis using proprietary software tools. Based on computerized analysis of high-resolution digitalized histological slides of entire lobe sections, our automated quantitative assay measures key morphometric parameters of NAFLD with high accuracy and precision:

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Custom Development

Entrust Us with Your Project: Dedicated Tools for Specific Applications!

Biocellvia’s R&D team have successfully implemented tailor-made assays in many pathologies. Each development is specifically tailored according to the features and characteristics of your project. From in vitro to 3D imaging, our seasoned digital imaging specialists and biologists are committed to developing new tools to ensure clinically and biologically relevant parameters are quantified.

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