MODULATION OF STRESS PATHWAYS TO IMPROVE HEALTH
BMYscreen team is animated by a common will to contribute to the health and safety of all.
Because of its experiences in the field of physiological stresses (e.g. oxidative stress, endoplasmic reticulum stress, metabolic stress), BMYscreen team can realize your in vitro and cellular assays and provide advanced scientific knowledge for the development of assays concerning biochemical stress pathways.
BMYscreen team regroups experts in the field of physiological stresses, including metabolic stress, oxidative stress or endoplasmic reticulum stress. Today, BMYscreen team wants to offer its technological and scientific expertise in order to contribute to projects related to cell stresses in a human or animal health context.
MODULATION OF STRESS PATHWAYS IN CANCER
BMYscreen’s structure arise from the INSERM (Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale) laboratory of Eric Chevet. Some/The objectives of this laboratory is/was - to decipher the mechanisms employed by tumor to adapt to challenges such as chemotherapeutic treatment and – to identify new potential targets to better treat this disease.
As such, BMYscreen team benefits from a strong expertise in stress pathways analysis, and is particularly well recognized in the field of Endoplasmic Reticulum stress pathways and Cancer.