Coming soon

SIMScells is in continuous development, aiming to constantly improve its services and provide new useful tools.

We are currently working in order to offer you the following services as soon as possible:

  •  Microarray analyses: we will help you to understand your microarray results, giving you a mechanistic explanation in the context of pathologies or other topics of your interest.
  •  Prediction of new indications: we will help you to anticipate the physiological or clinical, global outcomes of the modifications that you cause in your biological system (stimuli, e.g. protein activity alteration, drug treatment…)
  •  Pathway interconnections: genes and proteins in the cell form an interacting network. We will analyse your genes/proteins of interest and tell you the biological pathways which they are affecting, as well as how these are connected.
  •  Safety profiling: besides helping you to discover the most probable adverse effects of your compounds of interest, we will guide your decision-making in compound upgrading and experiment design.
  •  Interspecies translation: what do your results in mice really mean for the human physiology? We'll help you to apply your discoveries in animal models or cell tissues to the global human organism, from one cell type to another, etc.
  •  Therapeutic targets: we can help you to identify new, non-obvious targets for the treatment of pathologies and give you the most probable mechanistic explanation.
  •  Sample/patient stratification: Patients in clinical trials are essentially defined by their medical history and by how they respond to the drug treatment in terms of efficacy and safety. We give new strategies based in molecular biology to characterize patients or samples.

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Meanwhile, we invite you to further explore the benefits that SIMScells can bring to your research.