We provide tailor-made solutions for you

Our business concept is to, in partnership with our Clients, explore novel in vitro concepts which we can develop into robust high-precision assays that can be accessed for screening, lead optimization and target discovery.

Working with Cellectricon, you can rest assured that your project is in safe hands. Our team has vast experience from supporting Clients with in vitro model development for neurobiology research and is dedicated to enabling our Clients in their drug discovery programs.

The starting point is to build an understanding of each Client’s particular challenges and research goals. Thereafter, all aspects of the company’s collective expertise in cell biology, technology development, data analysis and drug discovery are integrated when devising and creating new and innovative assays for our Clients.

To ensure that project goals are realized we use a highly interactive services process, where our Clients can stay well-informed via frequent reports on assay performance, observations and project progress.

 

 

Our research services span:

biotech

Basic research

Building novel insights into disease biology and exploration of novel assay concepts.
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Target discovery

Using functional genomics and advanced in vitro models we help our Clients to identify and validate novel targets.
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Lead discovery

We offer phenotypic and target-based approaches for assay development, screening and lead optimization.
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Technology transfer

Collaborative technology transfer (applicable for select Clients only).
JENNIE SVENSSON DALÉN
Director, Marketing and Sales

Your partner for neuroscience drug discovery

“At Cellectricon we are committed to our Clients and their research goals, and we always aim for long-term partnerships based on mutual trust and commitment. Through our enabling services, we support more rapid and clinically relevant decision-making in the drug discovery process, saving our Clients valuable time and cost.”
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