Histology services provider and specialist in tissue analysis, Immunohistochemistry and In Situ Hybridization since 2005.
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First multiplex IHC protocol on bone marrow decalcified by HISTALIM.
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Histalim is a service provider company in histology, immunohistochemistry (IHC), in situ hybridization (ISH), and image analysis. Our laboratory located in Montpellier was founded in 2005. This positioning shows our willingness to meet the increasing demand to design, develop, and validate protocols based on standard and/or innovative techniques.
Our specialized services take part in research and development projects for pharmaceutic products, medical devices, and diagnostic tools… and in other domains like dermo-cosmetic, ecotoxicity, food industry… We are particularly engaged in the development of new therapies in the domains of oncology and chronic diseases i.e. therapeutic antibody, and new generation diagnostic tools i.e. circulating biomarkers. Histalim positions its strategic growth specifically in the development of therapeutic antibodies issues.
Our activities are conformed to Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) and our laboratory is authorized to perform studies with human tissue samples. Histalim can also offer to perform in-house research and development projects. This particularity allows us to provide some customized services to our customers, with innovative technologies. Therefore we can provide a large range of expert services like Tissue Cross Reactivity (TCR) studies, Tissue MicroArray (TMA), and Fluorescent ISH (FISH)…
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Domenico LAZZARO, M.D pathologist, joins HISTALIM which enforces thanks to his expertise its positioning on the tumor immuno-profiling. HISTALIM...
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…through a collaborative R&D program of 29 million euros, endorsed by BPIfrance. Describe with high fidelity the tumor immune...
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Optimized management of frozen tissue samples ensures clinical trials reliability. When analysis methods are only applicable on tissue frozen...