Get peace of mind with our award winning patented technology. Our human in vitro model allows for the first time the identification and differentiation of respiratory sensitizers and respiratory irritants under air-liquid interphase realistic exposure conditions.
*Scientists involved in the ALIsens technology were LIST employees at that time..
Our main activity is developing, producing, and selling our in vitro model ALIsens for toxicity and drug testing analysis. If you are a CRO interested in becoming part of our network or a company with the required facilities to carry out your own studies, you can learn more about our in vitro models by clicking on the button below.
Invitrolize is focused on insert manufacturing and developing new models as part of our commitment to expand our products and services portfolio. We sell our inserts to our CRO partners so they can offer the best respiratory toxicity and drug testing results in the market. Interested in talking to one of our partners? Contact us.
For the first time our patented in vitro model allows the prediction of respiratory sensitization under realistic exposure conditions, i.e., exposure of cells cultured at the air-liquid interphase using exposure systems suitable for all types of airborne materials.
Complex 3D model with proven high specificity of >95%.
Valid for toxicological testing.
Submitted to EURL ECVAM for prevalidation.
Invitrolize provides an exciting opportunity to assess challenging chemicals for challenging endpoints in respiratory toxicity with human-relevant approaches. They are grounded in science while having a clear view of regulatory application to advance toxicology, and we are excited to work with them
- Kristie Sullivan, MPH, Vice President for Research Policy.
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