Follicular lymphoma AVI-PDX models to predict the response to RCHOP
Follicular lymphoma AVI-PDX models to predict...
An in vivo avian model of human melanoma
We are delighted to share the publication of our preclinical Melanoma AVI-PDXTM model.
Our study was conducted with the Hospices Civils de Lyon, the Cancer Research Center of Lyon and the MeLis laboratory of Lyon.
ERBC (European Research Biology Center) Group extends its preclinical expertise with the acquisition of Oncofactory.
This strategic acquisition expands ERBC Group’s...
AVI-PDX™ for breast cancers
We are delighted to present the publication...
We are delighted to announce that the US patent...
INOVO : the Oncofactory’s new project with the Carnot Calym Institute and Astrazeneca
February 2021, Astrazeneca, The Carnot Calym Institute and Inserm
Sponsorship from the Rotary club of Lyon
January 2021, The president of the Rotary Club...
Oncofactory presents a poster at SIOP
Oncofactory presents a poster at The 51st...
Oncofactory presents a poster at the 4th international cancer symposium in Lyon
Oncofactory presents the AVI-PDX™ model as a...
Partnership with the Calym Carnot Institute
July, 2019th Oncofactory announces the starting...
The chicken embryo is a model widely used to study human physiology and diseases.
Find out selected literature highlighting the relevance of the chicken embryo as a
model of human physiology and diseases :
The AVI-PDX: An innovative in vivo platform of miniaturized patient-derived xenografts for preclinical developments and personalized medicine.
Frédéric Berget, Clélia Costechareyre, Loraine Jarrosson, Céline Delloye-Bourgeois, and Valérie Castellani
Journal of Clinical Oncology 2020 38:15_suppl, e15607-e15607
Delloye-Bourgeois C, Bertin L, Thoinet K, Jarrosson L, Kindbeiter K, Buffet T, Tauszig-Delamasure S, Bozon M, Marabelle A, Combaret V, Bergeron C, Derrington E, Castellani V (2017) Microenvironment-Driven Shift of Cohesion/Detachment Balance within Tumors Induces a Switch toward Metastasis in Neuroblastoma Cancer Cell.
;32(4):427-443.e8. doi: 10.1016/j.ccell.2017.09.006