Biotechnology / Toxicology

A leading provider of in vitro test systems for the medical, chemical, pharmaceutical and biology sectors located in Hannover. In the field of inhalation toxicology, Cultex Laboratories GmbH is the platform for the in vitro analysis of airborne substances, such as particles, gases, volatile compunds and complex gas mixtures under realistic (in- and outdoor) atmospheric conditions.
CULTEX® RFS : Modular precision equipment for the direct expusure of cultivated mono- and co-cultures such as bacteria (Ames Assay) at the air-liquid interface.
CULTEX® LTC : Advanced long-term cultivation for cells at the air-liquid interface. Specifically designed computer-controlled system for various mammalian cells including 3D co-cultures.

In vitro toxicilogy: in vitro exposure to airborne substances of long-term cultures (CULTEX® LTC) by using special designed exposure systems (CULTEX® RFS)

What we offer

The CULTEX® system is the platform for in-vitro toxicological
analysis of airborne substances, such as gases,
volatile compounds and complex mixtures under realistic
(in- and outdoor) atmospheric conditions. At Cultex®
Laboratories we offer our customers from industry, research
and governmental institutes exclusively designed
culture and exposure systems for in-vitro and inhalation
toxicologie studies.
Cultex® has developed a wide range of systems, like the
CULTEX® RFS, a modular precision equipment for the direct
exposure of cultivated mono- and co-cultures such
as bacteria (Ames Assay) at the air-liquid interface or the
CULTEX® LTC, a computer-controlled long-term cultivation
for cells at the air-liquid interface.

What we are looking for

We are looking for customers of
- the industry (chemical, pharmaceutical, cosmetic companies and refineries) and for public and governmental institutions (universities and research institutions) for
- contract research (basic and environmental research, substance screening, development of methods for analyzing airborne substances) and / or
- selling our cell culture and exposure products

Collaboration sought

  • Research & Development
  • Joint Venture Agreement
  • Licence Agreement

Responsible

Ms Prof. Dr. Michaela Aufderheide

Managing Director
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