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In vitro drug metabolism assay for the selection of your lead compounds

MTTlab is pleased to present new “in vitro drug metabolism” service for the selection of your lead compounds. Our collaboration with the University of Padova allows us to offer a Microsomal Stability Assay for early knowledge regarding the metabolism of a new chemical entity. This is valuable in the drug development process as it provides…
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September 6, 2018 0

MTTlab and the University of Padova – new collaboration

MTTlab Srl and the University of Padova have entered into a collaboration to expand their respective service portfolio in the field of drug development. Thanks to this new cooperation, MTTlab and the University of Padova will be able to broaden their expertise and launch new service offers for your best drug development and for the…
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August 30, 2018 0

MTTlab & Giotto Biotech announce collaboration to bring preclinical drug discovery studies and NMR metabolomics together.

The new collaboration allows us to offer state of the art NMR metabolomic analysis in all in vivo studies for the preclinical evaluation of investigational compounds. The combination of top level technology and expertise from both fields amassed by both MTTlab and Giotto Biotech has been streamlined into an integrated workflow process which becomes more than the sum of its parts,…
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February 4, 2018 0

Season’s Greeting!

MTTlab team wishes you a joyful holiday season!


December 22, 2017 0

MTTlab and Giotto Biotech – new commercial collaboration

MTTlab and Giotto Biotech have entered into a collaboration to expand their respective services portfolio in the field of preclinical drug development. Thanks to this new cooperation, Giotto Biotech and MTTlab will be able to widen their expertise and launch new services and product offers.


December 8, 2017 0

MTTlab awarded a research grant.

A co-development project proposed by MTTlab, CEMSLab from the University of Trieste and Fluigent SA has been awarded funding from the Made In Trieste research program. The goal of the project is development of a millifluidic device as alternative method to animal testing.


November 1, 2017 0