House of BioHealth
29, Rue Henri Koch
ATERA is a tissue engineering company specialized in research and development, validation, manufacturing and commercialization of advanced human tissue models to address the growing demand for reliable, cost-effective and high-quality test methods for product evaluation, gradually reducing and replacing animal experimentation, for both industrial safety & efficacy testing as well as medical research.
5, rue GOethe
Diagenics provides in vitro diagnostics and marketing for their cardiology, neurology, and gynecology products and research.
6 rue Dominique Lang
Distribio offers adenovirus, antibody, peptide, gene synthesis, and cloning services.
30b rue Dominique Lang
GeneCust offers gene synthesis, cloning, DNA array, peptide synthesis, and adenovirus services.
The IBBL (Integrated BioBank of Luxembourg) Institute is an autonomous not-for-profit institute dedicated to supporting biomedical research for the benefit of patients. We provide biospecimen related services and biobanking infrastructure for applied medical research.
The Flow Cytometry Competence Center (CFC) within the Luxembourg Biomedical Research Resources (LBR2) at CRP-Santé is a shared core resource facility that is available to assist researchers with flow cytometry experimental design, data acquisition, cell sorting, and data analysis. The CFC is an open facility accessible to all scientists at CRP-Santé as well as external researchers.The CFC is equipped with a state-of-the art FACSAria cell sorter and a FACSCanto analyzer. The CFC is available to provide the following expertise (additional flow cytometry techniques not listed here may be implemented upon request):Multicolor analysis, with a maximum of 17 parametersCell sorting, including single cell sort with variable receptorsSide population, apoptosis, and calcium flux detectionCytometry Beads Array (CBA) immunoassayCell cycle studiesAssistance with experimental design and data processing
7 Rue Guillaume. J. Kroll,
Luxembourg, District de Luxembourg 1882, LU
We provide the world’s only system with the demonstrated ability to enable analysis and management of massively-large datasets composed of hundreds of thousands of human genomes. Unlike relational databases, which cannot efficiently handle the trillions of data points associated with even several dozen patient genomes, our platform has been used to successfully manage data from more than 350,000 whole genomes representing more than 40 million identified variants.Our informatics systems have been finely tuned on this massive knowledge base to provide users with unmatched confidence in their results. We’re delivering the resources developed at deCODE to the clinical domain so that physicians and geneticists can diagnose diseases of unknown origin faster and more accurately by quickly identifying and confirming the causative genes and mutations.