With our quarterly Newsletter, we intend to provide our clients and contacts with some additional thoughts for the preclinical in-vivo testing of their experimental Alzheimer therapies. The one-pager will highlight particular aspects of our Services Offering, provide updates on new models and rea
reMYND's CRO announces quarterly digital Newsletter
Review in Nature highlights reMYND's discovery platform
In the November 2010 issue of the high impact journal Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, the News&Analysis column has been entirely devoted to the growing interest in targeting protein misfolding to therapeutically treat both rare and common diseases. The column highlights amongst others reMYND’s technology platform and the recently announced Roche-reMYND collaboration for the development of first-in-class disease-modifying treatments for Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease.
reMYND's CRO announces publication in the International Journal of Alzheimer's Disease
The prestigious Journal of Alzheimer's Disease publishes new data on reMYND's proprietary mouse models of Alzheimer's disease: pathological hallmarks, clinical parallels, and value for drug testing in Alzheimer’s disease of the APP[V717I] London transgenic mouse model.
Roche and reMYND's DDD enter into a strategic alliance to develop first-in-class disease-modifying treatments for Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease
Press release | Roche (SIX: RO, ROG; OTCQX: RHHBY) and reMYND today announced that they have entered into an agreement to develop novel therapeutics that could slow down neurodegeneration in Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s patients by inhibiting α-synuclein and tau toxicity.
reMYND and Amorfix announce agreement
Press release | Amorfix Life Sciences Ltd. (TSX:AMF) and reMYND nv today announced the signing of a partnership agreement to offer the Amorfix A4 amyloid testing service to reMYND's contract research clients. reMYND's contract research business offers an extensive portfolio of preclinical in‐vivo efficacy, pharmacokinetic and safety testing of experimental Alzheimer therapies using proprietary mouse models of Alzheimer's disease (AD).