November 5, 2018

zPREDICTA Collaborates With Science Exchange To Offer Unique Patient-Derived Cell Culture Services To Drug Development Researchers

PALO ALTO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Science Exchange, the world’s leading marketplace for outsourced R&D, has announced that it is working with zPREDICTA to offer online access to its predictive cancer drug development and testing services.

November 30, 2017

2017 World Alliance Forum: Healthcare Game Changers

Panel Discussion: Successful Drug Discovery & Development…Increasing the Odds
REIMAGINING DRUG DEVELOPMENT:  Accurate Disease Modeling To Drive Successful Therapies

August 4, 2017

Taking the guesswork out of drug developmentdot

California-based company zPREDICTA™ has created a novel technology that reconstructs physiologically-relevant organ-specific human microenvironments that help eliminate the guesswork from drug development.  Meaningful drug discovery studies involve complex experiments that are not feasible to perform manually. Automation is the answer, improving accuracy, saving time and reducing the amount of compound used.

March 7, 2017

Reconstructing Cancer Treatment: zPREDICTA Deal Profile

Imagine if each and every cancer patient got a custom treatment based on their bodies’ makeup, which in turn increased the likelihood of the treatment’s success?

June 6, 2016

zPREDICTA Announces Revolutionary Cancer Drug Testing Platform

zPREDICTA™ today announces the immediate availability of its Reconstructed Bone Marrow (r-Bone™) platform, providing a radical shift in drug testing approach since the 1950s.

July 23, 2015

Metastasis in 3D: How Ixchel’s (zPREDICTA) 3D Tissue Model Mimics Metastasis For Screening Cancer Therapies

Current in vivo and in vitro models for testing cancer therapeutics don’t accurately model the progression of metastasis, which limits their ability to predict efficacy in patients. Ixchel’s (zPREDICTA) PD-3D system is a cell-based 3D model that mimics the spread of cancer in human tissues, and aims to predict the clinical success of cancer therapies more reliably than other models.

July 23, 2015

Ixchel Scientific (now zPREDICTA) (YC S15) Can Predict How The Human Body Will React To Cancer Drugs

Ixchel Scientific, a startup launching out of our current class, is making a tool that aims to more accurately predict how cancer drugs will behave in the body by creating organ-specific testing environments.

July 21, 2015

Y Combinator-Backed Ixchel (now zPREDICTA) Predicts How Cancer Drugs Will Behave In Humans Before You Even Swallow A Pill

Biotech startup Ixchel Scientific (now zPREDICTA) hopes to bring higher success rates to trialed cancer drugs using an environment that better represents the human body.

September 1, 2014

Editorial: The Innovative Medicines Initiative – Collaborations Are Key To Innovating R&D Processes


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