Advanced cell imaging
and in-vitro mitochondrial testing!

The one-stop lab for all your mitochondrial testing needs


Mitochondrial function and behavior are phenotypic readouts that can characterize patient-derived disease cell models, drug response, and tolerance elements.

Use our in-vitro models to identify safe and efficient drugs for better health and safer products.


Mitochondria control essential cell functions and represent a major target for cosmetic actives. They are an excellent readout of the efficacy of your products.

Boost your R&D from early screening to in-depth claim substantiation!


Demonstrate health claim for nutraceutical products or finely identify the mechanism of action of environment toxicants with mitochondrial testing.

Ask us about the right model to answer the right question and support your marketing claims!

mtBiolabs: Targeting mitochondria

Mitochondria are present in every cell of the body. They maintain cell homeostasis, contribute to both energy and free radical production, orchestrate anti-oxidant defenses, and are essential to cell metabolism and survival. Mitochondria are thus pertinent targets to identify safe and efficient drugs, cosmetics or functional food for better health and safer products.

mtBiolabs takes into account the mitochondrion and its environment: the cell. Indeed, all analyses of mitochondrial function and behavior are done inside a living cell, maintaining existing interactions, with integrated multiplexed bioassays.

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What we do
  • Customized bioassays to meet your specific needs
  • In depth demonstration of mechanims of action
  • Screening and positioning of active ingredients
  • Analysis of mitochondrial liabilities
  • Comprehensive multiplexed assessment of cell metabolism
  • Identification of damages caused by ROS production
  • Evaluation of mtDNA control performance
  • Disease modeling through mitochondrial dysfunction
  • Selection of disease-modifying drugs for CNS diseases
  • Profiling of clinical tolerance at the pre-clinical stage
  • Molecular determination of drug response & tolerance