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YOUR HUMAN CELL CULTURE SPECIALISTS

Axol Bioscience, are human cell culture specialists. We provide highly validated primary cells and iPSC-derived cells from healthy donors and patients of specific disease backgrounds, together with optimized media and growth supplements. Axol aims to develop the best human cell biology research tools to advance medical research and drug discovery. Combining our passion for science with quality, innovation and customer service, we deliver robust and reliable products that our customers need to advance their research faster.

Latest News

  • Guest Post: Astrocytes in Rett Syndrome: why we shouldn’t ignore them?

    Until recently, despite being the most prominent cell type in the human brain, research on astrocytes has been overshadowed by neurons. Once thought to only provide structural support to neurons it has become clear that astrocytes are a vastly heterogenous population of cells with varied functions and roles to match.

  • U.S. Subsidiary Scheduled

    We are delighted to announce plans to open a new operational hub in the United States. The site will open in the fall of 2018 and will help to support Axol’s customer base in the United States and Canada.

  • Axol Bioscience launch Human iPSC-derived Atrial Cardiomyocytes

    Cambridge, UK – (17th July 2018) – Axol Bioscience, the human cell culture specialists, provide highly validated primary cells and iPSC-derived cells together with optimised media and growth supplements, launch their Human iPSC-derived Atrial Cardiomyocytes for the discovery and development of novel treatments and advancing our understanding of cardiovascular disease.

  • iPSC-derived sensory neurons for the study of chemotherapy-induced neuropathic pain

    Neuropathic pain is a debilitating side effect of many commonly-used chemotherapy drugs, and in severe cases can result in the discontinuation of a cancer treatment. By understanding the mechanisms through which chemotherapeutics induce neuropathic pain, researchers aim to develop effective treatments designed specifically to alleviate the condition. These will combat the dose-limitation imposed on chemotherapeutics, as well as offering utility for conditions including multiple sclerosis, diabetes and HIV.

  • Understanding the mechanisms of chemotherapy induced neuropathic pain using iPSC-derived sensory neurons

    Many commonly used chemotherapy drugs cause unpleasant side effects and complications. Of these, neuropathic pain can be particularly debilitating. Most of the current treatments for neuropathic pain are medications that were originally approved for other health disorders, such as anti-depressants and anti-seizure drugs. These have their own accompanying problems, and since no single drug is effective against all forms of neuropathic pain, it is essential that new therapeutic agents are developed specifically for the treatment of this condition.