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In-vitro Clinical Trials:
Mimicking the behavior of
medications in the body

  • Unified Data Platform

  • In-vitro Clinical Trials

  • High-throughput Testing

Why Mimi-Q?

At Mimi-Q, we address a critical gap in medical research. Traditional drug testing often relies on constant concentrations over time, a practice that doesn't accurately reflect how medications behave in the human body. Unlike lab conditions, the body's drug concentration fluctuates during metabolism. This discrepancy between early lab research and later stages involving animal and human testing results in inefficiencies and a lack of realistic insights into drug metabolism.

Mimi-Q aims to bridge this gap by mimicking the behavior of medications in the body. Our innovative approach offers a more efficient and cost-effective way to understand drug efficiency and safety, reducing reliance on time-consuming and expensive animal and clinical studies.

Unified Data Ecosystem:

  • Our platform ensures a seamless flow of information, breaking down silos between bioinformatics, pharmacological modeling, and high-throughput testing, fostering collaboration among researchers and maximizing the utility of every data point.

In-Vitro Clinical Trials

Efficiency Redefined

  • With streamlined pre-clinical data processes, our platform doesn't just save time and resources; it empowers researchers to focus on the intricacies of scientific exploration, ensuring that the journey from data collection to actionable insights is swift and meaningful.

  • Mimi-Q has developed an innovative platform that seamlessly bundles data from diverse sources, including bioinformatics, pharmacological modeling, and high-throughput testing. Gone are the days of fragmented datasets and disjointed processes. Our integrated approach allows for a comprehensive understanding of pre-clinical data, providing a solid foundation for informed decision-making.

If you’d like more information about our features, get in touch today.

It's a game-changer in cancer studies, accelerating progress and opening new avenues for breakthroughs.

Prof. Dr. Udo Schumacher

Professor of Anatomy,

Department of Medicine,

Medical School Berlin

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