MGScreening™ is a collaborative research package that aims to help you discover useful materials from your own candidate products efficiently.
Clinical trials or in vivo analyses with animal models are the traditional strategies for screening materials effective for the intestinal environment. However, using such strategies to examine a large number of candidate products is time-consuming and cost-ineffective. For efficient screening of useful materials from your candidates, we provide you with a research package involving our novel screening system and analysis pipeline based on our proprietary Metabologenomics® approach.
- MGScreening™ has three distinctive features:
- （1）Efficient in vitro screening using our original culturing system
- （2）Evaluation of the intestinal environment based on a Metabologenomics® approach
- （3）Support for the functional assessment of candidate products by our researchers based on long-standing studies of the intestinal environment
- Difficulties involved with developing candidate materials that can affect the intestinal environment
- MGScreening™ provides an in vitro screening platform that can screen your candidate materials to discover the most effective materials for the intestinal environment. It is an appropriate platform for selecting target materials before moving on to a clinical trial, resulting in time- and cost-effective research and development.
We analyze the effects of each candidate material on various types of intestinal microbiota to assess their potential in different intestinal environments. After the in vitro assessment in MGScreening™, we also offer MGPack™, a research package for clinical trials and data analysis, for further examinations with human participants. In addition, we offer MGMouse™, which can be used to analyze further the mechanisms of its effects in an animal model.
This project will be conducted as collaborative research, not as an entrusted business. The data obtained in this service will be shared through our intestinal environment database. By conducting this project as collaborative research, we can also support you in publishing your findings in scientific papers and/or conferences subsequent to analysis.
Should you have any questions or need more information, please do not hesitate to contact us.