2022 ARTICLE “Protective mechanisms of liquid formulations for GERD”

We are pleased to share a new application of our preclinical model on Oesophageal Epithelium developed to assess the film forming properties of formulations intended to act in an acidic micro-environment mimicking gastric fluid refluxate.

Heartburn is the most frequent typical symptom of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and is experienced by 14% of the global population.

The article  confirms the interest of pharmaceutical industry for GERD treatments and the relevance of 3D reconstructed tissues in the definition of the mechanism of action.

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