Entries by Hanna Frykman

SenzaGen is presenting at hosted sessions at Society of Toxicology 56th Annual Meeting in Baltimore March 12-16, 2017

Lund University Scientist Andy Forreryd and SenzaGen CEO Anki Malmborg Hager will give a presentatios about the GARD assay at exhibitor hosted sessions at the Society of Toxicology 56th Annual Meeting in Baltimore, on the 13th and 14th of March. The meeting promises more than 150 scientific sessions, approximately 350 ToxExpo exhibitors offering you the […]

SenzaGen presenterar på Unicorn Summit den 7 mars 2017

SenzaGens vd Anki Malmborg Hager kommer att presentera bolagets spännande utveckling vid Vator Securities Unicorn Summit den 7 mars 2017. Presentationen kommer beskriva hur företaget kommersialiserar och vidareutvecklar sina genombaserade tester (GARD), vilka kan bedöma om kemikalier vi kommer i kontakt med i vår vardag är allergiframkallande – ett ständigt ökande problem.  Testerna bygger på […]

Evaluation of the GARD assay in a blind Cosmetics Europe study

ALTEX Online first published February 17, 2017 https://doi.org/10.14573/altex.1701121 Johansson H., Gradin R., Forreryd A., Agemark M., Zeller K., Johansson A., Larne O., van Vliet E.,  Borrebaeck C., Lindstedt M., Summary Chemical hypersensitivity is an immunological response towards foreign substances, commonly referred to as sensitizers, which gives rise primarily to the clinical symptoms known as allergic […]

Testing Human Skin and Respiratory Sensitizers—What Is Good Enough?

Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2017, 18(2), 241; doi:10.3390/ijms18020241 Malmborg A., Borrebaeck C. A.K. Abstract Alternative methods for accurate in vitro assessment of skin and respiratory sensitizers are urgently needed. Sensitization is a complex biological process that cannot be evaluated accurately using single events or biomarkers, since the information content is too restricted in these measurements. […]

SenzaGen awarded EU grant of € 2,4 million in heavy competition, to develop GARDair for industry use

SenzaGen has received a grant of € 2,4 million from the EU’s research and innovation framework program Horizon 2020 to develop GARDair, the first generation test for respiratory allergies. GARDair is the first in vitro test that can detect air-borne chemicals that cause respiratory allergies, by using a unique gene technology. This follows the international […]

SenzaGen invited to prestigious meeting at ICCVAM, US

Today, Tuesday the 27 September SenzaGen is invited to participate at a science Committee Meeting of the American organization ICCVAM *, which promotes the development of alternative methods to replace animal testing. Together with its US partner, Burleson Research Technologies, Inc., SenzaGen will participate in the official program and make a statement about Skin Sensitization […]

SenzaGen signs its first distribution agreement with British XCellR8, a leader in animal-free testing

In line with SenzaGen’s long-term strategy and business model, the company has now signed its first distribution agreement with the British test lab company XCellR8. The agreement confirms the interest in SenzaGen’s technology and opens up new business opportunities as XCellR8 will actively market the GARDskin for cosmetics, personal care and household products and their […]

Next generation skin sensitisation testing.

Personal Care Magazine Europe, sept 2016 Malmborg Hager A., Johansson H., Lindstedt M., Borrebaeck CA.   DNA is the software that predicts human phenotypes. Genomics utilises DNA as such a piece of software, which in several recent applications has been demonstrated to be able to predict a number of biological features, enabling anything from face recognition to vaccine development. The tremendous information […]

From genome-wide arrays to tailor-made biomarker readout – Progress towards routine analysis of skin sensitizing chemicals with GARD.

Toxicol In Vitro. 2016 Dec;37:178-188. doi: 10.1016/j.tiv.2016.09.013. Epub 2016 Sep 13. Forreryd A., Zeller K., Lindberg T., Johansson H., Lindstedt M Abstract Allergic contact dermatitis (ACD) initiated by chemical sensitizers is an important public health concern. To prevent ACD, it is important to identify chemical allergens to limit the use of such compounds in various […]

Anki Malmborg Hager elected one of the two most powerful people among Lund technology companies according to Rapidus ranking

The news site Rapidus has been looking into nealy 180 companies of extended IDEON business park in Lund, Sweden in a unique survey of decision-makers of the region. Ericsson veteran Tord Wingren and Alligator Bioscience co-founder Anki Malmborg-Hager were ranked two of the most powerful people among Lund technology companies. Rapidus writes: Leeding up to […]