Research and Development for the Future

Exosomes are small (~50‐150 nm) extracellular vesicles (EVs) released from all cell types and found in body fluids and cell culture supernatants. Exosomes are generated by fusion of a specialized endosome, the multivesicular body (MVB), with the plasma membrane. Exosomes have been proposed to provide means for intercellular exchange of macromolecules, allowing the transfer of proteins, lipids, mRNA, miRNA, and DNA, contributing to intercellular communication in relevant biological processes, including apoptosis, antigen presentation, angiogenesis, inflammation, and coagulation.

Unlocking the potential of Exosomes

Exosomes have recently emerged as a new source of potential non-invasive biomarkers of several diseases, since they can be easily obtained from body fluids such as urine, blood, saliva, or breastmilk and their composition may be directly dependent on the physiological and/or pathological state of the patient.

Celullar Therapy

Active Ingredient in cosmetics 

Therapeutic Targets delivery systems

Regenerative Medicine

Disease monitoring: Liquid Biopsy

Biomarkers for several diseases

The potential of Exosomes in Cancer Research

A biomarker with high specificity and sensitivity, is a basic requirement for non-invasive cancer diagnosis. Exosomes are a type of lipid bilayer extracellular vesicles (EVs), containing different components, including proteins, lipids, DNA, messenger RNA (mRNA), and non-coding RNAs. Increasing evidence indicates that nucleic acids are protected by exosome lipid membrane. These vesicles are almost released from all cell types, into biological fluids.

Exploring incredible growth potential of EVs as minimally invasive liquid biopsies.

Exosome characterization and analysis presents a tremendous clinical opportunity and specifically in the area of liquid biopsy. Realizing the potential requires detecting and characterizing exosomes with high accuracy and reproducibility. Immunostep makes available to its clients all their experience and technical capabilities in the field of exosomes to make the clinical use of these EVs a reality.  

We are looking forward to hearing about your research

Leading-Edge Research Products

At Immunostep we develop innovative produsts in order to help improving research and diagnosis performance in key areas of development. In this sense, we offer a wide variety of comprehensive exosome services, contributing significantly to facilitate the achievement of objectives in the scientific, diagnostic, and therapeutic development areas.

Innovative Exosome-Technology

In 2017 Immunostep I+D team recognized the great potential of exosomes and since then we have been working on the development of a method for the isolation, detection, and quantification of extracellular vesicles (EVs) which are present in biological fluid samples using polycationic polymers and a solid surface functionalized with and EVs capturing molecule.

During the following years we have been working to apply this and other methods in the exosome research in order to participate in the improvement of the performance of these tools for different areas of research and diagnosis. Backed by our extensive expertise in exosomes, as an exosome reagent supplier worldwide we are still working on amplify our technology and transforming them into powerful tools that contribute and help exosome research around the world.

We work to apply our technology in the detection and quantification of disease biomarkers present in the surface of EVs as well as in diagnostic of diseases.

*This Technology is under patent licence: PET/EP2021/068633 “Method for the detection and/or quantification of extracellular vesicles in fluid biological samples”

Would you like to have a conversation about your EVs Research?

Not only we develop suitable, innovative, flexible and scalable options for the detection, isolation and characterization of exosomes, but we also have a custome service R&D team to build personalised products in order to meet the need of our customers.

We are looking forward to starting a conversation in order to support you through your research in any part of the world!




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