Neuroscience is a branch of science that studies the nervous system, including the brain and nerves. It combines various fields like biology, chemistry, psychology, and computer science to understand how the nervous system works. The nervous system controls bodily functions and behavior through networks of cells called neurons. Neuroscientists investigate neurons at different levels, from individual cells to complex brain circuits. They use techniques like fMRI and EEG to observe and manipulate brain activity. Neuroscience has sub-disciplines like cognitive neuroscience, behavioral neuroscience, and molecular neuroscience, and it has applications in medicine, psychology, education, and artificial intelligence. Overall, neuroscience helps us understand the brain, improve healthcare, and develop new technologies.

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Biomimesys® Brain : A natural hydroscaffold for 3D culture of neuronal cells
To better mimic the tissue microenvironment and to permit long term culture of neuronal cells

Animal brain
Biological bank and primary cells from varied species such as monkey, mouse, rat, but also dog or pig.

Brain diseases
All tools necessary for the study of main brain diseases such as Parkinson, Alzheimer, Multiple Sclerosis ...

Brain Tumors
Biological bank from brain tumors and tools to study the main markers of these tumors.

Human normal fetal brain
A complete biological bank (tissue sections, DNA, RNA, proteins) from differents structures of fetal brain.

Primary Cells from human normal adult brain
Different brain cells such as neurons, astrocytes, oligendendrocytes ... well as specific media for these cells and biological from these cell types.

Human normal adult brain
Frozen and paraffin tissue sections, DNA, RNA and proteins from various brain structures

Reagents for GPCR studies
More than 900 rabbit polyclonal anti-human G Protein-Coupled Receptors (GPCRs).