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New Paper about SUL-109

There is a new manuscript available which describes the positive effect of our SUL-109 compound which is commercially available as our ROKEPIE preservation solution. This article was written by Fatima Aerts from the Hacettepe University in Ankara...

Winterslaap voor de mens

In de zomer keihard doorgaan, en zodra het koud wordt, even de boel de boel laten. Rust. Voor velen aanlokkelijk, maar het lijkt nog toekomstmuziek. Professor Rob Henning (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen) scientific board van Sulfateq, denkt dat het in...

HypoThermosol and ROKEPIE compared

We are happy to share a new article about our product ROKEPIE which can be used to preserve cells and tissues during transport and storage. A direct comparison of HypoThermosol® and ROKEPIE was recently published in PlosONE. Freitas Robero from the...

New publication: The effect of SUL-121 towards donor kidneys

The first publication of 2019 is a fact, D. Nakladal from the University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG) investigated the effects of SUL-121 and its enantiomers SUL-150 and SUL-151 on vasorelaxation in porcine intrarenal arteries. Enantiomers are...

BIO-Europe 2018 – November 5-7

BIO-Europe is coming up in less than 2 weeks. Will you be there? If so, make sure that you schedule a meeting with our director Kees van der Graaf. We would be delighted to meet to explore ways that our SUL-compounds could help preventing acute...

Hibernation research leads to new medicines

Hibernation research leads to new medicines preventing Alzheimer, Diabetes Type 2 and acute kidney injury ‘Kidney tubule cells from hibernators have an increased resistance to oxidative stress compared to non-hibernators. Based on our research into...