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At iBET, science and technology are exploited to accelerate translational application of competences from early stage discovery to final production and processes. 

As a Biotechnology Research Organization, iBET acts as an interface between academic and private institutions while also creating and organizing autonomous knowledge and expertise. Between 2016 and 2018, iBET has published over 220 research articles in the most prestigious scientific journals.

latest publications

publication
2021
Heterotypic tumor spheroids in agitation-based cultures: a scaffold-free cell model that sustains long-term survival of endothelial cells

by Franchi-Mendes T, Lopes N, Brito C
in Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology

Biopharma
publication
2021
Insect High FiveTM cell line development using site-specific flipase recombination technology

by Mafalda M Dias, João Vidigal, Daniela P Sequeira, Paula M Alves, Ana P Teixeira, António Roldão
in G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics

Biopharma
publication
2021
Integrating high cell density cultures with adapted laboratory evolution for improved Gag‐HA virus‐like particles production in stable insect cell lines

by Bárbara Fernandes, Ricardo Correia, Marcos Sousa, Manuel J. T. Carrondo, Paula M. Alves, António Roldão
in Biotechnology and Bioengineering

Biopharma
publication
2021
Improved storage of influenza HA-VLPs using a trehalose-glycerol natural deep eutectic solvent system

by Ricardo Correia, Liane Meneses, Carolina Richheimer, Paula M. Alves, Manuel J.T. Carrondo, Ana Rita C. Duarte, Alexandre Paiva, António Roldão
in Vaccine

Biopharma
publication
2021
INFOGEST inter-laboratory recommendations for assaying gastric and pancreatic lipases activities prior to in vitro digestion studies

by Myriam M.L.Grundy, Evan Abrahamse, Annette Almgren, MarieAlminger, Ana Andres, Renata M.C. Ariëns, ShannaBastiaan-Net, Claire Bourlieu-Lacanal, André Brodkorb, Maria R.Bronze, Irene Comi, Leslie Couëdelo, Didier Dupont, Annie Durando Sedef N.El, Tara Grauwet, Christine Heerup, Ana Heredia, Marcos R.Infantes Garcia, Christian Jungnickel,Ilona E.Kłosowska-Chomiczewska, Marion Létisse, Adam Macierzanka, Alan R. Mackie, David J.McClements, Olivia Menard, Anne Meynierv Marie, Caroline Michalski, Ana-Isabel Mulet-Caberoi, Anette Mullertz, Francina M.Payera Perelló, Irene Peinado,Mélina Roberth Sébastien Secouard, Ana T.Serra, Sandra D.Silva, Gabriel Thomassen, Cecilia Tullberg, Ingrid Undeland, Carole Vayssen, Gerd E. Vegarud, Sarah H.E.Verkempinck, Michelle Viau, Mostafa Zahir, Ruojie Zhang, Frédéric Carrière
in Journal of Functional Foods

Food and Nutraceuticals
publication
2021
Exploring fruits from genus Prunus as a source of potential pharmaceutical agents – In vitro and in silico study

by Boris M.Popović, Bojana Blagojević, Alicja Z.Kucharsk, Dejan Agić, Nenad Magazin, Maja Milović, Ana Teresa Serra
in Food Chemistry

Food and Nutraceuticals
publication
2021
A Newfangled Collagenase Inhibitor Topical Formulation Based on Ethosomes with Sambucus nigra L. Extract

by Ana Henriques Mota, Inês Prazeres, Henrique Mestre, Andreia Bento-Silva, Maria João Rodrigues, Noélia Duarte, Ana Teresa Serra, Maria Rosário Bronze, Patrícia Rijo, Maria Manuela Gaspar, Ana Silveira Viana, Lia Ascensão, Pedro Pinto, Pradeep Kumar, António José Almeida, Catarina Pinto Reis
in Pharmaceuticals

Food and Nutraceuticals
publication
2021
Broa, an Ethnic Maize Bread, as a Source of Phenolic Compounds

by Andreia Bento-Silva, Noélia Duarte, Elsa Mecha, Maria Belo, Ana Teresa Serra, Maria Carlota Vaz Patto and Maria Rosário Bronze
in Antioxidants

Food and Nutraceuticals
publication
2021
Multi-Step Subcritical Water Extracts of Fucus vesiculosus L. and Codium tomentosum Stackhouse: Composition, Health-Benefits and Safety

by Soares, C.; Paíga, P.; Marques, M.; Neto, T.; Carvalho, A.P.; Paiva, A.; Simões, P.; Costa, L.; Bernardo, A.; Fernández, N.; Pinto, E.; Almeida, A.; Bronze, M.R.; Delerue-Matos, C.; Grosso,
in Processes

Food and Nutraceuticals
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