The following are the patent licenses available from Bioithas:
Probiotic mixtures for other pathologies
Probiotic for COVID-19
Both the probiotic product for Atopic Dermatitis and Psoriasis have been licensed in more than 30 countries. In the same way it happens with the Acne product.
Our work process is based on:
Previous, extensive and exhaustive study of the human microbiota to identify those diseases likely to respond to treatment with probiotics that use this altered microbiota as a target.
The next step is to develop probiotics that are capable of modulating said microbiota, improving the symptoms of patients and consequently their quality of life.
Based on these data, we also develop biomarkers for early diagnosis of disease, which can also be used to predict the response to treatment in a specific pathology.
Why license your patent with Bioithas?
In the vast majority of cases, the results of our research are published in journals with a high impact factor. This makes our product recognized and accepted within the medical field, thus presenting an enormous commercial capacity. For this reason, the product, whether it is a probiotic or a development for an early diagnosis biomarker, is nationally and internationally patented with the aim of its subsequent exploitation.
Within this line of business we own several patents and developments that can be licensed to third parties through the B2B (business-to-business) model.
Within the line of probiotics, our "expertise" focuses on skin pathologies, but we also have numerous trials and great experience in digestive, immune, neurological and infectious pathologies.
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