Bicoll owns an efficient and multi-disciplinary technology approach to the discovery of novel potent molecules for the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, and agricultural industry.
Bicoll has the proprietary right to the Bicoll Plant Profiles™, which provides the fastest and the most successful method to discover lead compounds from initial screening to animal tests or products. Bicoll offers solutions to hit to lead for drug discovery pipeline from scientifically gathered and carefully processed plant species with outstanding knowledge in high tech natural product chemistry to validated experience in medicinal chemistry.
Our proprietary small molecule property-based isolation technology enables an efficient Hit to Lead workflow for natural compounds. Bicoll’s plant-based small molecule libraries have been proven in a wide range of applications as documented by peer-reviewed publications and patents.
1.Hit to Lead
2. Lead Optimization
3. From Initial Leads to Lead Optimization
Bicoll Plant Profiles™ are ready to use in (high-throughput) screening assays.
We build up libraries with particular and specific compounds.
Bicoll offers about 600 compounds from each plant organ.
We provide compounds with molecular weight ranges between 350 to 450 Da.
Bicoll medicinal chemistry expert team supports further modification and fine-tuning of physiologic parameters.
Data mining of 40.000 historical recipes documented by healthcare practitioners in Chinese (Institute of Chinese Life Sciences, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin) was the basis for identifying, testing (Symrise), and confirming taste active substances (Bicoll).
The use case for these compounds is two-fold: it allows to improve the taste and hence adaption of healthy low carb foods and increase compliance of patients through better tasting medicine.
Planegg / Martinsried (Germany), March 4, 2021 – Bicoll, an expert in providing novel and relevant bioactive compounds for accelerated product development, disclosed the results of the “SimLeap” research consortium’s efforts today.