Peritoneal carcinomatosis, a cancer 
that invades the abdominal cavity 

More than 75% of relapses 
within 5 years
+200 000 new cases / year
in EU
Survival rate
50% of cases do not survive 
5 years

A fluorescent probe to assist the surgeon & maximize the completeness of tumor resection

Specific detection of tumor tissue
Tumor tissue is specifically detected through a glycosidic biomarker expressed by 90% of carcinoma (epithelial cancers). This biomarker is masked or invisible on healthy tissue. Our innovative probe makes it possible to discriminate between malignant and healthy tissue.
Administration mode
The nanoprobe is injected intraperitoneally in order to reach all nodules within the abdominal cavity even non-vascularized ones. These microscopic nodules are often responsibles for many relapses observed in those pathologies.
Detection of tumor microenvironment
Tumors' detection is made through accumulation of cancer-associated immune cells expressing CD176 (glycosidic biomarker) around the tumor tissue. Microscopic nodules' detection is possible even at their earliest development stages.
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Diagnostic probe for fluorescence-guided surgery

Highlighting tumor of all sizes 
to prevent relapse of abdominal cancers

They support us

Emerging from a primary tumor site (ovaries, colon, pancreas, etc.), cancer cells spread through the peritoneal cavity resulting in peritoneal carcinomatosis (aka generalized abdominal cancers)

Meet the team

Mathilde Coustets, PhD
Chief Executive Officer 
& Cofounder
Laurent Paquereau, PhD, HDR
Chief Scientific Officer 
& Cofounder
Gwenael Ferron, MD, PhD, HDR 
Chief Medical Officer 
& Cofounder

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