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Microphysiological systems for in vitro ADME and systemic repeated dose toxicity testing

The proliferation of microfluidic systems in the scientific literature makes it difficult to keep up with this emerging technology. However, only a portion of these are microphysiological or “human-on-a-chip” systems being developed for toxicity testing applications. An interesting one that caught our eye is the article, “Chip-based human liver–intestine and liver–skin co-cultures – A first […]
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IFER funds new graduate fellowships for research into the development of alternatives to the use of animals in science

Posted: October 15, 2014 Peggy Cunniff, President of the International Foundation for Ethical Research (IFER), and Peter O’Donovan, Executive Director of IFER, announced this week the funding of three new graduate fellowships, and the renewal of three fellowships awarded in previous years. The awards are based on recommendations of the IFER Scientific Advisory Board following […]
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