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Human tissues vital for testing medicines

Human tissues vital for testing medicines

A new paper published by Expert Opinion on Drug Metabolism & Toxicology:

“Advances in the development and use of human tissue-based techniques for drug toxicity testing”

explains that:

• Human tissues have a vital role to play in drug toxicity evaluation.

• For many toxicity issues, the reliability of animal models is so poor that the greater relevance of human tissues offers invaluable advantages.

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