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Liver Spheroids: A Major Step Towards Meaningful In Vitro Testing for Human Hepatotoxicity Potential

Article   Oct 31, 2018 | by Maureen Bunger, Product Manager for ADME-Tox Solutions, Lonza

 
Liver Spheroids:  A Major Step Towards Meaningful In Vitro Testing for Human Hepatotoxicity Potential
 
 
 

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