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Liver-chip identifies drug toxicities in human, rat, and dog models

09:48 EST 6 Nov 2019 | Science Daily

Liver toxicity is a big problem in the drug, food, and consumer products industries, especially because results in animal models fail to predict how chemicals will affect humans. A new Liver-Chip successfully predicts how different drugs impact rat, dog, and human models, and could help get the most effective drugs to patients faster.

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