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Biotech firm uses live heart tissue in drug screens

Milwaukee, Wis. - InvivoSciences LLC, a startup biotechnology firm with laboratories in Milwaukee, is working to help drug developers bridge the gap between molecular and animal testing methods. For researchers studying heart diseases, skin disorders, and other maladies, Invivo's manufactured live tissue system could provide that bridge.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Fleissner 09/13/06


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