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Lag grown human skin is to replace animal testing - drugdiscovery.com
Lag grown human skin is to replace animal testing - drugdiscovery.com


Laboratory grown human skin might substitute tests on animals according to scientists. A novel technology now enables scientists to make a skin tissue with the same chracteristics as the human one.
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Tags: human skin, animal testing, cosmetic tests, dark sider - April 26, 2014
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