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IIVS releases training video to replace animals in testing

(Institute for In Vitro Sciences) Funded by a grant from the European Partnership for Alternative Approaches to Animal Testing, the Institute for In Vitro Sciences, Inc. has released a technical training video that describes a cell-based in vitro method for assessing phototoxicity -- the potential for chemicals to cause damage after being exposed to light.
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