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Microtissues for in vitro toxicity assessment: Cost effective and in vivo relevant toxicology tools

Conventional two-dimensional (2D) cell models (adherent cells grown on cell culture plates or cells in suspension) are limited in their abilities to accurately predict clinical toxicity since they lack the fundamental complexity of in vivo tissue environments.

The increasing impact of precision research models on drug discovery and development.

Animal models are the standard by which we gain insight into the complex biological processes that underlie normal human physiology and disease states. Rodent models such as rats and mice have been used to understand various aspects of human physiology, disease and treatment outcomes.