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In vitro toxicology is a rapidly developing science and will form the basis of future toxicology testing¹. There have been great advances in material science and bio-engineering, creating exciting new microfluidic devices which are well placed for the development of in vitro multi-organ systems². All of these advances have allowed
The field of in vitro toxicology involves the use of in vitro (Latin for “in glass”) techniques to study the effects of chemicals, drugs, and other substances on living cells and tissues, with the goal of identifying potential toxic effects and reducing or eliminating the need for animal testing. In
In vitro toxicology is a field of toxicology that uses in vitro (Latin for “in glass”) techniques, such as cell and tissue cultures, to study the effects of chemicals, drugs, and other substances on living cells and tissues. In vitro techniques allow researchers to observe and measure specific cellular responses
It is difficult to give an exact number of companies that are working on animal-free test technologies, as there are likely many organizations and research institutions around the world that are developing and using these methods. However, there are several well-known companies that are actively working on the development and
Animal-free test technologies use a variety of techniques to replace, reduce, or refine the use of animals in scientific research and product safety testing. Some of these techniques include: In vitro cell and tissue cultures: These involve growing cells or tissues in a laboratory setting to observe their response to
The future of animal-free test technologies is promising, as there is a growing demand for these methods and ongoing developments in technology and science. Advances in cell culture techniques, microfluidic devices, and computer models are making it possible to create increasingly complex and accurate simulations of human biology, which could