New device designed to reduce reliance on animal testing

01/14/2010 | U.S. News & World Report

Hurel Corp. is working on technology designed to replace experiments on guinea pigs and mice to test for allergic reactions to drugs and cosmetic products. The device features a glass chip with human skin cells that mimic the body's immune system. Cosmetics maker L'Oreal is providing funding for the product's development.

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