Computer-based system reduces cost, time of drug-safety studies

08/5/2010 | Bloomberg

Three federal agencies, including the FDA, collaborated to develop a computer-based test that reduces time and money needed to evaluate the safety of drug candidates. The automated system tests an experimental drug against animal and human cells to identify chemical reactions associated with toxicity.

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