ACEA Biosciences to Study Cell Response to Toxins for EPA Chemical Library | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The Environmental Protection Agency has contracted ACEA Biosciences to classify potentially toxic chemicals for the EPA’s Toxcast Chemical Library, ACEA said today.
 
ACEA said the EPA has hired it to analyze and classify as many as 10,000 chemicals using its microelectronic cell-based assays for as long as 5 years.
 

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