NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Cellumen said today that it will provide analysis services for the second phase of the US Environmental Protection Agency's ToxCast program.

Cellumen said that the work with EPA "could generate" up to $5.5 million for the company, but did not disclose further financial details.

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