FDA Buys Toxicology Data Mining Software, Databases from LeadScope | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Nov. 9 — LeadScope has sold its Enterprise data mining software and ToxScope toxicity databases to the US Food and Drug Administration to help the agency perform in silico  toxicology assessments.  

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