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Gene Logic Announces Expansion of Contract Services Facilities

NEW YORK, March 18 - (GenomeWeb News) - Gene Logic said today it has expanded its Gaithersburg, Maryland contract services facilities.

 

The expanded facility, the company said, includes lab space for neurotoxicology and teratology, and other study rooms for general toxicology, reproductive toxicology, safety pharmacology, and customized toxicology.

 

The company said the facility is USDA licensed and is GLP-compliant, as well as being accredited with AAALAC International and registered with the NIH OLAW.

 

This announcement follows closely after Gene Logic made public its  decision to establish a UK Subsidiary.

 

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