Wake Forest Leads $24M Effort to Develop 'Body on a Chip' to Protect Against Warfare | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center is leading an effort to develop a so-called "body on a chip" that can be used to test the effectiveness of therapies against agents of chemical or biological attacks, the center said on Tuesday.

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