NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Hamner Institutes for Health Science will collaborate with Entelos on a project that will aim to create a computer model of liver function that will be used to develop biomarkers for drug-induced liver injury, the institute said yesterday.

The work will combine Entelos' PhysioLab biosimulation platform with liver injury and systems biology information developed at The Hamner.

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