Proteome Sciences Presents Data on Eight SRM Assays for Cosmetic Allergen Testing | GenomeWeb

By Adam Bonislawski

Proteome Sciences last week presented data on eight protein biomarker assays it developed through its participation in the European Commission’s Sens-it-iv initiative, a project aimed at devising in vitro alternatives to animal tests to determine skin or respiratory sensitivity to allergens in items including cosmetics, detergents, and other consumer products.

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