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EPA selects Phylonix to screen compound library in zebrafish

their molecular basis is either identical or similar, underscoring the potential for use in research on human developmental toxicity.

The initial goal for the Phylonix component of the ToxCast program is to correlate compounds having known toxicities with biological activities in zebrafish test systems. Numerous mechanisms and effects of toxicity will be studied, including central nervous system, cardiovascular system and digestive system development/toxicity.


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Contact: Edward O'Lear
ed.olear@phylonix.com
617-441-6700
Phylonix
12-Apr-2007


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