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New Models for the In Vitro Study of Liver Toxicity: 3D Culture Systems and the Role of Bioreactors

By Giovanna Mazzoleni and Nathalie Steimberg

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Giovanna Mazzoleni and Nathalie Steimberg (May 16th 2012). New Models for the In Vitro Study of Liver Toxicity: 3D Culture Systems and the Role of Bioreactors, The Continuum of Health Risk Assessments Michael G. Tyshenko, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/45606. Available from:

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