SensiDerm Assay Could Fill Void For Non-Animal Allergy Test In EU
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
U.K-based firm Proteome Sciences eyes the niche for a non-animal sensitivity test. Cosmetics Europe names its SensiDerm assay a first priority for funding.
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