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InvivoSciences receives NIH grant for heart technology

Wauwatosa, Wis. - To perfect a technology that allows researchers to test new drugs on tiny rings of beating heart tissue, one needs money. And fortunately for one local company, the federal government is willing to absorb some of the cost of such an endeavor.

To improve its technology, InvivoSciences, LLC, a start-up biotechnology firm ......

Full article >>> or," was developed in collaboration with Middleton-based Gilson, Inc. It detects drug interactions with tissue that mimics healthy or diseased hearts. With this capability, some researchers could eliminate the need to test drugs on whole animals.

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 10/27/06


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