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We share the view with a growing number of scientists that the continued use of animals is in fact a hindrance to scientific progress and improvement of human health. If we want to improve healthcare for everyone, a transition from the existing scientific mindsets and practices is essential. This can only be achieved by fully replacing animal-based research methods with innovative, human-relevant approaches.
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A new review from scientists at the University of Utrecht considers how the complex nature of the kidney complicates in vitro modeling & suggests where 3D culture & organoid advances can be used to develop better predictive models that could reduce drug-induced nephrotoxicity. HUMAN HEALTH ISSUE The kidneys play an essential role in preserving homeostasis […]
Most knowledge about how the development of the cerebellum – the brain area that receives and coordinates sensory information and our physical responses to it – comes from mice. A new study offers an explanation as to why brain studies in mice might fail to translate to humans. According to the scientists it is now […]
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