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reinnervate Ltd. is commercializing Alvetex, a three-dimensional scaffold for cell culture. By supporting cell cultures that are more representative of the original tissues, Alvetex cultures could help drug companies fail drugs at an earlier stage, and could reduce the numbers of animals required in testing, thereby saving money in drug development.
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