In their Editor’s Choice article, Avlasevich et al. reported an integrated method for determining cell proliferation and for detecting MN formation in rat hepatocytes.
Nomination deadline for EMGS Young Scientist Award extended to April 30, 2018.
The Young Scientist Award is an exciting opportunity for young investigators to showcase their talent to the EMGS community while communicating the importance of their research to the public via a fun crowdfunding video
Toxicity and Efficacy of Stem Cells as Therapeutic Products for Humans and Animals. Tuesday, April 24, 2018, 11:00 AM–12:30 PM ET USA
We are calling for applicants for the new EMGS Newly Independent Investigators Engagement Program! Recipients receive funds to cover costs to attend up to three EMGS Annual Meetings over a five-year period. Application deadline is April 1, 2018
In their February 2018 Editor’s Choice Article, "Quantitative differentiation of whole smoke solution-induced mutagenicity in the mouse lymphoma assay,” Guo et al. report using the mouse lymphoma assay to evaluate the mutagenicity of WSSs from two types of cigarettes, with and without S9 activation.