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National Toxicology Program

National Toxicology Program

UPDATE NewsletterUPDATE NewsletterJanuary 2015

NTP expands coverage of Nonneoplastic Lesion Atlas

Reprinted from Environmental Factor, December 2014

Several new sections have been added to the National Toxicology Program’s Nonneoplastic Lesion Atlas over the last few months. A whole new section on a very important tissue, the kidney, can now be found under the Urinary System. Three other new systems have been added with hundreds of high quality images and narrative:

When completed this searchable web-based resource will contain 56 sections covering 13 biological systems.

Look for more detailed information about the Atlas in early 2015, and check the Atlas regularly for updates.

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Director of Office of Policy, Review, and Outreach and Editor-in-Chief: Mary Wolfe | Managing Editor: Anna Lee Mosley