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Members of the Molecular Microscopy Consortium highlighted the importance of cryogenic electron microscopy, or cryo-EM.
In the U.S., the substance has been phased out of almost all commercial and industrial products, but it persists in the environment.
An expert panel agreed with findings from a recent National Toxicology Program study on a compound known as oxybenzone.
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