GNUBiotics Sciences introduces next generation HMOs composed of up to 130 diverse microbiota accessible carbohydrates (MACs) structures

ESPGHAN, Geneva, May 11th, 2018

By Sandra Einerhand, Einerhand Science & Innovation BV, The Netherlands for Gnubiotics Sciences

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