A Closer Look At The Korean Microbiome Therapeutic Landscape
2022 A Pivotal Year?
Scrip takes an infographic look at various factors to keep an eye on in South Korea's rapidly developing microbiome therapy landscape this year, including emerging companies and their pipelines.
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