Isogenica to commercialise antimicrobials from UK Ministry of Defence collaboration
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Isogenica has entered into an agreement with the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL), an agency of the UK Ministry of Defence, to commercialise antimicrobial peptides that were identified in a collaboration between the two entities.
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