Alfama and hemoCORM join forces on carbon monoxide research
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Two companies active in carbon monoxide research, Alfama and hemoCORM, have merged to create a leader in the field of carbon monoxide-releasing molecules (CORM). Researchers at both companies have been developing compounds that can release carbon monoxide in minute amounts after oral or injectable administration, and have shown promise in a range of acute and chronic inflammatory diseases.
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