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Takeda And Enterome To Jointly Mine The Microbiome

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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In a deal that further expands its credentials, French company Enterome has inked an alliance with Japan's Takeda to conduct research and develop novel therapeutics aimed at microbiome targets thought to play crucial roles in gastrointestinal disorders.

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