MatriSys Focuses On ‘Good Microbe’ Approach To Dermatology, Maybe Skin Cancer Too
Emerging Company Profile: Calling itself the most advanced microbiome company focused on skin diseases, MatriSys has advanced a proprietary microbe to Phase IIa for atopic dermatitis. The biotech also is eyeing UV-induced cancer, rosacea, acne, psoriasis and bacterial skin infections.
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