Interview: KoBioLabs Pioneering The Microbiome Landscape In Korea
Industry interest in the development of microbiome modulators is noticeably increasing worldwide. In South Korea, KoBioLabs is leading the charge to microbiome drug development, helped by a sizable database and biobank. Its founder and CEO GwangPyo Ko talked to Scrip about its core technology, pipeline progress, and general strategy.
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