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Novozymes and Adisseo partner for poultry probiotic

9:24 AM MDT | May 28, 2015 | Rebecca Coons

Novozymes and Adisseo (Antony, France) say they have entered into a partnership to develop and market a probiotic for poultry. Under the terms of the deal, Novozymes will be responsible for in-vitro screening, development and production, while Adisseo will...


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