Sanguibiotech AG Reports On Artificial Oxygen Carrier

July 1999
Worldwide Biotech;Jul99, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p7
Trade Publication
Reports on the study on the artificial novel oxygen carrier developed by the Sangui Biotech International Incorporated. Procedures of the study; Views from Professor Wolfgang Barnikol, chief executive of Sangui Biotech AG and head of the Department for Clinical Physiology at the Private University Witten/Herdecke.


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