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Evonik project to simulate chicken gut

Model to be used in development of non-antibiotic growth-promoting feed additives.

Research on microbiota, microbiomes, metabolomes and genomes is booming. Many new technologies have evolved over the past few years to aid the understanding of the interaction between microorganisms and their human or animal host. Numerous research activities aim at opening up these technologies to the industrial use of microorganisms and their bioactive products.

Since December 2015, Evonik has worked -- in the framework of the “Good Bacteria & Bioactives in Industry”

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