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synbiotics

(sin″bī″ot′iks) [ syn- + biotics]
Synergistic blends of prebiotics and probiotics used to treat irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease.
synbiotic, adjective
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M2 EQUITYBITES-January 4, 2011-Pfizer Animal Health closes acquisition of Synbiotics Corp for USD0.
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My original research findings are supported by studies that reveal how quorum synbiotics are beneficial in cases of severe acute pancreatitis, chronic hepatitis, abdominal surgery, liver transplantation, and abnormal calcification.
To test the potential of both prebiotics and probiotics (synbiotics), Orafti Active Food Ingredients, Malvern, PA, has launched The Syncan Program, a project featuring a set of trials to study the effects of synbiotics on cancer.
My long-term research on synbiotics has been independently substantiated by doctors in cases of severe acute pancreatitis, chronic hepatitis, abdominal surgery, liver transplantation, and abnormal calcification.
The SYNCAN project, an EU-sponsored multi-center European study coordinated by Orafti, aims to investigate whether pro-, pre- and synbiotics can reduce the risk of colorectal cancer, the most common form of cancer in the U.
Prior to Orchestra Therapeutics, he served as Chief Financial Officer at Synbiotics Corporation, a publicly-traded animal health diagnostic and therapeutics company where his responsibilities included all financial, merger and acquisition, information technology and human resource departments.