It is well known that the formal group law $F_U$ of complex cobordism, expressing the Euler class of a tensor product of complex line bundles, is universal.

Also, the formal group law $F_O$ of unoriented cobordism, expressing the Euler class of a tensor product of real line bundles, is universal among formal group laws in characteristic 2 with the property that $F(X,X)=0$.

There is a nice description of $F_U$ in terms of manifold generators, due to Buchstaber: $$ F_U(X,Y) = \frac{\sum_{i,j\geq 0} [H_{ij}]\;X^iY^j}{\left(\sum_{r\geq 0}[\mathbb{C}P^r] X^r\right) \left(\sum_{s\geq 0}[\mathbb{C}P^s] Y^s\right)} $$ where the $H_{ij}$ are Milnor hypersurfaces. Here I am quoting this page.

Is there a similar description of $F_O(X,Y)$?