Why the next flu medicine could come from frog mucus

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 - 19:11 in Biology & Nature

What’s more amazing than kissing a frog and getting a handsome prince? How about scraping off a bit of the mucus layer that covers his skin and finding in it a potent weapon against influenza? That, quite simply, is what scientists from Emory University appear to have done in discovering an antimicrobial...

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