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Biocompound From Atlantic Rainforest Tree Combats Parasite

News   Jul 16, 2019 | Original story from the São Paulo Research Foundation

 
Biocompound From Atlantic Rainforest Tree Combats Parasite

Researchers find that substances synthesized from plant species endemic to the biodiversity hotspot can kill the parasites that cause these neglected diseases. Credit: Ana Claudia Torrecilhas and J. P. Maçaneiro / Flora Digital.

 
 
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