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How Komodo Dragon Blood May Save Lives

Video   Aug 03, 2018 | The Science Museum, YouTube

 

Komodo dragons, the largest lizards on earth, carry antimicrobial peptides in their blood as a defense against infections. Researchers at George Mason University used these peptides to treat wound infections in mice and hope we will be able to develop new antibiotics based on these chemicals.

 
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