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Anemone Produce Toxins That Have Pharmacological Potential

News   Oct 29, 2020 | Original story from Agência FAPESP (By André Julião)

 
Anemone Produce Toxins That Have Pharmacological Potential

Analysis identified 525 genes encoding proteins that act on the nervous system, cardiovascular system and cell walls. One of the molecules proved effective against cancer cells in preliminary test results. Credit: Sérgio Stampar/UNESP.

 
 
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