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The discovery, in the intestines of the king penguin, of an antimicrobial protein that allows it to store food, is a new opportunity to fight against bacteria.
The study of self-medication of great apes, ie their knowledge of healing plants, allows us to discover new active molecules against human diseases.
By copying both viruses and carriers of cholesterol found in the blood, very small nanocarriers of drugs can be designed to treat cancer cells.
Inspired by the hydrophobic properties of animals such as marine worm, researchers have developed a unique medical glue that adheres inside the body and reduces impact of invasive surgeries.