Drug research using insects

Drug research using insects

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Caption: Drug research using insects. Researcher holding cocoons from the larvae of the silkworm moth (Bombyx mori). The brown spots are excrement deposits, which will be investigated by drug research laboratories as potential sources for new drug compounds. Photographed in Petit-Saut, French Guiana.

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