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By Guido Cimino,Margherita Gavagnin

This is the 1st ebook on molluscs as resources for pharmaceutical medicinal drugs. Marine molluscs are very promising applicants for a variety of biotechnological purposes. for instance, they own analgesic medicinal drugs stronger than morphine and extremely potent anticancer brokers. overseas specialists offer insurance of the main stimulating subject matters relating to molluscs. this data in their heritage and present stories opens the door to the future.

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