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croc blood to help humans

Discussion in 'Herp Awareness' started by furryscaly, Aug 18, 2005.

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  1. furryscaly

    furryscaly Elite Member

  2. Bitis Gabonica

    Bitis Gabonica Elite Member

    That's fantastic Matt, great news story. Wouldn't that just be fantastic, and yes, hopefully as a bonus it might teach humans a new respect for crocs and other scaly things.
     
  3. venus

    venus Founding Member

    Wouldnt that be phenominal. Agreed Rachel, maybe non-reptilian people would learn to respect the scalier things in life :p
     
  4. kenman1963

    kenman1963 Moderator

    Excellent article Matt,,,thanks for pointing it out.
     
  5. DarkMagician207

    DarkMagician207 Elite Member

    wow that was a really great article. very interesting. glad you shared that with us all. :)
     
  6. KrokadilyanGuy3

    KrokadilyanGuy3 Elite Member

    Generally, this is nothing new. Studies have been going on Crocodillin for several years and thoughts on curing many of our own diseases has been questioned. I have questioned Adam about it affecting HIV several years ago after Crocodillin was recognized..

    For awhile, we all thought that the antibiotic only affected bacteria, and due to funding, the research could not be extended any further than it already was. Only recently has this Antimicrobial peptide (as well as non-peptided bases) gone beyond bacterial studies due to pairing up with Mark Merchant, who too has been studying this material and has based it's feats to be truely astonishing.

    Hopefully, the claimed statements follow through.

    And as Mat stated, hopefully these animals will be viewed differently.
    Zane
     
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