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Researchers probing the beneficial secrets in dolphins' proteins

(Medical University of South Carolina) Why reinvent the wheel when nature has the answer?That's what researcher Michael Janech, Ph.D. of the Medical University of South Carolina, has found to be true, drawing from the field of biomimicry where researchers look to nature for creative solutions to human problems.Janech's inspiration is coming from dolphins who seem to have protective proteins that may contain clues to treatments for aging-associated diseases in humans.
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