Frog slime protein fights off the flu

Hydrophylax bahuvistara

Slime produced by Hydrophylax bahuvistara contains a newly identified flu-fighting protein called urumin, named for a type of sword used in the region of India where the frog resides. 

Sanil George & Jessica Shartouny

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