The New Vasoactive Peptides in Amphibian Skin
Amphibian skin contains large amounts of many biological active substances of low molecular weight, such as steroids, pseudo-alkaloids, amines and/or polypeptides which reveal the potent action or toxicity for the other mammals.
KeywordsAmino Acid Composition Active Principle Ammonium Formate Frog Skin Vasoactive Peptide
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