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Insects As A Source Of Phenolic Compounds And Potential Health Benefits

M. C. Niño, L. Reddivari, C. Osorio, I. Kaplan, A. Liceaga
Published 2021 · Biology

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The use of insects in traditional medicine and unveiling the chemical structure of the bright pigments in butterfly wings led to the discovery of bioactive phenolic compounds in the insect bodies. ...
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