Study: Metamorphosis hormone has role for humans

06/1/2006 | USA Today

A hormone that begins the metamorphosis process in caterpillars has been identified by researchers, possibly allowing better understanding of how hormones control human growth. Researchers said finding the "starter hormone" could aid in developing anti-cancer agents and understanding the long-term impact of malnutrition in infants.

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