Researchers turn to vividly colored bugs to discover drugs

Scientists at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama found that brightly colored insects and beetles were found more commonly on plants that have properties active against diseases such as malaria, Chagas disease and certain cancers. The study suggests that screening insects with warning coloration may contribute to the discovery and development of new drugs, a researcher said.

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