Weird critter might help us to heal livers

Although it may look like a snake or a large earthworm, the ringed caecilian is actually an amphibian. The South American animal's interesting features go beyond its appearance, however. According to recent research, it may lead us to new treatments for cirrhosis... Continue Reading Weird critter might help us to heal livers Category: Medical Tags: Liver disease University of Surrey Related Articles: Blood markers peel back the curtain on a stealthy form of liver disease Experimental drug puts the brakes on obesity-related liver disease Jet-spray pill provides painless oral alternative to the needle Highly sensitive Sneezometer picks up early signs of asthma RemoveDebris to launch space cleanup demonstrator Brain disease leads to new understanding of bacterial behav

Weird critter might help us to heal livers

Although it may look like a snake or a large earthworm, the ringed caecilian is actually an amphibian. The South American animal's interesting features go beyond its appearance, however. ...

Wed 6 Dec 17 from Gizmag

A South American amphibian could potentially hold the key in curing cirrhosis

The unique liver function of a South American amphibian, Siphonops annulatus, could pave the way to finding a cure to the devastating liver condition cirrhosis, a new study published in the ...

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