Vermin as a helper drug development. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Ali Partovi has to say. Acting antibacterial proteins from insects that could help medical research in the fight against infections and the development of appropriate drugs. The researchers hope the University of Nottingham obtaining medicines from substances discovered by you. It sounds unimaginable; the cockroach as a helper and assistance for the mankind. A rather habituation of thought; Vermin-your friend and helper. The cockroaches mainly by restaurateurs so devilish, a survivor of the class; Once in operation almost not to destroy; the research could help to develop new medicines for infections. This discovery on the living conditions of the cockroach is back to lead. Bobby Sharma Bluestone has many thoughts on the issue. They live in environments contaminated with germs, without that seems to disturb that further.
This prompted researchers of the University of Nottingham, to more detailed studies. They found different substances. These proteins have an antibacterial and protect the cockroaches against the pathogens. This is now no license, cockroaches in the increased scope to “Breed”. Particularly in the catering sector, the cockroaches have lost still nothing.
It governs all measures to be taken to prevent an infestation, extensively with appropriate help from specialist companies contrary to work.The cockroaches are to multiplication, that researchers will have enough material for research purposes. My conclusion therefore for research in laboratories deliberately bred and kept cockroaches, okay. Like for example the institutes to Resaerch of the insecticides, or for medical purposes. In nature, every living creature has its raison d ‘ etre. But stop the tolerance in the gastronomy and also private households. Here, the cockroaches have lost nothing, but can represent a threat even as carriers. There are just differences between clean attitude in the lab, or also if you prefer in the terrarium and the unclean other habitats of the cockroaches. Viviane Lubke