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Researchers from Flinders University, Southern Cross University, and Monash University report that a purple compound produced by the Australian white rock sea snail to protect its eggs has also shown potential as a new anticancer pharmaceutical. The team isolated the compound in the gland secretions from Dicathasis orbita which not only has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, but also anticancer properties.
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