More than 73 amphibian species are known to have some kind of medicinal values. The skin of frogs and toads has been used for medicine by many cultures since ancient times. Each amphibian species has its own protective compounds against predators and microorganisms. Compounds include amines, alkaloids, and peptides.In many countries, amphibians are still used in traditional medicines often to meet primary health needs.
Mar 11th, 2015
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