Potential of Silkworm Moths

Brandi Klingerman | July 28, 2016

The availability of medicines in many developing countries is undermined by poor medicine supply, insufficient health facilities, and the high cost of medicine, according to the World Health Organization.

This includes the production or financial capability for establishing biotherapeutic production processes to treat a variety of common illnesses and diseases.

However, what if these countries could utilize the millennia-old, household practice of farming silk from silkworm moth caterpillars to produce affordable, in-demand biology-based therapeutics?

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 by Daily Domer Staff