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Ball and stick illustration of Poisonous Frog toxin Epibatidine (C11H13N2): from modern Ecuador. Native Americans dipped their darts into Epibatidine, which is now being used by pharmaceutical companies to create a painkiller 200 times as powerful as morph : Stock Illustration

Ball and stick illustration of Poisonous Frog toxin Epibatidine (C11H13N2): from modern Ecuador. Native Americans dipped their darts into Epibatidine, which is now being used by pharmaceutical companies to create a painkiller 200 times as powerful as morph

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Ball And Stick Illustration Of Poisonous Frog Toxin Epibatidine From Modern Ecuador Native Americans Dipped Their Darts Into Epibatidine Which Is Now Being Used By Pharmaceutical Companies To Create A Painkiller 200 Times As Powerful As Morph Stock Illustration 121842934No People,Painkiller,Biology,Built Structure,Color Image,Complex,Design,Development,Illustration,Illustration Technique,Morphine,Native American,Power,Research,South America,South American,Square,Topics,Toxic Substance,White BackgroundPhotographer Collection: Oxford Scientific