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What happens to pharmaceuticals in the digestive system of a bird?


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Measuring how commonly-prescribed pharmaceuticals behave in the guts of starlings is a daunting task, but a new study has aimed to do just that. The researchers found that the drug behaved similarly in both the bird and human systems. Such results are invaluable in understanding how to use data detailing the effects of pharmaceuticals in humans, applying this across to wildlife species.wbqLKum6KEw

 

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