Unique Imaging System Illuminates Tumors using Scorpion Venom Protein and Laser

The venomous deathstalker scorpion can be 4 inches in length. They are found in the Sahara desert.

Using venomous proteins to make insect milkshakes: Nematodes secrete a deadly cocktail of proteins to kill many insects that damage crops. The finding overturns a long-held belief that it is exclusively bacteria, working in conjunction with nematodes, that kill the insects. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/04/170420141819.htm?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=Sendible&utm_campaign=RSS

Using venomous proteins to make insect milkshakes: Research finds that microscopic worms known as nematodes use venomous proteins to kill the insects they infect

Nematodes secrete a deadly cocktail of proteins to kill many insects that damage crops. The finding overturns a long-held belief that it is exclusively bacteria, working in conjunction with nematodes, that kill the insects.

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Melittin (from Honey Bee Venom) - Protein Structure Key Chain

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UCR Today 					Research finds that microscopic worms known as nematodes use venomous proteins to kill the insects they infect 		By Sean Nealon on April 20, 2017			 			Share this article:  			 RIVERSIDE, Calif. (www.ucr.

UCR Today Research finds that microscopic worms known as nematodes use venomous proteins to kill the insects they infect By Sean Nealon on April 2017 Share this article: RIVERSIDE, Calif.

Melittin from Honey Bee Venom  Protein Necklace by PeachesandScience

Melittin (from Honey Bee Venom) - Protein Structure Necklace

Spider venom protein could protect the brain from stroke-induced damage by preventing acid build up.

One of Australia’s deadliest denizens could hold the key to a new class of stroke treatments.

Novel Venom Proteins Produced by Differential Domain-Expression Strategies in Beaded Lizards and Gila Monsters (genus Heloderma)

The origin and evolution of venom proteins in helodermatid lizards were investigated by multidisciplinary techniques. Our analyses elucidated novel t

Researchers use RNA-Seq to construct the tentacle transcriptome of the deadly box jelly-When you get right down to it, box jellyfish are little more than goo. The majority of their volume is mesoglea, a non-living, jello-like substance, which is sandwiched between two thin tissue layers. They have no teeth to bite with, no claws to scratch with — none of the weaponry we generally think of when we imagine a ruthless predator. Yet these boneless, brainless boxies are among the deadliest…

Researchers use RNA-Seq to construct the tentacle transcriptome of the deadly box jelly

#JoP: Absolute venomics: Absolute quantification of intact venom proteins through elemental mass spectrometry

Absolute venomics: Absolute quantification of intact venom proteins through elemental mass spectrometry

The short-tailed shrew and Mexican beaded lizard have independently evolved venom proteins through similar structural modifications from a common ancestor.

The short-tailed shrew and Mexican beaded lizard have independently evolved venom proteins through similar structural modifications from a common ancestor.

The many faces of a scorpion venom protein.

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Venom from this funnel-web spider and other arthropods may become green insecticides.

Spider and centipede venom evolved from insulin-like hormone -- ScienceDaily

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