Ceruleotoxin: an acidic neurotoxin from the venom of Bungarus caeruleus which blocks the response to a cholinergic agonist without binding to the cholinergic receptor site.

@article{Bon1975CeruleotoxinAA,
  title={Ceruleotoxin: an acidic neurotoxin from the venom of Bungarus caeruleus which blocks the response to a cholinergic agonist without binding to the cholinergic receptor site.},
  author={Cassian Bon and Jean Pierre Changeux},
  journal={FEBS letters},
  year={1975},
  volume={59 2},
  pages={
          212-6
        }
}
The toxins from the venoms of Elapid snakes have been extensively studied during the past few years and several of them are currently used to label pharmacological receptors and other membrane bound proteins [ 1,2] . On the basis of their structure and of their pharmacological action, Lee [ 1,3] has distinguished in these venoms the cardiotoxins, which, like the y-toxin, the direct lytic factor or cobramine B, produce cardiovascular alterations responsible for local necrotic lesions [4] , and… CONTINUE READING