Erratum: Adaptive evolution in the toxicity of a spider’s venom enzymes

@inproceedings{Pedroso2015ErratumAE,
  title={Erratum: Adaptive evolution in the toxicity of a spider’s venom enzymes},
  author={Aur{\'e}lio Pedroso and Sergio R. Matioli and M{\'a}rio Tyago Murakami and Giselle Pidde-Queiroz and Denise Vilarinho Tambourgi},
  booktitle={BMC Evolutionary Biology},
  year={2015}
}
Sphingomyelinase D is the main toxin present in the venom of Loxosceles spiders. Several isoforms present in these venoms can be structurally classified in two groups. Class I Sphingomyelinase D contains a single disulphide bridge and variable loop. Class II Sphingomyelinase D presents an additional intrachain disulphide bridge that links a flexible loop with a catalytic loop. These classes exhibit differences in their toxic potential. In this paper we address the distribution of the structural… CONTINUE READING

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