Mode of Action of Toxins and the Structure of Ion Channels


of biologically active compounds to capture prey, acting on a vast array of targets. Prey immobilization is achieved by either inhibiting or activating the electrical activity using very specific and potent compounds. The diverse array of venom components belong to a number of compound classes, including small molecular weight compounds, electrolytes… (More)


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