THE VENOM OF THE MUD-DAUBER WASP. 3. SCELIPHRON CAEMENTARIUM: GENERAL CHARACTER.

@article{Rosenbrook1964THEVO,
  title={THE VENOM OF THE MUD-DAUBER WASP. 3. SCELIPHRON CAEMENTARIUM: GENERAL CHARACTER.},
  author={W. Rosenbrook and R. O'connor},
  journal={Canadian journal of biochemistry},
  year={1964},
  volume={42},
  pages={
          1567-75
        }
}
The venom of the mud-dauber (Sceliphron caementarium), obtained by electrical excitation of the wasp, has been investigated qualitatively and quantitatively in order that no major constituent might be overlooked. Seventeen non-protein constituents, among them three free amino acids and a lecithin-like compound, were separated by chromatographic techniques and identified or characterized.This is the first investigation of any wasp venom to deal with the pure venom as opposed to a venom-apparatus… Expand
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