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It is hypothesized that protease inhibitors play an essential role in survival of venomous animals through protecting peptide… Expand Background: Scorpion venom is important and rich source of peptides, most of which have been widely used as pharmacological tools… Expand Plasmodium falciparum is a pathogen of human malaria which causes millions of deaths per year due to the ever-increasing drug… Expand Abstract A new species, Mesobuthus bolensis from the Province of Xinjiang, in the Western region of China, is described. The new… Expand Indian red scorpion (Mesobuthus tamulus; MBT) produces lethal stings and is a matter of concern in certain parts of India. MBT… Expand BACKGROUND
Death caused by scorpion envenoming is a common event in the tropical and subtropical countries including many regions… Expand Abstract The first molecular phylogeny is presented for four species of the scorpion genus Mesobuthus, based on DNA sequences of… Expand A previously healthy 54-year-old woman presented to the emergency department with vomiting and severe pain in her right ring… Expand History and Objectives: Considering the high frequency of the scorpion Mesobuthus eupeus in Iran and the critical significance of… Expand The fractionation of the venom of Indian red scorpion (Mesobuthus tamulus) was performed using CM-52 (carboxy methyl cellulose… Expand