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- Zhao, Yonghui, et al. Show all 12 Authors
- International journal of biological macromolecules 2020 v.148 pp. 351-363
- Buthus martensii; Paleozoic era; fossils; hemolymph; ingredients; neurotoxins; nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; potassium channels; venoms
- ... An increasing number of scorpion fossils indicate that the venomous telson developed from the sharp telson in sea scorpions into the extant scorpion-like telson in aquatic scorpions in the Paleozoic Era and then further evolved into the fetal venom system. This hypothesis led us to evaluate the inhibition of scorpion venom-sensitive potassium channels by hemolymph from the scorpion Mesobuthus mart ...