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- Rincón-Cortés, Clara Andrea; Olamendi-Portugal, Timoteo; Carcamo-Noriega, Edson Norberto; Santillán, Edmundo González; Zuñiga, Fernando Zamudio; Reyes-Montaño, Edgar Antonio; Vega Castro, Nohora Angélica; Possani, Lourival Domingos
- Toxicon 2019 v.169 pp. 5-11
- Centruroides; Orthoptera; Tityus; amino acids; chromatography; disulfide bonds; disulfides; humans; insects; molecular weight; peptides; phylogeny; sodium channels; topology; toxicity; toxins; venoms
- ... The soluble venom of the scorpion Tityus macrochirus was separated by chromatographic procedures and three homogeneous peptides were obtained and their primary structures were determined. They were called: Tma1-Tma3, from the abbreviated name of the scorpion. Tma1 is a peptide containing 65 amino acids with four disulfide linkages and a molecular weight of 7386.2 Da. It is a mammalian toxin, shown ...