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Venoms: Sources, Toxicity & Therapeutic Uses

Venoms: Sources, Toxicity & Therapeutic Uses

9781608764488
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Opis
Venom is any of a variety of toxins used by certain types of animals. Venom and toxins derived from fishes, amphibians and reptiles have always held an intense interest to biologists. This book examines the past and current literature on this topic and also presents ideas for further exploration and research in this fascinating area of toxinology. Furthermore, bee venom is used in traditional medicine to treat a variety of diseases. In recent years, it has been reported that the venom, and especially one of its major constituents melittin, possess anticancer properties. This book explores the cytotoxicity of whole bee venom, as well as melittin towards different types of tumour cells. Other chapters in this book examine the different methods of collecting scorpion venom, which is known to be a rich source of neurotoxic proteins and peptides that specifically target different ion channels. An analysis of the specific immunonotherapy with hymenoptera venom, that has proven to be an effective treatment against certain allergic reactions, is examined as well. The composition and possible functions of the venom of the social vespids, belonging to three subfamilies Vespinae, Polistinae and Stenogastrinae, are also analysed and discussed.
Szczegóły produktu
73023
9781608764488
9781608764488

Opis

Rok wydania
2010
Numer wydania
1
Oprawa
twarda
Liczba stron
268
Wymiary (mm)
230.00 x 155.00
Waga (g)
478
  • Preface; Insights on Perspectives of Hymenoptera Venom Immunotherapy; The Several Functions of the Venom of Social Vespidae; Emerging & Undervalued Types of Three-Fingered Toxins; Snake Venoms - A Perspective for Development of Drugs against Microbes; Venom Biology of the Lower Vertebrates:: Past, Present, & Future Research on Venom & Toxins from Fishes, Amphibians, & Reptiles; Bee Venom & Melittin from Apis Mellifera Display Cytotoxicity towards Different Types of Tumour & Non-Tumour Cell Lines; Cellular Effect & Biotechnology Application of Low Weight Molecular Compounds of Latrodectus sp; Clinical Management of Patients Suffering from Hymenoptera Venom Allergy; Direct Electric Current from Low Voltage for the Inactivation of Venom Enzymes:: May this be a Future Direction?; Different Methods of Collecting Scorpion Venom; Commentary; Index.
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