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Volume 33, Number 4, April 1995

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Muscarinic toxins from the venom of Dendroaspis snakes with agonist-like actions
pp. 389-397(9)
Authors: Jerusalinsky, D.; Kornisiuk, E.; Bernabeu, R.; Izquierdo, I.; Cervenansky, C.

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A snake toxin against muscarinic acetylcholine receptors: amino acid sequence, subtype specificity and effect on guinea-pig ileum
pp. 399-410(12)
Authors: Jolkkonen, M.; Adem, A.; Hellman, U.; Wernstedt, C.; Karlsson, E.

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Actions of neurotoxins (bungarotoxins, neosurugatoxin and lophotoxins) on insect and nematode nicotinic acetylcholine receptors
pp. 411-424(14)
Authors: Tornoe, C.; Bai, D.; Holden-Dye, L.; Abramson, S.N.; Sattelle, D.B.

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Structure-activity studies on scorpion toxins that block potassium channels
pp. 425-436(12)
Authors: Harvey, A.L.; Vatanpour, H.; Rowan, E.G.; Pinkasfeld, S.; Vita, C.; Menez, A.; Martin-Eauclaire, M.

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Ammodytoxin a acceptor in bovine brain synaptic membranes
pp. 437-449(13)
Authors: Krizaj, I.; Rowan, E.G.; Gubensek, F.

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Binding proteins on synaptic membranes for crotoxin and taipoxin, two phospholipases A2 with neurotoxicity
pp. 451-457(7)
Authors: Mu-Chin, T.; Chon-Ho, Y.; Ming-Jhy, H.; Chiu-Chen, T.; Ming-Daw, T.; Dupureur, C.M.

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Cloning and expression of mamba toxins
pp. 459-474(16)
Authors: Smith, L.A.; Olson, M.A.; Lafaye, P.J.; Dolly, J.O.

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Immunogenicity of a disulphide-containing neurotoxin: presentation to T-cells requires a reduction step
pp. 475-482(8)
Authors: Maillere, B.; Mourier, G.; Herve, M.; Cotton, J.; Leroy, S.; Menez, A.

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Low molecular weight components from black widow spider venom
pp. 483-489(7)
Authors: Volkova, T.M.; Pluzhnikov, K.A.; Woll, P.G.; Grishin, E.V.

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Effect of alkaloid toxins from tropical marine sponges on membrane sodium currents
pp. 491-497(7)
Authors: Rentas, A.L.R.; Rosa, R.; Rodriguez, A.D.; de Motta, G.E.

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Characterization of a rabbit serum raised against a botulinum toxin type a binding protein from presynaptic plasma membranes from torpedo electric organ
pp. 507-514(8)
Authors: Canals, J.M.; Arribas, M.; Ruiz-Avila, L.; Blasi, L.M.V.; Marsal, J.; Solsona, C.

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Botulinal neurotoxin C1 complex genes, clostridial neurotoxin homology and genetic transfer in clostridium botulinum
pp. 515-526(12)
Authors: Hauser, D.; Gibert, M.; Marvaud, J.C.; Erlund, M.W.; Popoff, M.R.

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Antagonism of botulinum toxin-induced muscle weakness by 3,4-diaminopyridine in rat phrenic nerve-hemidiaphragm preparations
pp. 527-537(11)
Authors: Adler, M.; Scovill, J.; Parker, G.; Lebeda, F.J.; Piotrowski, J.; deshpande, S.S.

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Alteration in the glial cell metabolism of glutamate by kainate and N-methyl-d-aspartate
pp. 569-576(8)
Authors: McBean, G.J.; Doorty, K.B.; Tipton, K.F.; Kollegger, H.

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Neural cell adhesion molecule (N-CAM) distribution may predict the effect of neurotoxins on the brain
pp. 577-581(5)
Authors: Ushakova, G.A.; Berezin, V.A.; Skibo, G.G.

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