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A number of cytolytic toxins are commonly found in sea anemones. They represent a unique class of animal toxins considering their biochemical characteristics and biological activity. Sea anemone cytolysins are lethal polypeptides which act directly at the membrane level and have potent...
Incidents of illness reported to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in the period 1978–1987 were limited to ciguatera, scombroid fish poisoning (SFP), and paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP). Natural intoxications are both highly regional and species associated, and toxins are present in...
Numerous species of fish secrete from their skin a class of toxins called icthyocrinotoxins, which protect them from being eaten by larger fish including sharks. The lethality of these toxins has been studied in small fish, and their effect on sharks has been documented by tonic immobility tests...
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