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2011-06-28Unique scorpion toxin with a putative ancestral fold provides insight into evolution of the inhibitor cystine knot motifSmith, JJ; Hill, JM; Little, MJ; Nicholson, GM; King, GF; Alewood, PF
2007-03-15Insect-selective spider toxins targeting voltage-gated sodium channelsNicholson, GM
2012-09-15Pharmacological characterization of α-elapitoxin-Al2a from the venom of the Australian pygmy copperhead (Austrelaps labialis): An atypical long-chain α-neurotoxin with only weak affinity for α7 nicotinic receptorsMarcon, F; Leblanc, M; Vetter, I; Lewis, RJ; Escoubas, P; Nicholson, GM
2010-08-01Biosynthesis of toxic naturally-occurring seafood contaminantsKalaitzis, JA; Chau, R; Kohli, GS; Murray, SA; Neilan, BA
2013-08-01Evolution and distribution of saxitoxin biosynthesis in dinoflagellatesOrr, RJS; Stüken, A; Murray, SA; Jakobsen, KS
2011-03-01Extraordinary conservation, gene loss, and positive selection in the evolution of an ancient neurotoxinMurray, SA; Mihali, TK; Neilan, BA
2001-01-01Electrophysiological analysis of the neurotoxic action of a funnel-web spider toxin, δ-atracotoxin-Hv1a, on insect voltage-gated Na<sup>+</sup> channelsGrolleau, F; Stankiewicz, M; Birinyi-Strachan, L; Wang, XH; Nicholson, GM; Pelhate, M; Lapied, B
2011-01-15α-Elapitoxin-Aa2a, a long-chain snake α-neurotoxin with potent actions on muscle (α1)<inf>2</inf>βγδ nicotinic receptors, lacks the classical high affinity for neuronal α7 nicotinic receptorsBlacklow, B; Kornhauser, R; Hains, PG; Loiacono, R; Escoubas, P; Graudins, A; Nicholson, GM
2004-04-01Structure and function of δ-atracotoxins: Lethal neurotoxins targeting the voltage-gated sodium channelNicholson, GM; Little, MJ; Birinyi-Strachan, LC
2013-05-15The insecticidal neurotoxin Aps III is an atypical knottin peptide that potently blocks insect voltage-gated sodium channelsBende, NS; Kang, E; Herzig, V; Bosmans, F; Nicholson, GM; Mobli, M; King, GF
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