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2012-01-01Cloning and activity of a novel α-latrotoxin from red-back spider venomGraudins, A; Little, MJ; Pineda, SS; Hains, PG; King, GF; Broady, KW; Nicholson, GM
2001-01Discovery and Structure of a Potent and highly Specific Blocker of Insect Calcium ChannelsWang, X; Connor, M; Wilson, D; Wilson, HI; Nicholson, GM; Smith, R; Shaw, D; Mackay, J; Alewood, PF; Christie, M; King, GF
2009-11-23Direct visualization of disulfide bonds through diselenide proxies using<sup>77</sup>Se NMR spectroscopyMobli, M; De Araújo, AD; Lambert, LK; Pierens, GK; Windley, MJ; Nicholson, GM; Alewood, PF; King, GF
2013-03-07Unravelling the complex venom landscapes of lethal Australian funnel-web spiders (Hexathelidae: Atracinae) using LC-MALDI-TOF mass spectrometryPalagi, A; Koh, JMS; Leblanc, M; Wilson, D; Dutertre, S; King, GF; Nicholson, GM; Escoubas, P
2006-12-01Spider Venom PeptidesNicholson, GM
2008-08-01The Janus-faced atracotoxins are specific blockers of invertebrate K <inf>Ca</inf> channelsGunning, SJ; Maggio, F; Windley, MJ; Valenzuela, SM; King, GF; Nicholson, GM
2005-04-15Block of voltage-gated potassium channels by Pacific ciguatoxin-1 contributes to increased neuronal excitability in rat sensory neuronsBirinyi-Strachan, LC; Gunning, SJ; Lewis, RJ; Nicholson, GM
2007-06-01CSTX-1, a toxin from the venom of the hunting spider Cupiennius salei, is a selective blocker of L-type calcium channels in mammalian neuronsKubista, H; Mafra, RA; Chong, Y; Nicholson, GM; Beirão, PSL; Cruz, JS; Boehm, S; Nentwig, W; Kuhn-Nentwig, L
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
2006-04-01Ciguatoxins: Cyclic polyether modulators of voltage-gated ion channel functionNicholson, GM; Lewis, RJ
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