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Sigma KEE - Conotoxin

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conotoxin
A class of neurotoxins that are produced by the Pacific cone snails. The lethality of these toxins varies widely, and it would be impractical to manufacture them on a large scale.
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Parents body substance Extracellular material and mixtures of cells and extracellular material that are produced, excreted or accreted by an Organism. Included here are Substances such as saliva, dental enamel, sweat, hormones, and gastric acid.
  compound substance The Class of Substances that contain two or more elements (ElementalSubstances) in definite proportion by weight. ; Here! Removed extraneous comma. The composition of a pure compound will be invariant, regardless of the method of preparation. Compounds are composed of more than one kind of atom (element). The term molecule is often used for the smallest unit of a compound that still retains all of the properties of the compound. Examples: Table salt (sodium chloride, NaCl), sugar (sucrose, C_{12}H_{22}O_{11}), and water (H_2O).
  toxin BiologicalAgents that are a toxic BiologicallyActiveSubstance produced by an Organism or that are the synthetic analogue of a toxic BiologicallyActiveSubstance produced by an Organism.


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