Snake Venom Gland Organoids Produce Functional Toxins
Snake Venom Gland Organoids Produce Functional Toxins
Stem cells from nine snake species respond to tissue culturing techniques previously used only on mouse and human stem cells.
Snake Venom Gland Organoids Produce Functional Toxins
Snake Venom Gland Organoids Produce Functional Toxins

Stem cells from nine snake species respond to tissue culturing techniques previously used only on mouse and human stem cells.

Stem cells from nine snake species respond to tissue culturing techniques previously used only on mouse and human stem cells.

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Caught on Camera
Caught on Camera
The Scientist Staff | Dec 31, 2017
Selected Images of the Day from the-scientist.com
Animal Analgesics
Animal Analgesics
The Scientist Staff | Dec 31, 2017
A cornucopia of toxins in the animal kingdom could provide inspiration for novel painkillers, but so far, effective drugs have proven elusive.
 
Snake Venoms Cause and Block Pain
Snake Venoms Cause and Block Pain
Kerry Grens | Dec 31, 2017
Painful snake bites may hold clues to developing analgesic drugs.
Image of the Day: Overkill
Image of the Day: Overkill
The Scientist Staff, The Scientist Staff | Oct 6, 2017
The Sakishima habu (pitviper; Protobothrops elegans) can compensate for inept traits in the chemical composition of its venom by overdosing its prey.