Myotoxin

Myotoxins are small, basic peptides found in snake venoms, (e.g. rattlesnakes), and lizard venoms (e.g. eastern bearded dragon). This involves a non-enzymatic mechanism that leads to severe muscle necrosis. These peptides act very quickly, causing instantaneous paralysis to prevent prey from escaping and eventually death due to diaphragmactic para...
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myotoxin

<protein> From a family of small basic proteins (42-45 amino acids) in rattlesnake venom. Induce rapid necrosis of muscle. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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myotoxin

A chemical toxin that destroys muscle tissue
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