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Bee toxin

Bee toxin

The toxin delivered by a bee sting; contains three active principles: biogenic amines, active peptides, and certain hydrolytic enzymes.


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Re: What is this insect I found?

... these bugs. Their rostrum can inject a powerful tissue dissolving toxin, quite painful from what I can gather and if you happen to be allergic to bee stings, it can produce the same reaction thereof. In some species, they can release a ...

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Wed Jun 25, 2008 2:10 am
 
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