Reactions Science Videos | November 06, 2019
Don’t let their cuteness fool you--these animals are not to be messed with. This week on Reactions we break down the chemistry behind what makes these adorable critters deadly.
Slow loris is a venomous animal
Slow loris toxin
Biochemistry, ecology and evolution of slow loris venom
Anaphylactic shock following the bite of a wild Kayan slow loris
Box jelly transcriptome
Box jelly biochemistry
New box jelly venom antidote
Box jelly venom is hemolytic
Blue ringed octopus toxicity
Venom evolution and identification in the platypus
C-type natriuretic peptide
Dose and time dependence of box jellyfish antivenom
Tetrodotoxin for pain
Tetrodotoxin clinical trial
Tetrodotoxin levels in pufferfish (Lagocephalus sceleratus) caught in the Northeastern Mediterranean Sea.
Slow loris parasite
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