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International Journal of Medicine and Biomedical Research
venoms of a variety of animal species (i.e. scorpions, snakes, spiders, sea anemones, marine cone snails, worms, and insects) are rich sources of bioactive compounds that possess obvious pharmacological, therapeutic and/or biotechnological values. A majority of these compounds are peptides that mainly target enzymes, membrane receptors or ion channels. Aim: In recent years, much efforts of researchers have been focused on characterizing and 'improving' the pharmacological profile of some venomdoi:10.14194/ijmbr.122 fatcat:wvnvstl6pvhttlv2tl4ceemfj4