Fwd: venom-l Invertebrate venoms

José A. Speroni jsperoni at enviroweb.org
Thu Feb 7 08:48:02 EST 2002

I'm forwarding this request from venom-l
May be someone can help.
Best regards

> Date: Fri, 01 Feb 2002 09:58:46 -0500
> From: Margaret Simpson <simpson at sbc.edu>
> To: Venom List <venom-l at icomm.ca>
> Subject: venom-l Invertebrate venoms
> Sender: owner-venom-l at icomm.ca
> Is there anyone out there interested in, or working on marine invertebrate
> venoms? My interest is with annelids, specifically Glycera.. It has been
> suggested that G. dibranchiata venom may resemble black widow spider venom
> in its mode of action. Any input on this would be welcome!
>     ---Margaret Simpson
>         Professor of Biology
>         Sweet Briar College
>         Sweet Briar, VA
>         (434) 381-6190
>         simpson at sbc.edu

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