[Coral-List] marine toxin puts mice to sleep

Douglas Fenner douglasfennertassi at gmail.com
Tue Jul 28 16:12:29 EDT 2015

A Cone shell venom toxin, one of 14 new ones found from one snail species,
puts mice to sleep.


Open-access.  Includes a link to a correction which contains a link to the
original article.  The original article is not open-access, but see the
link to email the author.

Cheers,  Doug

Douglas Fenner
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