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Histamine in Animal Venoms

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  • 64570_88_88 Animalia > Lycosidae

    Lycosa erythrognatha

    References:
    Fischer F. G., Bohn H. (1957). Die Giftsekrete der brasilianishen Tarantel Lycosa erythrognatha und der Wanderspinne Phoneteuria fera. Hoppe-Seylers Zeitschrift für physiologische Chemie. 306:265-268.
    Rash L.D., King L.D., Hodgson W.C. (1998). Evidence that histamine is the principal pharmacological component of venom from an Australian wolf spider (Lycosa gode€ffroyi). Toxicon 36:367-375.
  • 56163_88_88 Animalia > Lycosidae

    Lycosa godeffroyi

    References:
    Rash L.D., King L.D., Hodgson W.C. (1998). Evidence that histamine is the principal pharmacological component of venom from an Australian wolf spider (Lycosa gode€ffroyi). Toxicon 36:367-375.
  • cellular organisms > Buthidae

    Tityus serrulatus

    Brazilian Scorpion

    References:
    Nascimento E.B. Jr, Costa K.A., Bertollo C.M., Oliveira A.C., Rocha L.T., Souza A.L., Glória M.B., Moraes-Santos T., Coelho M.M. (2005). Pharmacological investigation of nociceptive response and edema induced by scorpion Tityus serrulatus. Toxicon 45: 585-93.
  • 41109_88_88 Animalia > Vespidae

    Vespa crabro

    European Hornet

    References:
    Bhoola K.D., Calle J.D., Schachter M. (1961) Identification of acetylcholine, 5-hydroxy-tryptamine, histamine, and a new kinin in hornet venom (V. crabro). J Physiol. 159:167–182.
  • 78643_88_88 Animalia > Vespidae

    Vespula vulgaris

    Common Wasp

    References:
    Jaques R., Schachter M. (1954). The presence of histamine, 5-hydroxytryptamine and a potent, slow contracting substance in wasp venom. Brit. J. Pharmacol. 9:53-58