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Buy Buthus occitanus scorpion venom(1g) for sale online

The venom of Buthus mardochei is used for the production of antivenom immunoglobulins aimed at Northern African countries The venom of Buthus mardochei is known to contain Excitatory neurotoxins and possibly Cardiotoxins. Bom3, Bom4, Boma6a, Boma6b, Boma6c, Boma6d, Boma6e, BomPI (Nav channels inhibitors) are extracted from the venom of Buthus mardocheiPackaging : lyophilized venom sold in vacuum sealed glass vials of 100 mg, 500 mg and 1 g. Price is per Gram The is a 25% DISCOUNT from all orders above the minimum quantity of 2gmMinimum Order Quantity is 2 Gram N.B Certificate of origin available on request at $50.00 per certificate. Liquid forms also available

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Buy Buthus occitanus scorpion venom(1g) for sale online

Scorpion Venom Function:

1. Neurogrowth hormone

It has broad application prospects in nerve molecules, molecular immunity, molecular evolution, protein structure and function.

2. Thrombolytic factor

It has the effect of preventing thrombosis and dissolution of thrombus, and it has certain therapeutic effect on coronary heart disease and myocardial infarction caused by various embolism.

3. Vascular Polypeptide

This can effectively soften the blood vessels and remove the inner wall of the blood vessels and fixtures. Effective prevention and treatment of coronary heart disease, heart failure, myocardial infarction, arteriosclerosis, senile dementia.

4. Anticancer Polypeptide

Anticancer peptides can effectively kill cancer cells.

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Buy Buthus occitanus scorpion venom(1g) for sale online
The venom apparatus of the scorpion Androctonus amoreuxi has been identified histologically and histochemically in the present study. The results showed that this apparatus composed of a pair of venom glands and a stinger located in the terminal segment called telson. The stinger of the venom apparatus has been studied by the light microscope and SEM. The stinger, located at the end section of the telson, is sickle-shaped. The venom is ejected through a pair of venom pores on its subterminal portion. Both venom ducts extend along the stinger without contact with each other since they are separated by connective tissue cells. The stinger is covered by cuticle and spines. Each venom gland is covered by a sheath of striated muscle and is lined with extensively folded secretory epithelium that consists of non-secretory and secretory venom-producing cells. The venom-producing cells reacted positively to histochemical tests for carbohydrates and proteins. The outcomes also revealed that the venom-producing cells of both glands produce neutral mucosubstances. The structure and secretion of scorpion venom glands are discussed within the context of the present results


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