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Volume: 67 Issue: 3

1. Animal toxins: From molecules to physiology perspectives. Page:237—238
2. Anti-metastasis of celastrol on esophageal cancer cells and its mechanism. Page:341—347
3. Role of renal sympathetic nerve and oxidative stress in foot shock-induced hypertension in rats. Page:335—340
4. Isoliquiritigenin relaxes the cerebral basilar artery by enhancing BKCa current in spontaneously hypertensive rat: role of sGC/cGMP. Page:329—334
5. The role of the TLR4/NF-κB signaling pathway in Aβ accumulation in primary hippocampal neurons. Page:319—328
6. The expression of the sperm-specific lactate dehydrogenase gene Ldh-c in plateau pika (Ochotona curzoniae) cardiac muscle and its effect on the anaerobic glycolysis. Page:312—318
7. AcMNPV-mediated expression of BmK IT promotes the apoptosis of Sf9 cells and replication of AcMNPV. Page:305—311
8. Characterization of Am IT, an anti-insect β-toxin isolated from the venom of scorpion Androctonus mauretanicus. Page:295—304
9. Spinal 5-HT3AR contributes to BmK I-induced inflammatory pain in rats. Page:283—294
10. Lipid bilayer modification alters the gating properties and pharmacological sensitivity of voltage-gated sodium channel. Page:271—282
11. Venoms, toxins and derivatives from the Brazilian fauna: valuable sources for drug discovery. Page:261—270
12. Unique interactions between scorpion toxins and small conductance Ca(2+)-activated potassium channels. Page:255—260
13. Shal-type (Kv4.x) potassium channel pore blockers from scorpion venoms. Page:248—254
14. Origin of neurotoxins from defensins. Page:239—247