bungarotoxins

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bun·gar·o·tox·ins

(bung'gă-rō-tok'sinz),
Constituent proteins of the venom of the southern Asian banded krait Bungarus multicinctus, a snake of the Elapidae family. Used as pharmacologic tools in studying neuromuscular function.
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