dracotoxin

dracotoxin

(drā′kō-tŏk-sĭn) [Gr. Draco, an ancient Athenian who promulgated laws, + toxikon, poison]
A 105-kilodalton protein isolated from the glands of the weever fish, a common bottom-dwelling poisonous fish. The protein destroys blood cells and is damaging to nerves.