cobrotoxin

co·bro·tox·in

(kō'brō-tok'sin),
A polypeptide of 62 aminoacyl residues; action on cells is similar to that of melittin in that it promotes disruption of membranes; used as an investigational antirheumatic agent.
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Cobra venom contains a post synaptic a neurotoxins called as cobrotoxin which consist of 60-62 or 66-74 amino acids.
NNAV contains cobra venom factor (CVF), cardiotoxin (CTX), cobratoxin (or cobrotoxin), phospholipases A2 (PLA2), and many other components.
Yang, "Sequence comparison and computer modelling of cardiotoxins and cobrotoxin isolated from Taiwan cobra," Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, vol.