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Scorpion Venom As Antimicrobial Peptides (amps): A Review Article
Author: Shadi Tarazi
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
9 pages
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Type of publication: Article
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Many researches have been conducted on scorpion venom biological characteristics, and its different antimicrobial peptides had been reported in literature since the last decade. Here short overview of all scorpion AMPs with antibacterial activity, their structural determinants, classifiation types and their mode of action, in addition to their resistance mechanism and fially their therapeutics potential.

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