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  • Herzig, Volker; Wood, David; Newell, Felicity; Chaumeil, Pierre-Alain; Kaas, Quentin; Binford, Greta; Nicholson, Graham; Gorse, Dominique; King, Glenn (Oxford Univ Press United Kingdom, 2011)
    ArachnoServer (www.arachnoserver.org) is a manually curated database providing information on the sequence, structure and biological activity of protein toxins from spider venoms. These proteins are of interest to a wide ...
  • De Araujo, Aline; Herzig, Volker; Windley, Monique; Dziemborowicz, Slawomir; Mobli, Mehdi; Nicholson, Graham; Alewood, Paul; King, Glenn (Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., 2013)
    Vicinal disulfide bridges, in which a disulfide bond is formed between adjacent cysteine residues, constitute an unusual but expanding class of potential allosteric disulfides. Although vicinal disulfide rings (VDRs) are ...
  • Bende, Niraj; Kang, Eun; Herzig, Volker; Bosmans, Frank; Nicholson, Graham; Mobli, Mehdi; King, Glenn (Elsevier, 2013)
    One of the most potent insecticidal venom peptides described to date is Aps III from the venom of the trapdoor spider Apomastus schlingeri. Aps III is highly neurotoxic to lepidopteran crop pests, making it a promising ...
  • Herzig, Volker; Khalife, Ali; Chong, Youmie; Isbister, Geoffrey; Currie, Bart; Churchill, Tracey; Horner, Suzanne; Escoubas, Pierre; Nicholson, Graham; Hodgson, Wayne (Pergamon, 2008)
    Venoms of both sexes of Australian Northern (Missulena pruinosa) and Eastern (Missulena bradleyi) mouse spiders were studied in order to determine intersexual variations in venom yield, composition and bioactivity. Females ...
  • Windley, Monique; Herzig, Volker; Dziemborowicz, Slawomir; Hardy, Margaret; King, Glenn; Nicholson, Graham (MDPI Publishing, 2012)
    Over 10,000 arthropod species are currently considered to be pest organisms. They are estimated to contribute to the destruction of ~14% of the world's annual crop production and transmit many pathogens. Presently, arthropod ...
  • Klint, Julie; Senff, Sebastian; Rupasinghe, Darshani; Er, Sing; Herzig, Volker; Nicholson, Graham; King, Glenn (Elsevier, 2012)
    Despite the in vivo lethality of venom, neurotoxicity has not previously been considered a significant complication of envenoming by the Australian pygmy copperhead (Austrelaps labialis). However, recent evidence has emerged ...