|Description||Brevetoxin B is a polyketide neurotoxin produced by Karenia species and other dinoflagellates. It binds to site 5 on the alpha subunit of voltage-gated sodium channels on neurons at the neuromuscular junction, causing the channel to open irreversibly at potentials more negative than normal, discharging action potentials repetitively. Brevetoxin B is ichthyotoxic at nanomolar concentrations and is responsible for an illness described as neurotoxic shellfish poisoning.|
|Solubility||Water and saline buffer|
|Storage||Stable in freeze-dried state; keep in dark and cold place; in solution, keep at -20 °C.|
A terpenoid complex ester , from plants of the Umbelliferae family, a substance presenting an estrogenic activity.
Steroidal Alkaloid from Convolvulus krauseanus
Iron carrier Synthetic
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