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Peptide in funnel-web spider venom slows death of neurons in rats after stroke, study shows

The Age Tuesday, 21 March 2017 ()
Peptide in funnel-web spider venom slows death of neurons in rats after stroke, study showsFunnel-web spider venom could one day be used to save the lives of stroke patients, new research shows.
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Fungal spider venom has been tested and proven effective in preventing symptoms of a stroke.

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