Quantitative characterization of cantharidin in the false blister beetle, Oedemera podagrariae ventralis, of the southern slopes of Mount Elborz, Iran. (57/89)

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Non-ionic surfactant vesicles simultaneously enhance antitumor activity and reduce the toxicity of cantharidin. (58/89)

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Cantharidin and norcantharidin inhibit the ability of MCF-7 cells to adhere to platelets via protein kinase C pathway-dependent downregulation of alpha2 integrin. (59/89)

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A novel small molecule methyltransferase is important for virulence in Candida albicans. (60/89)

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Molecular cloning and characterization of the calcineurin subunit A from Plutella xylostella. (61/89)

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Cantharidin toxicosis in 2 alpacas. (62/89)

Two adult alpacas were presented for recumbency and reluctance to rise. Cantharidin toxicosis was suspected based on clinical and ancillary diagnostic findings. The diagnosis was confirmed by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry of gastric contents and urine. Despite medical treatment, neither alpaca survived. Blister beetle toxicosis has not been previously described in camelids. Challenges in treatment of affected ruminants or pseudoruminants are noted.  (+info)

Molecular and biochemical characterization of the effects of insecticidal toxin from Meloidae beetles on Helicoverpa armigera (Hub.) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). (63/89)

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Identification and biochemical characterization of protein phosphatase 5 from the cantharidin-producing blister beetle, Epicauta chinensis. (64/89)

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