Effect of Bee Venom on Concentration of Blood Glucose and Liver Glycogen in Rabbits

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COBRA venom and scorpion toxin are known to cause hyperglycæmia1 whereas the Walterinnesia venum produces hypoglycæmia.

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MOHAMED, A., ZAKI, K. Effect of Bee Venom on Concentration of Blood Glucose and Liver Glycogen in Rabbits. Nature 191, 605–606 (1961). https://doi.org/10.1038/191605a0

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