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- plants, this U. manicatus toxin has been named the Wasabi Receptor Toxin or WaTx T****ll, Tamerlan (21 August 2013). "Species Urodacus manicatus". Australian...
- Platycheirus manicatus is a species of hoverfly. It is found across the Palearctic and in Alaska. External images For terms, see: Morphology of Diptera...
- component of the venom of the Australian black rock scorpion Urodacus manicatus. WaTx targets TRPA1, also known as the wasabi receptor or irritant receptor...
- hoplurus Urodacus koolanensis Urodacus lowei Urodacus macrurus Urodacus manicatus Urodacus mckenziei Urodacus megamastigus Urodacus novaehollandiae Urodacus...
- East Africa Stegodyphus manaus Kraus & Kraus, 1992 – Brazil Stegodyphus manicatus Simon, 1876 – North, West Africa Stegodyphus mimosarum Pavesi, 1883 –...
- & Tishechkin, 2008 Hippeutister castaneus (Lewis, 1891) Hippeutister manicatus (Lewis, 1891) Hippeutister plaumanni Reichensperger, 1936 Hippeutister...
- Ergasilus longim**** Ergasilus luciopercarum Henderson, 1926 Ergasilus manicatus C. B. Wilson, 1911 Ergasilus megaceros C. B. Wilson, 1916 Ergasilus mugilis...
- 1845) P. latitarsis Vockeroth, 1986 P. luteipennis (Curran, 1925) P. manicatus (Meigen, 1822) P. melanopsis Loew, 1856 P. modestus Ide, 1926 P. monticola...
- wasabi receptor toxin from the Australian black rock scorpion (Urodacus manicatus) was discovered; it was shown to bind TRPA1 non-covalently in the same...
- Platycheirus latus Platycheirus lundbecki Platycheirus luteipennis Platycheirus manicatus Platycheirus modestus Platycheirus nearcticus Platycheirus nielseni Platycheirus...
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