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Saxitoxin, the poison produced by "red tide" algae. It blocks sodium ion channels in nerve cells.
It blocks sodium ion channels in nerve cells.
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Tetrodotoxin, the poison in the Japanese puffer fish, which is prized by gourmets. It has the same mode of action as saxitoxin.
It has the same mode of action as saxitoxin.
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