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Taicatoxin (TCX) is a snake toxin that blocks voltage-dependent
L-type calcium channels and small conductance Ca2+-activated K+
channels. The name taicatoxin (TAIpan + CAlcium + TOXIN) is derived
from its natural source, the taipan snake, the site of its action,
calcium channels, and from its function as a toxin. Taicatoxin was
isolated from the venom of Australian taipan snake, Oxyuranus
scutellatus scutellatus. TCX is a secreted protein, produced in the
venom gland of the snake.
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