Researchers use NMR spectroscopy to study spider venom

The venom from the brown recluse spider was found to contain sulphated nucleosides, messenger chemicals and enzymes that could be used to develop new treatments for arthritis and erectile dysfunction, researchers said. Researchers used a combination of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and mass spectrometry to identify these previously undetected compounds.

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