Preface
In Memoriam
The phylum Cnidaria and investigations of its toxins and venoms until 1990
Cnidocyst structure and the biomechanics of discharge
The regulation of cnidocyte discharge
Structural diversity, systematics, and evolution of cnidae
Acquisition and use of nematocysts by cnidarian predators
Chemical biology of the mutualistic relationships of sea anemones with fish and crustaceans
Structures of sea anemone toxins
Sea anemone toxins affecting voltage-gated sodium channels – molecular and evolutionary features
Actions of sea anemone type 1 neurotoxins on voltage-gated sodium channel isoforms
Novel peptide toxins recently isolated from sea anemones
Discovery and characterization of cnidarian peptide toxins that affect neuronal potassium ion channels ☆
Molecular mechanism of pore formation by actinoporins
Sticholysins, two pore-forming toxins produced by the Caribbean Sea anemone Stichodactyla helianthus
A hydra with many heads
Biochemical and molecular characterisation of cubozoan protein toxins
Actions of octocoral and tobacco cembranoids on nicotinic receptors
Palytoxin ☆
In vivo effects of cnidarian toxins and venoms
Treatment of Atlantic cnidarian envenomations
Sea anemone cytolysins as toxic components of immunotoxins