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     <title>ShK toxin: history, structure and therapeutic applications for autoimmune diseases</title>
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     <surname>Chang</surname><given_name>Shih Chieh</given_name>
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     <surname>Bajaj</surname><given_name>Saumya</given_name>
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Stichodactyla toxin (ShK) is a 35-residue basic peptide from the sea anemone ''Stichodactyla helianthus'' that blocks a number of potassium channels. An analogue of ShK called ShK-186 or Dalazatide is in human trials as a therapeutic for autoimmune diseases.
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