Available Venoms

Species available across a variety of taxa

Crude venoms

Purified venoms

Fractionated venoms


Invertebrate Venoms by Species

Theraphosid, araneomorph and other spiders.

Dominated by small peptide ligands and polyamines, these venoms signal though a variety of receptors such as GPCR’s, Ion Channels and Kinases.

Buthid and non-buthid scorpions.

The peptides in these venoms have a wide range of activities principally on ion channels such as K+, Ca2+ , Na+ and Cl-

Our other venomous and poisonous invertebrates cover an enormous diversity from Myriapoda and Coleoptera, through to Hymenoptera and Cnidaria. Thus there is a wide range of tools available practically for any target.

Vertebrate Venoms by Species

Cobras, mambas, taipans. etc.

These peptide rich venoms contain three finger toxins that bind specifically to ion channels, but also GPCR’s and other receptors.


Vipers, pit vipers, rattlesnakes etc.

Along with a diverse range of enzymes, viper venoms also contain cell penetrating peptides and antimicrobial compounds. This is the largest group of animals delivering venom derived drugs.

All other venomous/poisonous vertebrate groups

Other venomous vertebrates such as lizards have already delivered a block buster type II diabetes drug and many more such compounds are likely.

Targeted Venom Arrays

Ion Channels

New approaches to ion-channel pathways


Our peptides are unlocking GPCR targets in many applications


Our peptides are providing solutions for research into Kinases


Effective solutions for hard-to-hit epigenetic targets

Antimicrobial Resistance

Our peptides are natural solutions for modulating resistant entities and controlling pests

S100 Proteins

We are hitting S100 targets

Venom Resources

Papers & Posters

Helpful Publications from our Team, our Partners and key Industry sources

News & Events

Up-to-date events and news items about the species, the science and our Team

People & Partners

Find out more about our core and extended team, get in touch, collaborate!