Biologists are one step closer to creating snake venom in the lab

Researchers have grown organoids that mimic the venom glands of snakes

milking snake venom

NO FANGS NEEDED  Antidotes to snakebites require milking snakes for their venom, but new work with stem cells may allow researchers to make venom in the lab instead.

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