Bee Venom Research

Apitherapy

on Sunday, 21 April 2013. Posted in Bee Venom Research

Apitherapy involves the therapeutic use of honeybee products, including bee pollen, honey, propolis, royal jelly, beeswax...

Bee venom destroys cancer cells in tests on mice

on Sunday, 21 April 2013. Posted in Bee Venom Research

Hannah Devlin

Bee venom can be engineered to target tumors and could prove an effective future treatment for cancer,...

Medicinal Uses of Bee Venom

on Sunday, 21 April 2013. Posted in Bee Venom Research

by Rick Alan

Most people associate bees with honey or pollen. But another bee product—bee venom—may be valuable in treating certain illnesses...

Nanotechnology Kills Cancer Cells With Bee Venom

on Sunday, 21 April 2013. Posted in Bee Venom Research

Cancer Research Using Biomedical Nanotech Promises Hope of a Cure © Victoria Anisman-Reiner

New cancer research using bee venom and medical nanotechnology has been successful in targeting and killing tumor cells,...

Bee Venom

on Sunday, 21 April 2013. Posted in Bee Venom Research

Bee venom therapy is a specific treatment that been use for patients with arthritis...

Bee Venom Therapy

on Sunday, 21 April 2013. Posted in Bee Venom Research

It is administered in private homes by unlicensed practitioners. It is not prescribed by a doctor, yet it is used like any other drug,...

Molecularly targeted nanocarriers deliver the cytolytic peptide melittin specifically to tumor cells in mice, reducing tumor growth

on Sunday, 21 April 2013. Posted in Bee Venom Research

Neelesh R. Soman , Steven L. Baldwin , Grace Hu , Jon N. Marsh , Gregory M. Lanza , John E. Heuser , Jeffrey M. Arbeit , Samuel A. Wickline and Paul H. Schlesinger

The in vivo application of cytolytic peptides for cancer therapeutics is hampered by toxicity, nonspecificity, and degradation...

What is Bee Venom?

on Sunday, 21 April 2013. Posted in Bee Venom Research

Bee venom is a complex composition of enzymes, proteins and amino acids. It is a colorless clear liquid,...