Venoms produced by the wasp (Vespid) family of stinging insects, including hornets; the venoms contain enzymes, biogenic amines, histamine releasing factors, kinins, toxic polypeptides, etc., and are similar to bee venoms.


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<b>Wasp</b> sting, with droplet of

Wasp sting, with droplet of
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against Hymenoptera <b>venom</b>

against Hymenoptera venom
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<b>Wasp</b> Stinger Can Inject <b>Venom</b>

Wasp Stinger Can Inject Venom
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<b>Wasp Venom</b> - HowStuffWorks

Wasp Venom - HowStuffWorks
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Hymenoptera <b>venoms</b> by some

Hymenoptera venoms by some
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<b>Wasp Venom</b> has previously been

Wasp Venom has previously been
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<b>Wasp</b> and Bee <b>Venom</b> Allergy

Wasp and Bee Venom Allergy
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<b>Wasp</b> sting

Wasp sting
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Symptoms and diagnosis

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