Wasp Venom Rips Holes in Cancer Cells

The venom of an aggressive Brazilian wasp, polybia paulista, has been discovered to punch holes in bacteria and cancer cells, causing them to ‘leak’ to death and leaving the red blood cells unharmed. Scientists, however, are still trying to understand why the venom has this effect.

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