For Mexican Antivenom Maker, U.S. Market Is a Snake Pit

Lizzie is Science's Latin America correspondent, based in Mexico City.

The U.S. International Trade Commission is investigating a complaint against a Mexican firm and its affiliates hoping to sell in the United States antivenom preparations against bites from rattlesnakes and other pit vipers.

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