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image shows a diagram titled "A brief History of Antivenom" In 1985, Albert Calmette Produced an antivenom for cobra venom. in 1898, Frank Tidswell Experimented in active immunisation using tiger snake venom. in 1900, CHarles Martin Made several important advances relating to venoms. in 1901. Frank Tidswell created Australia's first experimental antivenom. in 1930, The first
tiger snake antivenom was available commercially. in 1970, An antivenom for the box jellyfish was used successfully. in 1981, An antivenom for the funnel web spider was used successfully. Today, Commonwealth Serum Laboratories (CSL) continues as the only producer of human antivenoms in Australia.