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  • Potential applications of venom peptides as anti-thrombotic agents in arterial & deep-vein thrombosis. [Journal Article]
  • PPProtein Pept Lett 2018 Jun 13
  • Khan S, Gul A, … Awan SB
  • CONCLUSIONS: Ancrod isolated from Malayan pit viper venom can cause reduction in level of blood fibrinogen and has been effectively tried in various ischemic conditions, including stroke. In order to search for novel lead molecules, the emphasis should be on isolation and characterization of pharmacologically active snake venoms proteins affecting blood coagulation and platelet aggregation. In this review an attempt has been made to recapitulates and discuss venoms of different animals and arthropod having anticoagulant peptides for their potential use in therapeutics and diagnostics.
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