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(Lachesis muta)
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  • Clinical implications of coagulotoxic variations in Mamushi (Viperidae: Gloydius) snake venoms. [Journal Article]
    Comp Biochem Physiol C Toxicol Pharmacol 2019; 225:108567Debono J, Bos MHA, … Fry BG
  • Snake bite is currently one of the most neglected tropical diseases affecting much of the developing world. Asian pit vipers are responsible for a considerable amount of envenomations annually and bites can cause a multitude of clinical complications resulting from coagulopathic and neuropathic effects. While intense research has been undertaken for some species of Asian pit viper, functional coa…
  • Jabuticaba (Plinia jaboticaba) skin extracts as inhibitors of phospholipases A2 and proteases. [Journal Article]
    An Acad Bras Cienc 2019; 91(2):e20180248Marques TR, Braga MA, … Corrêa AD
  • The phenolic extracts of jabuticaba skin flour (JSF) were characterized by HPLC, and evaluated for their modulating action upon phospholipases A2 and proteases of snake venom, aiming at their possible use in the treatment of the various diseases associated with the action of venom toxins. Two types of extracts were prepared from JSF: aqueous and methanolic. These extracts, evaluated at different …
  • First Case Report of an Unusual Echis genus (Squamata: Ophidia: Viperidae) Body Pattern Design in Iran. [Journal Article]
    Arch Razi Inst 2019; 74(2):197-202Navidpour S, Salemi A, Zare Mirakabadi A
  • Three families of venomous snakes exist in Iran including Viperidae, Elapidae, and Hydrophidae. Viperidae family is the only family with a widespread distribution. Saw-scaled vipers are important poisonous snakes in Asia and Africa. This name is given to this snake due to the presence of obliquely keeled and serrated lateral body scales. Distribution of this genera is mostly reported in the centr…
  • Acute cerebral infarction following a Trimeresurus stejnegeri snakebite: A case report. [Case Reports]
    Medicine (Baltimore) 2019; 98(23):e15684Zeng X, Hu J, … Fu Y
  • CONCLUSIONS: The patient was diagnosed with acute ischemic infarct interrelated to snake bite; further investigations were needed to ascertain mechanism. The clinicians should pay more attention to identify potential victims of neurologic complications, to reduce the mortality rate of snake bite.
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