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  • Molecular evidence for the first records of facultative parthenogenesis in elapid snakes. [Journal Article]
    R Soc Open Sci 2018; 5(2):171901Allen L, Sanders KL, Thomson VA
  • Parthenogenesis is a form of asexual reproduction by which embryos develop from unfertilized eggs. Parthenogenesis occurs in reptiles; however, it is not yet known to occur in the widespread elapid snakes (Elapidae), which include well-known taxa such as cobras, mambas, taipans and sea snakes. Here, we describe the production of viable parthenogens in two species of Australo-Papuan elapids with d…
  • Antivenom for Neuromuscular Paralysis Resulting From Snake Envenoming. [Review]
    Toxins (Basel) 2017; 9(4)Silva A, Hodgson WC, Isbister GK
  • Antivenom therapy is currently the standard practice for treating neuromuscular dysfunction in snake envenoming. We reviewed the clinical and experimental evidence-base for the efficacy and effectiveness of antivenom in snakebite neurotoxicity. The main site of snake neurotoxins is the neuromuscular junction, and the majority are either: (1) pre-synaptic neurotoxins irreversibly damaging the pres…
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