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Does size matter? Venom proteomic and functional comparison between night adder species (Viperidae: Causus) with short and long venom glands
Effects of Heme Modulation on Ovophis and TrimeresurusVenom Activity in Human Plasma
Carbon monoxide inhibits hemotoxic activity of Elapidae venoms:
Factor X activating Atractaspis snake venoms and the relative coagulotoxicity neutralising efficacy of African antivenoms
Differential heme-mediated modulation of Deinagkistrodon, Dispholidus, Protobothrops
and Pseudonaja hemotoxic venom activity in human plasma.
Differential procoagulant effects of saw-scaled viper (Serpentes: Viperidae: Echis) snake venoms on human plasma and the narrow taxonomic ranges of antivenom efficacies
Habu coagulotoxicity: Clinical implications of the functional diversification of Protobothrops snake venoms upon blood clotting factors
The Snake with the Scorpion’s Sting: Novel Three-Finger Toxin Sodium Channel Activators from the Venom of the Long-Glanded Blue Coral Snake (Calliophis bivirgatus).
Role of heme modulation in inhibition of Atheris, Atractaspis, Causus,
Cerastes, Echis, and Macrovipera hemotoxic venom activity
Experimental Snakebite Treatment
Nathaniel Frank, MToxins C.E.O. and the rest of the team, has been part of some of the largest venom studies to date.
The MToxins customer base is on the cutting edge of research in multiple venom research segments, from overall evolutionary, to experimental snakebite treatment. MToxins clients span the wide scope across several scientific disciplines.
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De Novo Assessment and Review of Pan-American Pit Viper Anticoagulant and Procoagulant Venom Activities via Kinetomic Analyses
The kallikrein‑like activity ofHeloderma venom is inhibited by carbon