Bothrops


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Bothrops

(bō′throps″) [Gr. bothros, pit, hole + Gr. ōps, face, eye]
A genus of venomous pit vipers found mostly in the Central and South American tropics. It includes the fer-de-lance, one of the deadliest snakes known.
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Natural history of the terciopelo Bothrops asper (Serpentes: Viperidae) in Costa Rica.
Se han aislado y caracterizado parcialmente varias metaloproteinasas hemorragicas del veneno de Bothrops asper, la principal serpiente venenosa en la region centroamericana.
2002) reviewed the feeding habits of 22 species of Bothrops and found 32 prey items in the digestive tracts of their B.
Structural and functional characterization of neuwiedase, a non-hemorrhagic fibrin(ogen) olytic metalloprotease from Bothrops neuwiedi snake venom.
El objetivo de este estudio fue caracterizar toxinologicamente el veneno de Bothrops colombiensis de Paracotos (Edo.
Macedo-Bernarde LC, Bernarde PS (2003) Bothrops atrox (Common lancehead).
Larvas de Rhabdias spp se hallaron en 40% de muestras de Bothrops atrox; hallazgo que ratifica el reporte de Tantalean y Gozalo (1985) en B.
Study of the design and analytical properties of the lethality neutralization assay used to estimate antivenom potency against Bothrops asper snake venom.
Counteraction of Bothrops snake venoms by Combretum leprosum root extract and arjunolic acid has been reported [25].