Dendroaspis


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Dendroaspis

/Den·dro·as·pis/ (den″dro-as´pis) a genus of extremely venomous African snakes of the family Elapidae, related to cobras but lacking a dilatable hood. D. angus´ticeps is the green mamba and D. polyle´pis is the black mamba.

Dendroaspis

see mamba.
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Smith, 1849 -- 1 Elapidae * Naja nigricollis Reinhardt, 1843 Dendroaspis angusticeps (A.
The dominant species are either aquatic or terrestrial, with the exception of Boiga blandingi and Dendroaspis viridis that can be both arboreal and terrestrial, and C.
This may partly explain why larger natriuretic peptides (NPs) such as dendroaspis NP (DNP), cenderitide [CD-NP (a 37-AA designer NP consisting of the mature 22-AA form of native human C type NP fused with the 15-AA C- terminus of dendroaspis NP)], and mutant atrial NP (MANP) are poor substrates for NEP (4-6).