Vipera


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Vipera

/Vi·pera/ (vi´per-ah) a genus of venomous snakes of the family Viperidae. V. ammody´tes is the sand viper; V. be´rus is the adder or European viper; and V. rus´selli is Russell's viper.
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Interaction of aristolochic acid with Vipera russelli phospholipase A2: its effect on enzymatic & pathological activities.
alternatus (12) es capaz de desencadenar la apoptosis de celulas normales (7) o cancerigenas como en el caso de una toxina aislada de Vipera lebetina turanica (24) o bien de exhibir actividad citotoxica sobre una amplia gama de bacterias (Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Listeria monocytogenes), como una PL[A.
Vipera berus ydi'r enw gwyddonol ar y wiber, a common European viper neu common European adder ydi'r enw arni hi yn Saesneg.
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Es posible que para la confeccion de una parte de estos venenos fuera usado el veneno de vibora (especialmente Vipera prester L), asi como el de ciertas plantas toxicas como el beleno, el estramonio, la mandragora y la belladona, usandose como antidotos la genziana y el eupatorio (98).
horridus horridus (Ownby & Colberg 1990) y asiaticas como Naja naja siamensis, Ophiophagus hannah, Bungarusfasciatus, Vipera russelli, Calloselasma rhodostoma y Trimeresurus albolabris (Chinonavanig et al.
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The European adder, Vipera berus, is the only venomous snake native to the UK.
Venoms of Bungarus caeruleus (BCV), Naja naja (NNV), Vipera russelli (VRV) and Naja kaouthia (NKV) at sub-lethal doses significantly reduced ehrlich ascite carcinoma (EAC) cell count {in vivo) both after 3-days pre-treatment and after 10 days post-treatment.
2006); as well as significant effect on antagonizing the Vipera russellii and Naja kaouthia venom induced lethal activity in both in vitro and in vivo studies (Alam and Gomes, 2003).