Trimeresurus


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Trimeresurus

(trim″ĕ-rĕ-soor′ŭs) [L. trimerus, fr Gr. trimerēs, having three parts + Gr. ouros, tail]
A genus of poisonous tropical pit vipers found primarily in East and Southeast Asia.
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Purification and characterization of a thrombin like enzyme elegaxobin II with lysbradykinin releasing activity from the venom of Trimeresurus elegans (Sakishima Habu) Toxicon 41: 559-568.
Aristolochia indica contains the alkaloid aristolochic acid, which has been reported to inactivate Naja naja venom and reduce hemorrhage caused by Trimeresurus flavoviridis and Vipera russellii venoms [139,140].
Conversed with Trimeresurus albolabris TLE protein (Lin et al.
Por otra parte, existen reportes de la presencia de factores presentes en los venenos capaces de causar hemolisis intravascular in vivo, como en el veneno de Trimeresurus flavoviridis, que induce hemolisis por tres mecanismos distintos: lipolisis directa a traves de la actividad [PLA.
horridus horridus (Ownby & Colberg 1990) y asiaticas como Naja naja siamensis, Ophiophagus hannah, Bungarusfasciatus, Vipera russelli, Calloselasma rhodostoma y Trimeresurus albolabris (Chinonavanig et al.
selection of retreat sites by Trimeresurus stejnegeri was related to thermal properties of microhabitat, rather than vegetation or availability of prey (Lin et al.
The anti snake venoms are monovalent and effective against, Callesolasma rhodostoma, Ophiophagus hannah, Bungarus fasciatus, Bungarus candidus, Trimeresurus albolabris, Naja kaouthia and Daboia siamensis.
For instance, species of torrent frogs of the genus Staurois (Harding 1982, Davison 1984) and pit vipers of the genera Trimeresurus and Tropidolaemus (Ananjeva & Orlov 1982, Orlov et al.
The use of amplified fragment length polymorphism in determining species trees at fine taxonomic levels: analysis of a medically important snake, Trimeresurus albolabris.
Sobre Bothrops lansbergii lansbergii (Schlegel 1841); Trimeresurus dunni Hartweg and Olivar 1938; T.