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metalloproteinases in cell biology: Effects on platelets, inflammatory and endothelial cells," Current Pharmaceutical Design, vol.
Structural and functional characterization of neuwiedase, a non-hemorrhagic fibrin(ogen) olytic metalloprotease from Bothrops neuwiedi snake venom
are complex mixtures of proteins and peptides possessing a variety of biological activities .
are also variable in their toxic, biochemical and pharmacological characteristics based on their geographic location (Shashidharamurthy et al.
pharmacological characteristics are well studied to become a novel medicine to human wealth.
List of maximum protection posed by various plant extracts at the most effective concentration to mask alkaline phosphatase activity in 0.4 mg/0.1ml of snake venom
A glycoprotein from a folk medicinal plant, Withania somnifera, inhibits hyaluronidase activity of snake venoms
[PLA.sub.2] exhibits a wide variety of pharmacological effects and is involved in the envenomation pathophysiology, presenting myotoxic and neurotoxic activities .
phospholipase A2s (Asp49 and Lys49) induce mechanical allodynia upon perisciatic administration: involvement of spinal cord glia, proinflammatory cytokines and nitric oxide.
The enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay detected 13 ng/ml of tiger snake venom
in serum prior to antivenom.
The researchers believe that the that the deadly snake venom
does have the potential to save life and this needs to be researched.
He explained that an essential approach to tackling snakebite was to prevent or neutralise snake venom
on its arrival at the human and animal tissue or blood that required a prophylactic agent or vaccine.