venomics

venomics

(vĕ-nŏm′ĭks) [ ven(om) + -omics, an informal neologic suffix denoting a field in biology]
The scientific analysis of animal venoms.
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The venomics of Bothrops alternatus is a pool of acidic proteins with predominant hemorrhagic and coagulopathic activities.
New approaches & technologies of venomics to meet the challenge of human envenoming by snakebites in India.
Snake venomics and antivenomics: Proteomic tools in the design and control of antivenoms for the treatment of snakebite envenoming.
Snake venomics and antivenomics of Bothrops colombiensis, a medically important pitviper of the Bothrops atrox-asper complex endemic to Venezuela: Contributing to its taxonomy and snakebite management.
Snake venomics of the lancehead pit viper Bothrops asper.
The company's preclinical and clinical pipeline includes other technologies in the fields of pain management, neurodegenerative disease and venomics.
To unlock the molecular secrets of venom, Fry and other researchers have pioneered a burgeoning field called venomics.
Read about the cone snail venomics CONCO project at www.
Snake venomics and antivenomic of Bothrops colombiensis, a medically important pitviper of the Bothrops atrox-asper complex endemic to Venezuela: contributing to its taxonomy and snakebite management.
Nuokang), a Chinese biopharmaceutical company based in Shenyang, China, to develop and commercialise QRxPharma's venomics assets for the Chinese market.
Previously, we have successfully constructed a cDNA library of GSS venomic gland (GSSG) using switching mechanism at 5' end of RNA transcript (SMART) technique (Guo et al.