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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New approaches and technologies of venomics to meet the challenge of human envenoming by snakebites in India.
Tan, "Venomics of the beaked sea snake, Hydrophis schistosus: A minimalist toxin arsenal and its cross-neutralization by heterologous antivenoms," Journal of Proteomics, vol.
Lomonte, "A bright future for integrative venomics," Toxicon, vol.
Sunagar et al., "Deep venomics of the Pseudonaja genus reveals inter- and intra-specific variation," Journal of Proteomics, vol.
Perez et al., "Snake population venomics and antivenomics of Bothrops atrox: paedomorphism along its transamazonian dispersal and implications of geographic venom variability on snakebite management," Journal of Proteomics, vol.
Sanz et al., "Venomous snakes of Costa Rica: Biological and medical implications of their venom proteomic profiles analyzed through the strategy of snake venomics," Journal of Proteomics, vol.
Calvete, "Top-down venomics of the East African green mamba, Dendroaspis angusticeps, and the black mamba, Dendroaspis polylepis, highlight the complexity of their toxin arsenals," Journal of Proteomics, vol.
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