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DIE PRIMARSTRUKTUR DES CROTAMINS = LA STRUCTURE PRIMAIRE DE LA CROTAMINELAURE CJ.1975; Z. (HOPPE-SEYLER'S) PHYSIOL. CHEM.; DTSCH.; DA. 1975; VOL. 356; NO 2; PP. 213-215; ABS. ANGL.; BIBL. 8REF.Article

ANALYTICAL AND PREPARATIVE FRACTIONATION OF SNAKE VENOMS. ISOLATION OF CROTAMINE A NEUROTOXIN FROM CROTALUS DURISSUS TERRIFICUS VENOMDOMONT GB; GUIMARAES VM; SILVA MH et al.1971; AN. ACAD. BRAS. CI.; BRAS.; DA. 1971; VOL. 43; NO 3-4; PP. 587-598; BIBL. 22REF.Serial Issue

CHEMICAL AND FUNCTIONAL HOMOLOGY OF MYOTOXIN A FROM PRAIRIE RATTLESNAKE VENOM AND CROTAMINE FROM SOUTH AMERICAN RATTLESNAKE VENOM.CAMERON DL; TU AT.1978; BIOCHIM. BIOPHYS. ACTA; PAYS-BAS; DA. 1978; VOL. 532; NO 1; PP. 147-154; BIBL. 13 REF.Article

CROTAMINE CONFORMATION: EFFECT OF PH AND TEMPERATUREHAMPE OG; VOZARI HAMPE MM; GONCALVES JM et al.1978; TOXICON; GBR; DA. 1978; VOL. 16; NO 5; PP. 453-460; BIBL. 18 REF.Article

EFFECT OF CROTAMINE, A TOXIN OF SOUTH AMERICAN RATTLESNAKE VENOM, ON THE SODIUM CHANNEL OF MURINE SKELETAL MUSCLECHIUNG CHANG C; HONG TSENG K.1978; BRIT. J. PHARMACOL.; GBR; DA. 1978; VOL. 63; NO 3; PP. 551-559; BIBL. 1 P.Article

REPETITIVE MUSCLE RESPONSES INDUCED BY CROTAMINEBRAZIL OV; PRADO FRANCESCHI J; LAURE CJ et al.1979; TOXICON; GBR; DA. 1979; VOL. 17; NO 1; PP. 61-67; BIBL. 25 REF.Article

OPTICAL ROTARY DISPERSION OF CROTAMINE: EFFECT OF DENATURANTS.HAMPE OG; GONCALVES JM.1976; POLYMER; G.B.; DA. 1976; VOL. 17; NO 7; PP. 638-639; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

Interchain disulfide bonds in crotamine self-associationTENO, A. M; VIEIRA, C. A; SANTORO, M. M et al.Journal of biochemistry (Tokyo). 1990, Vol 107, Num 6, pp 821-825, issn 0021-924X, 5 p.Article

Cytotoxic effects of crotamine are mediated through lysosomal membrane permeabilizationHAYASHI, Mirian A. F; NASCIMENTO, Fabio D; TERSARIOL, Ivarne L. S et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 2008, Vol 52, Num 3, pp 508-517, issn 0041-0101, 10 p.Article

Multiple myotoxin sequences from the venom of a single prairie rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis viridis)AIRD, S. D; KRUGGEL, W. G; KAISER, I. I et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 1991, Vol 29, Num 2, pp 265-268, issn 0041-0101, 4 p.Article

Saxs study of structure and conformational changes of crotamineBELTRAN, J. R; MASCARENHAS, Y. P; CRAIEVICH, A. F et al.Biophysical journal. 1985, Vol 47, Num 1, pp 33-35, issn 0006-3495Article

Nucleotide sequence of crotamine isoform precursors from a single South American rattlesnake (Crotalus durissus terrificus)RADIS-BAPTISTA, G; OGUIURA, N; HAYASHI, M. A. F et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 1999, Vol 37, Num 7, pp 973-984, issn 0041-0101Article

Potentiation of the toxicity of basic peptides from rattlesnake venoms by sodium acetateALLEN, H. R; TUCKER, R. K; GEREN, C. R et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 1986, Vol 24, Num 6, pp 553-558, issn 0041-0101Article

A proton nuclear magnetic resonance study on the solution structure of crotamineENDO, T; OYA, M; OZAWA, H et al.Journal of protein chemistry (Print). 1989, Vol 8, Num 6, pp 807-815, issn 0277-8033Article

The analgesic activity of crotamine, a neurotoxin from Crotalus durissus terrificus (South American rattlesnake) venom : A biochemical and pharmacological studyMANCIN, A. C; SOARES, A. M; ANDRIAO-ESCARSO, S. H et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 1998, Vol 36, Num 12, pp 1927-1937, issn 0041-0101Conference Paper

Snake venomics and antivenomics of Crotalus durissus subspecies from Brazil: Assessment of geographic variation and its implication on snakebite managementBOLDRINI-FRANGA, Johara; CORREA-NETTO, Carlos; SANZ, Libia et al.Journal of proteomics (Print). 2010, Vol 73, Num 9, pp 1758-1776, issn 1874-3919, 19 p.Article

Distribution of 125I-labeled crotamine in mice tissuesBONI-MITAKE, M; COSTA, H; VASSILIEFF, V. S et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 2006, Vol 48, Num 5, pp 550-555, issn 0041-0101, 6 p.Article

Inhibitory effect of phospholipase A2 isolated from Crotalus durissus terrificus venom on macrophage functionSAMPAIO, S. C; RANGEL-SANTOS, A. C; PERES, C. M et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 2005, Vol 45, Num 5, pp 671-676, issn 0041-0101, 6 p.Article

A simple and rapid method for isolating small myotoxins from rattlesnake venomsQUANZHI LI; COLBERG, T. R; OWNBY, C. L et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 1993, Vol 31, Num 9, pp 1197-1201, issn 0041-0101Article

Cloning and nucleotide sequences of crotamine genesSMITH, L. A; SCHMIDT, J. J.Toxicon (Oxford). 1990, Vol 28, Num 5, pp 575-585, issn 0041-0101, 11 p.Article

New view on crotamine, a small basic polypeptide myotoxin from South American rattlesnake venomOGUIURA, N; BONI-MITAKE, M; RADIS-BAPTISTA, G et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 2005, Vol 46, Num 4, pp 363-370, issn 0041-0101, 8 p.Article

Similarities and differences in mechanisms of cardiotoxins, melittin and other myotoxinsFLETCHER, J. E; HUBERT, M; WIELAND, S. J et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 1996, Vol 34, Num 11-12, pp 1301-1311, issn 0041-0101Conference Paper

A Novel Cell-Penetrating Peptide Sequence Derived by Structural Minimization of a Snake Toxin Exhibits Preferential Nucleolar LocalizationRADIS-BAPTISTA, Gandhi; DE LA TORRE, Beatriz G; ANDREU, David et al.Journal of medicinal chemistry (Print). 2008, Vol 51, Num 22, pp 7041-7044, issn 0022-2623, 4 p.Article

Structural and pharmacological characterization of the crotamine isoforms III-4 (MYX4_CROCu) and III-7 (MYX7_CROCu) isolated from the Crotalus durissus cumanensis venomPONCE-SOTO, Luis Alberto; MARTINS-DE-SOUZA, Daniel; MARANGONI, Sergio et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 2010, Vol 55, Num 8, pp 1443-1452, issn 0041-0101, 10 p.Article

Crotamine inhibits preferentially fast-twitching muscles but is inactive on sodium channelsRIZZI, Carina T; CARVALHO-DE-SOUZA, Joao Luos; SCHIAVON, Emanuele et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 2007, Vol 50, Num 4, pp 553-562, issn 0041-0101, 10 p.Article

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