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LES VENINS au service de la recherche médicaleDUCANCEL, Frédéric.Biofutur (Puteaux). 2014, Vol 355, issn 0294-3506, 36 p.Serial Issue

Histamine, 5-HT & hyaluronidase in the venom of the scorpion lychas laevifrons (Pock.)BASU, A; GOMES, A; GOMES, A et al.GOMES, A; GOMES, A et al.Indian journal of medical research. Section B, biomedical research other than infectious diseases. 1990, Vol 92, Num OCT, pp 371-373, issn 0970-9568Article

Individual and age-dependent variations in the venom of the fer-de-lance (Bothrops atrox)MEIER, J.Toxicon (Oxford). 1986, Vol 24, Num 1, pp 41-46, issn 0041-0101Article

Venoms : important opportunities in researchANDERSON, P. C.International journal of dermatology. 1990, Vol 29, Num 6, pp 411-412, issn 0011-9059, 2 p.Article

Un regard neuf sur les veninsGOYFFON, Max; FAURE, Grazyna.Biofutur (Puteaux). 2014, Vol 355, pp 26-29, issn 0294-3506, 4 p.Article

In vitro neuromuscular activity of 'colubrid' venoms: clinical and evolutionary implicationsLUMSDEN, Natalie G; FRY, Bryan G; MANJUNATHA KINI, R et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 2004, Vol 43, Num 7, pp 819-827, issn 0041-0101, 9 p.Article

Lysophospholipids are evolutionary ancient venom componentsCACCIN, Paola; MAGNABOSCO, Anna; TEDESCO, Erik et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 2010, Vol 56, Num 8, pp 1525-1527, issn 0041-0101, 3 p.Article

Autoroute A-6 Paris-Lyon: bilan technico-financier des relevages de passages supérieurs (1982-1983)QUERE, C.Travaux (Paris). 1985, Num 597, pp 49-56, issn 0041-1906Article

Snake venomics and venom gland transcriptomic analysis of Brazilian coral snakes, Micrurus altirostris and M. corallinusCORREA-NETTO, Carlos; JUNQUEIRA-DE-AZEVEDO, Inácio De L. M; SILVA, Débora A et al.Journal of proteomics (Print). 2011, Vol 74, Num 9, pp 1795-1809, issn 1874-3919, 15 p.Article

Key events in microvascular damage induced by snake venom hemorrhagic metalloproteinasesESCALANTE, Teresa; RUCAVADO, Alexandra; FOX, Jay W et al.Journal of proteomics (Print). 2011, Vol 74, Num 9, pp 1781-1794, issn 1874-3919, 14 p.Article

Single-Bead-Based Immunofluorescence Assay for Snake Venom DetectionRONG GAO; YONG ZHANG; GOPALAKRISHNAKONE, Ponnampalam et al.Biotechnology progress. 2008, Vol 24, Num 1, pp 245-249, issn 8756-7938, 5 p.Article

Transcriptome analysis revealed novel possible venom components and cellular processes of the tarantula Chilobrachys jingzhao venom glandJINJUN CHEN; LIQUN ZHAO; LIPING JIANG et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 2008, Vol 52, Num 7, pp 794-806, issn 0041-0101, 13 p.Article

Venom function in the Puerto Rican racer, Alsophis portoricensis (Serpentes: Colubridae)RODRIGUEZ-ROBLES, J. A; THOMAS, R.Copeia. 1992, Num 1, pp 62-68, issn 0045-8511Article

Geographic and ontogenic variation in venom of the western diamondback rattlesnake (Crotalus atrox)MINTON, S. A; WEINSTEIN, S. A.Toxicon (Oxford). 1986, Vol 24, Num 1, pp 71-80, issn 0041-0101Article

On the venom system of centipedes (Chilopoda), a neglected group of venomous animalsUNDHEIM, Eivind A. B; KING, Glenn F.Toxicon (Oxford). 2011, Vol 57, Num 4, pp 512-524, issn 0041-0101, 13 p.Article

Primary culture of venom gland cells from the South American rattlesnake (Crotalus durissus terrificus)DUARTE, M. M; MONTES DE OCA, H; DINIZ, C. R et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 1999, Vol 37, Num 12, pp 1673-1682, issn 0041-0101Article

A quantitative assessment of variation in venom constituents within and between three nominal rattlesnake subspeciesAIRD, S. D.Toxicon (Oxford). 1985, Vol 23, Num 6, pp 1000-1004, issn 0041-0101Article

La découverte du sérum antivenimeux [10 février 1894] : Sérum antivenimeuxGOYFFON, Max; CHIPPAUX, Jean-Philippe.Biofutur (Puteaux). 2008, Num 292, pp 32-35, issn 0294-3506, 4 p.Article

The presynaptic activity of bothropstoxin-I, a myotoxin from Bothrops jararacussu snake venomOSHIMA-FRANCO, Yoko; LEITE, Gildo Bernardo; DAL BELO, Chariston André et al.Basic & clinical pharmacology & toxicology (Print). 2004, Vol 95, Num 4, pp 175-182, issn 1742-7835, 8 p.Article

Les veninsAnnales de l'Institut Pasteur. Actualités. 1999, Vol 10, Num 2, issn 0924-4204, 146 p.Serial Issue

Detection of myotoxin a-like proteins in various snake venomsBOBER, M. A; GLENN, J. L; STRAIGHT, R. C et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 1988, Vol 26, Num 7, pp 665-673, issn 0041-0101Article

Comparison of amino terminal region of three isoenzymes of phospholipases A2 (TFV PL-Ia, TFV PL-Ib, TFV PL-X) from Trimeresurus flavoviridis (habu snake) venom and the complete amino acid sequence of the basic phospholipase, TFV PL-XMANJUNATHA KINI, R; KAWABATA, S.-I; IWANAGA, S et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 1986, Vol 24, Num 11-12, pp 1117-1129, issn 0041-0101Article

Cardiotoxic effects of Naja nigricollis venom phospholipase A2 are not due to phospholipid hydrolytic productsBARRINGTON, P. L; CHEN-CHUNG YANG; ROSENBERG, P et al.Life sciences (1973). 1984, Vol 35, Num 9, pp 987-995, issn 0024-3205Article

Venins thérapeutiquesCHIPPAUX, Jean-Philippe.Biofutur (Puteaux). 2014, Vol 355, pp 30-33, issn 0294-3506, 4 p.Article

A comparative study of biological activities of crotoxin and CB fraction of venoms from Crotalus durissus terrificus, Crotalus durissus cascavella and Crotalus durissus collilineatusRANGEL-SANTOS, A; DOS-SANTOS, E. C; LOPES-FERREIRA, M et al.Toxicon (Oxford). 2004, Vol 43, Num 7, pp 801-810, issn 0041-0101, 10 p.Article

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