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Genus specific neutralization of Bungarus snake venoms by Thai Red Cross banded krait antivenom.
Thai commercial antivenom raised to Bungarus fasciatus venom neutralized the lethal activity of all Thai Bungarus venoms tested in in vitro neutralization experiments. The neutralizing capacitiesExpand
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Molecular cloning of phospholipase A2 from a Thai Russell's viper venom gland cDNA library.
Snake venom contains several toxins. Russell's viper (D. russellii, RV) is a venomous snake prevalent in northern and central Thailand. RV bites can cause disseminated coagulation, hemolysis, andExpand
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Inhibition of Naja kaouthia venom activities by plant polyphenols.
Plant polyphenols from the aqueous extracts of Pentace burmanica, Pithecellobium dulce, Areca catechu and Quercus infectoria were tested for their inhibitory activities against Naja kaouthia (NK)Expand
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The effects of green pit viper (Trimeresurus albolabris and Trimeresurus macrops) venom on the fibrinolytic system in human.
Green pit viper (Trimeresurus albolabris and Trimeresurus macrops) venom was found to have a thrombin-like effect in vitro but cause a defibrination syndrome in vivo. The effects of venom onExpand
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A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of antivenom for local effects of green pit viper bites.
Although systemic administration of antivenom can promptly reverse coagulopathy, efficacy on local effects of viper venom remains to be determined. Currently, there has been no proven specificExpand
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Green pit viper (Trimeresurus albolabris and T. macrops) venom antigenaemia and kinetics in humans
Green pit viper bite is a common public health problem in Southeast Asia. Although most patients experience only local swelling, some may suffer from severe systemic bleeding that can be delayed.Expand
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Efficacy and cross reactivity of Thai green pit viper antivenom among venoms of Trimeresurus species in Thailand and Japan.
The efficacy of the Thai green pit viper antivenom to neutralize lethal, hemorrhagic, and enzyme activities of Trimeresurus venoms was examined using venoms of Trimeresurus albolabris, T. macrops,Expand
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Anti-venom potential of butanolic extract of Eclipta prostrata against Malayan pit viper venom.
The butanolic and purified butanolic extracts (PBEs) of Eclipta prostrata were evaluated for their anti-venom potential. Inhibition of lethal, hemorrhagic, proteolytic, and phospholipase A2Expand
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Purification of a phospholipase A2 from Daboia russelii siamensis venom with anticancer effects
Venom phospholipases A2 (PLA2) are associated with neurotoxic, myotoxic, cardiotoxic, platelet aggregation, and edema activities. A PLA2 (Drs-PLA2) was purified from Daboia russelii siamensis venomExpand
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Cross-neutralization of Thai cobra (Naja kaouthia) and spitting cobra (Naja siamensis) venoms by Thai cobra antivenom.
The neutralizing capacity of antivenom prepared against Thai cobra (Naja kaouthia) venom was compared in mice using the homologous venom and that of spitting cobra (Naja siamensis). The amounts ofExpand
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