Sharmaine Ramasamy

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Neurotoxicity is rarely seen following human systemic envenoming by Australasian black snakes (genus Pseudechis) with myotoxicity being the most prominent feature following bites by some species. This study investigated the in vitro myotoxicity of venoms from seven species of Australasian Pseudechis and determined the efficacy of CSL black and tiger snake(More)
1. Pseudechis species (black snakes) are among the most widespread venomous snakes in Australia. Despite this, very little is known about the potency of their venoms or the efficacy of the antivenoms used to treat systemic envenomation by these snakes. The present study investigated the in vitro neurotoxicity of venoms from seven Australasian Pseudechis(More)
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