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Inhibitory effect of a Brazilian marine brown alga Spatoglossum schröederi on biological activities of Lachesis muta snake venom
TLDR
Results show that the polarity of the solvent used to prepare the extracts of S. schroederi algae influenced the potency of the inhibitory effect of the biological activities induced by L. muta venom, and may be a promising source of natural inhibitors of the enzymes involved in biological activities of L. Muta venom.
BbrzSP-32, the first serine protease isolated from Bothrops brazili venom: Purification and characterization.
Inhibitory Effect of the Plant Clusia fluminensis against Biological Activities of Bothrops jararaca Snake Venom
TLDR
The extracts of different organs of C. fluminensis inhibited proteolysis and hemolysis induced by B. jararaca venom, but with different potencies, and only the stems prevented blood clotting.
Effect of Diterpenes Isolated of the Marine Alga Canistrocarpus cervicornis against Some Toxic Effects of the Venom of the Bothrops jararaca Snake
TLDR
Diterpenes have the potential to be used against Bothropic envenomation accidents or to improve traditional treatments for snake bites, and partially protected mice from lethality caused by B. jararaca venom.
Synthesis and Antiplatelet Activity of Antithrombotic Thiourea Compounds: Biological and Structure-Activity Relationship Studies
TLDR
The synthesis and biological evaluation of a series of N,N'-disubstituted thioureas derivatives using in vitro and in silico approaches reinforce their promising profile as lead antiplatelet agents for further in vivo experimental investigations.
The red seaweed Plocamium brasiliense shows anti-snake venom toxic effects
TLDR
Seaweeds may be a promising source of inhibitors against toxic effects caused by B. jararaca envenomation, which may contribute to antivenom treatment.
Inhibitory effect of the red seaweed Plocamium brasiliense against the toxic effects of Lachesis muta snake venom
TLDR
Seaweeds may be a promising source of natural inhibitors of the toxic effects caused by snakebite by L. muta venom, and they may be used to develop new strategies for antivenom treatment.
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