Neutralization of local and systemic toxicity of Daboia russelii venom by Morus alba plant leaf extract

@article{Chandrashekara2009NeutralizationOL,
  title={Neutralization of local and systemic toxicity of Daboia russelii venom by Morus alba plant leaf extract},
  author={Krishnappa Chandrashekara and Shivaiah Nagaraju and S Nandini and Basavaiah and Kempaiah Kemparaju},
  journal={Phytotherapy Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={23}
}
Antivenom therapy is the current best therapy available for the treatment of fatal snake envenomation. However, the antivenom offers less or no protection against local effects such as extensive edema, hemorrhage, dermo‐, myonecrosis and inflammation at the envenomed region. Viperidae snakes are highly known for their violent local effects and such effects have been commonly treated with plant extracts without any scientific validation in rural India. In this investigation Morus alba plant leaf… 

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