The effect of several viper venoms on prothrombin Padua

  title={The effect of several viper venoms on prothrombin Padua},
  author={Prof. Dr. Antonio Girolami and Giovanni Maurizio Patrassi and Luigi Virgolini and Maria Zucchetto},
  journal={Blut: Zeitschrift f{\"u}r die Gesamte Blutforschung},
SummaryThe effect of four viper venoms (Oxyuranus scutellatus, Notechis scutatus scutatus, Echis carinatus, Naja nigricollis) on prothrombin Padua has been studied.UsingOxyuranus scutellatus venom andNotechis scutatus scutatus venom, prothrombin activity resulted to be moderately decreased similarly to what observed with other one-stage and two-stage methods.On the contrary, usingEchis carinatus venom a normal level was obtained.No clotting was observed using theNaja nigricollis venom… CONTINUE READING

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