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Suarez-Kurtz, "Inhibition of the myotoxic and hemorrhagic activities of crotalid venoms by Eclipta prostrata (Asteraceae) extracts and constituents," Toxicon, vol.
The crotalid specimen (skin) was deposited in the Museum of Zoology, El Colegio de la Frontera Sur-Chetumal, Quintana Roo, Mexico (Catalog No.
Discussion of the literature with the faculty member revealed that the snakes of interest for the current project were native crotalids (rattlesnakes and others of the pit viper group) and not those of the families of snakes that produce neurotoxic venom (e.
California Ground Squirrel (Spermophilus beecheyi) Blood Sera Inhibits Crotalid Venom Proteolytic Activity.
A large single-center experience with treatment of patients with crotalid envenomations: outcomes with and evolution of antivenin therapy.
I loved the precise yet mysterious terminology--elapid, crotalid, colubrine--as well as the exact descriptions.
Her principal responsibilities are for the sales and marketing of CroFab, a safe and effective method for crotalid snakebite treatment, and DigiFab, a cost-saving treatment for life-threatening digoxin toxicity.
7, 8) Crotalid venom alters blood vessel permeability, resulting in loss of plasma and blood into the tissue along with breakdown of red blood cells.
Hamilton WJ and Pollack JA: The food of some crotalid snakes from Fort Bennings, Georgia.
Crotalid Fab antivenin (Crotalidae Polyvalent Immune Fab) for rattlesnake, cottonmouth, and copperhead snakebites.