Naja haje

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Synonyms for Naja haje

cobra used by the Pharaohs as a symbol of their power over life and death

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A neurotoxic fraction of Egyptian cobra, Naja haje has been shown to modulate insulin and glucose turnover and cause sustained hyperglycemia (El-Fiky, 1999).
Hyperglycemic effect of a neurotoxic fraction (F3) from Naja haje venom: role of hypothalamo-pituitary adrenal axis (HPA).
Effect of naja haje venom on adrenal activity in rabbits.
Purification and characterization of a cytotoxic neurotoxin-like protein from Naja haje haje venom that induces mitochondrial apoptosis pathway.
Biological effects of Naja haje crude venom on the hepatic and renal tissues of mice.
Shaban and Hafez (2003) reported that intra-peritoneal injection of a sub-lethal dose of viper Naja haje venom (0.
Effects of three fractions obtained from Naja haje venom on hemolysis and lipid metabolism in rabbits.
1981) reported that Naja haje venom induced a significant increase in liver AST activity which may be due to destruction of hepatic cellular organelles and intracellular liberation of these enzymes.
Histopathological effects of Naja haje snake venom and a venom gland extract of the scorpion Buthusquinquestriatus on the liver, suprarenal gland and pancreas of mice.