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Publisher: Elsevier

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Volume 34, Number 7, July 1996

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Myotoxic toxins from snake venoms: implications for treatment.
pp. 727-728(2)
Authors: Dixon, R.; Harris, J.

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Actions of MTx1 and MTx2 from green mamba venom on subtypes of muscarinic acetylcholine receptors.
pp. 728-728(1)
Authors: Harvey, A.L.; Jerusalinsky, D.; Kornisiuk, E.; Cervenansky, C.

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Adrenergic and nitrergic actions of some scorpion venoms.
pp. 728-729(2)
Author: Gwee, M.C.E.

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Interaction of polyamide toxin Philanthotoxin-343 with cloned and mutant glutamate receptors expressed in Xenopus oocytes.
pp. 730-731(2)
Authors: Harris, J.; Mundey, M.; Tomlinson, S.; Mellor, I.; Nakanishi, K.; Bell, D.; Usherwood, P.N.R.

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Disruption of haemostasis by jararhagin, a haemorrhagic metalloproteinase from Bothrops jararaca venom.
pp. 731-732(2)
Authors: Kamiguti, A.S.; Hay, C.R.M.; Theakston, R.D.G.; Zuzel, M.

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The use of synthetic peptides for the inhibition of snake venoms.
pp. 732-732(1)
Authors: Laing, G.D.; Politi, V.

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An alternative assay to the standard rodent skin test for anti-haemorrhagic agents, using hen's eggs.
pp. 732-733(2)
Authors: Sells, P.G.; Richards, A.M.; Theakston, R.D.G.

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Early clinical experience with a new ovine Fab echis ocellatus antivenom in Nigeria.
pp. 734-735(2)
Authors: Theakston, R.D.G.; Meyer, P.; Habib, A.G.; Onayade, A.A.; Yakubu, A.; Warrell, D.A.

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Neurotoxicity, anticoagulant activity and evidence of rhabdomyolysis in patients bitten by death adders (Acanthophis sp.) in Southern Papua New Guinea.
pp. 735-735(1)
Authors: Lalloo, D.G.; Trevett, A.J.; Black, J.; Mapao, J.; Saweri, A.; Naraqi, S.; Owens, D.; Kamiguti, A.S.; Hutton, R.A.; Theakston, R.D.G.; Warrell, D.A.

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Herbal treatment of snakebite in Papua New Guinea.
pp. 735-735(1)
Author: Mebs, D.

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Gene probe-based detection of type E botulinum neurotoxin binding protein using polymerase chain reaction
pp. 737-742(6)
Authors: Singh, B.R.; Barcomb-Caddle, L.A.; Fen-ni, F.; Bilian, L.

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A protein phosphatase 2A inhibition assay for a fast and sensitive assessment of okadaic acid contamination in mussels
pp. 743-752(10)
Authors: Tubaro, A.; Florio, C.; Luxich, E.; Sosa, S.; Loggia, R.D.; Yasumoto, T.

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Amino acid sequence of a lectin-like protein from lachesis muta stenophyrs venom
pp. 763-769(7)
Authors: Aragon-Ortiz, F.; Mentele, R.; Auerswald, E.A.

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Toxicity of sea nettle (chrysaora quinquecirrha) fishing tentacle nematocyst venom in cultured rat hepatocytes
pp. 771-778(8)
Authors: Houck, H.E.; Lipsky, M.M.; Marzella, L.; Burnett, J.V.

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Purification and characterization of a fibrinogen-clotting enzyme from the venom of jararacucu (Bothrops jararacussu)
pp. 807-819(13)
Authors: Zaganelli, G.L.; Zaganelli, M.G.M.; Magalhaes, A.; Diniz, C.R.; de Lima, M.E.

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Is the severity of tityus serrulatus scorpion envenoming related to plasma venom concentrations?
pp. 820-823(4)
Authors: de Rezende, N.A.; Chavez-Olortegui, C.; Santos Amaral, C.F.

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