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Publisher: Elsevier

Volume 35, Number 1, January 1997

Light-microscopic studies of 3T3 cell plasma membrane alterations mediated by melittin
pp. 15-26(12)
Authors: Wai-Chun, J.L.; Henk, W.G.; Enright, F.M.

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Cloning and characterization of cDNAs encoding three isoforms of phospholipase A2 in Malayan spitting cobra (Naja Naja Sputatrix) venom
pp. 27-37(11)
Authors: Armugam, A.; Earnest, L.; Chung, M.C.M.; Gopalakrishnakone, P.; Tan, C.H.; Tan, N.H.; Jeyaseelan, K.

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Blockade of neuromuscular transmission by huwentoxin-I, purified from the venom of the Chinese bird spider Selenocosmia huwena
pp. 39-45(7)
Authors: Pei-Ai, Z.; Xian-Jin, X.; Man, L.; Dong-Mei, Y.; Zuo-Ping, X.; Xiang, Z.; Song-Ping, L.

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Cardiotoxicity of verrucotoxin, a protein isolated from the venom of Synanceia verrucosa
pp. 47-55(9)
Authors: Garnier, P.; Sauviat M.-P.; Goudey-Perriere, F.; Perriere, C.

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Occurrence of toxins, other than paralysing type, in the skin of tetraodontiformes fish
pp. 57-65(9)
Authors: Malpezzi, E.L.A.; de Freitas, J.C.; Rantin, F.T.

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Melittin and phospholipase A2 from bee (Apis mellifera) venom cause necrosis of murine skeletal muscle in vivo
pp. 67-80(14)
Authors: Ownby, C.L.; Powell, J.R.; Ming-Shi, J.; Fletcher, J.E.

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Identification of phospholipase A2 and neurotoxic activities in the venom of the New Guinean small-eyed snake (micropechis ikaheka)
pp. 101-109(9)
Authors: Geh, S.; Vincent, A.; Rang, S.; Abrahams, T.; Jacobson, L.; Lang, B.; Warrell, D.

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Cerastatin, a new potent inhibitor of platelet aggregation from the venom of the Tunisian viper, cerastes cerastes
pp. 125-135(11)
Authors: Marrakchi, N.; Barbouche, R.; Bon, C.; El Ayeb, M.

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Saxitoxin as a toxic principle of a freshwater puffer, tetraodon fangi, in Thailand
pp. 137-140(4)
Authors: Sato, S.; Kodama, M.; Ogata, T.; Saitanu, K.; Furuya, M.; Hirayama, K.; Kakinuma, K.

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Assessment of an ovine antivenom raised against venom from the desert black cobra (walterinnesia aegyptia)
pp. 141-145(5)
Authors: Al-Asmari, A.K.; Al-Abdulla, I.H.; Crouch, R.G.; Smith, D.C.; Sjostrom, L.

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