Assessing the stability of historical and desiccated snake venoms from a medically important Ecuadorian collection

Assessing the stability of historical and desiccated snake venoms from a medically important Ecuadorian collection

J.R. Almeida, B. Mendes, R.S.P. Patiño, J. Pico, J. Laines, M. Terán, N.G.S. Mogollón, F. Zaruma-Torres, C.A.D.S. Caldeira, da Silva S.L.

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Bothrops asper and Bothrops atrox are important venomous snakes from Ecuador responsible for the most of ophidic accidents, which in the past were treated with a national polyvant antivenom. For years, the venom pools were collected and stored at room temperature in a laboratory. Taking into account...

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Assessing the stability of historical and desiccated snake venoms from a medically important Ecuadorian collection

J.R. Almeida, B. Mendes, R.S.P. Patiño, J. Pico, J. Laines, M. Terán, N.G.S. Mogollón, F. Zaruma-Torres, C.A.D.S. Caldeira, da Silva S.L.


										

Assessing the stability of historical and desiccated snake venoms from a medically important Ecuadorian collection

J.R. Almeida, B. Mendes, R.S.P. Patiño, J. Pico, J. Laines, M. Terán, N.G.S. Mogollón, F. Zaruma-Torres, C.A.D.S. Caldeira, da Silva S.L.

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    Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part C: toxicology and pharmacology

    Vol. 230 (Apr., 2020)