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Pathophysiology of Haemostasis and Thrombosis (2005) 34 (4-5): 177–183.
Published Online: 19 May 2006
... to in the content or advertisements. Snake venom Recombinant disintegrin Contortrostatin Breast cancer Anti-angiogenesis 19 5 2006 Pathophysiol HaemostThromb 2005;34:177 183 DOI: 10.1159/000092419 Development of a Novel Recombinant Disintegrin, Contortrostatin, as an Effective Anti-Tumor...
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Pathophysiology of Haemostasis and Thrombosis (2001) 31 (3-6): 148–154.
Published Online: 25 March 2002
...Kenneth J. Clemetson; Alexei Navdaev; Dagmar Dörmann; Xiao-Yan Du; Jeannine M. Clemetson Snake venoms contain a wide range of components, many of which affect haemostasis by activation or inhibition of platelets or coagulation factors. They can be classified into groups based on structure and mode...
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Pathophysiology of Haemostasis and Thrombosis (2001) 31 (3-6): 207–210.
Published Online: 25 March 2002
...N. Marrakchi; K. Mabrouk; I. Regaya; S. Sarray; M. Fathallah; H. Rochat; M. El Ayeb Lebetins from Macrovipera lebetina snake venom constitute a new class of inhibitors of platelet aggregation. There are two groups of peptides: lebetin 1 (L1; 11- to 13-mer) and lebetin 2 (L2; 37- to 38-mer...
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Pathophysiology of Haemostasis and Thrombosis (2001) 31 (3-6): 123–132.
Published Online: 25 March 2002
... Proteases Snake venom Vipera lebetina Glycoprotein MALDI-TOF MS Substrate specificity Fibrinolysis Haemostasis 2001;31:123 132 Proteases from Vipera lebetina Venom Affecting Coagulation and Fibrinolysis J. Siigur A. Aaspo llu K. To nismägi K. Trummal M. Samel H. Vija J. Subbi E. Siigur National...
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Pathophysiology of Haemostasis and Thrombosis (2001) 31 (3-6): 225–233.
Published Online: 25 March 2002
... properties of snake venom factor X activators thus far described in the literature. 25 3 2002 © 2002 S. Karger AG, Basel 2002 Copyright / Drug Dosage / Disclaimer Copyright: All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be translated into other languages, reproduced or utilized in any...
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Pathophysiology of Haemostasis and Thrombosis (2001) 31 (3-6): 234–240.
Published Online: 25 March 2002
... via its interaction with effector protease receptor-1 (EPR-1). Interestingly, the EPR-1 recognition site is distinctly different in trocarin, the functional consequences of which are being investigated. Snake venom Procoagulants Prothrombin activators Factor Xa © 2002 S. Karger AG, Basel...
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Pathophysiology of Haemostasis and Thrombosis (2001) 31 (3-6): 279–287.
Published Online: 25 March 2002
.... Anticoagulant Secreted phospholipase A 2 Snake venom Mammalian Factor Xa Factor Va Anticoagulant Proteins and Diagnostic Agents Haemostasis 2001;31:279 287 Anticoagulant Venom and Mammalian Secreted Phospholipases A2: Protein- versus Phospholipid-Dependent Mechanism of Action Carine M. Mouniera Cassian...
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Pathophysiology of Haemostasis and Thrombosis (2001) 31 (3-6): 241–246.
Published Online: 25 March 2002
... V can also be activated by a wide variety of snake venoms (e.g. from Vipera species, Naja naja oxiana , Bothrops atrox ) and by proteases present in the bristles of a South American caterpillar (Lonomia achelous) . Some venoms, notably of Vipera lebetina turanica and Lonomia achelous, contain...
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