crotaline


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crotaline

(ˈkrɒtəlaɪn)
adj
(Zoology) of or relating to rattlesnakes (Crotalinae)
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Our results corroborate, for the polyspecific crotaline antivenom produced in Mexico by BIRMEX, the extensive cross-reactivity described for bothropic antivenoms in Latin America (Bogarin et al.
Role of surgical intervention in the management of crotaline Snake envenomation.
Ownby, "Ability of wedelolactone, heparin, and para-bromophenacyl bromide to antagonize the myotoxic effects of two crotaline venoms and their PLA2 myotoxins," Toxicon, vol.
My example exhibiting ten nine-letter words: STERCOLIN RELATIONS CONTRAILS CONSERTAL CREATIONS SECTORIAL LARCENIST SECTIONAL CROTALINE CENSORIAL.
Unified treatment algorithm for the management of crotaline snakebite in the United States: results of an evidence-informed consensus workshop.
Infrared (IR) sensitivity is known to be mediated by the so-called pit organs, which enable crotaline and boid snakes to apprehend homeothermic prey (1-7) and vampire bats to detect IR radiation from blood-rich locations (8), (9).
However, one available antivenom product in the US is Crotaline Fab antivenom (CroFab, Protherics, Nashville, TN).
Comparative study on coagulant, defribrinating, fibrinolytic and fibrinogenolytic activities of Costa Rican crotaline snake venoms and their neutralization by a polyvalent antivenom.
Out-of-hospital and interhospital management of crotaline snakebite.
The facial pits, characteristics of all crotaline snakes, were first shown to be sensitive to thermal stimuli by Noble and Schmidt (1937) and have since been studied with modern electrophysiological techniques (Bullock & Dieke, 1956; Goris & Nomoto, 1967; Terashima, 1987), revealing that pit nerve fibers are capable of discriminating stimuli differing by a few thousandths of a degree Celsius.