Naja naja

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Noun1.Naja naja - a cobra of tropical Africa and AsiaNaja naja - a cobra of tropical Africa and Asia
genus Naja, Naja - cobras
cobra - venomous Asiatic and African elapid snakes that can expand the skin of the neck into a hood
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It merits mention here, he said that out of 17 species of snakes only 5 species were venomous that are: Common Krait (Bungarus aeruleus ), Black Cobra (Naja naja), Brown Cobra (Naja oxiana), Saw-Scaled Viper (Echis carinatus sochireki ) and Russell's Viper (Daboia russelii).
One is black cobra (Naja naja) while the other one is brown cobra (Naja oxiana).
Based on N-terminal sequence analysis, Leaf-nosed viper [alpha]A chain showed maximum sequence similarity (93.3%) with [alpha]A chain from Sindhi krait (Bungarus sindanus sindanus), followed by Indian cobra (Naja naja), Texas indigo snake (Drymarchon melanurus erebennus) and Black-banded sea krait (Laticauda semifasciata) where 90% similarity was observed.
Neuroparalysis due to envenomation by common cobra (Naja naja) and common krait (Bungarus caeruleus) is a common life-threatening medical emergency in India (1).
Naja naja nigricollis is responsible for several clinical complications of
Envenoming by snakes such as Echis ocellatus and Naja naja nigricollis is responsible for several clinical complications of severe systemic and local pathology.
Indian cobra (Naja naja) (8.83%; N = 46), Glossy-bellied racer (Coluber ventromaculatus) (7.87%; N = 41) and Common krait (Bungarus caeruleus) (7.49%; N = 39) were higher in prevalence.
The proteomic profile of the Pakistan Naja naja was also recently documented [29], though there is no documentation of MHD and MND studies on the venoms from these elapids.
The Indian cobra (naja naja) is one of the four venomous snake species to be found in the Indian subcontinent.
The present study evaluates the intracellular signaling pathways implicated in the antinociceptive effect of najanalgesin, a toxin isolated from Naja naja atra .
Among the Elapidae, bites by Naja naja and Naja kaouthia can cause significant local swelling and sometimes extensive tissue necrosis of the bitten limb, whereas bites by kraits or sea snakes do not usually cause signs of local envenoming and can be virtually painless.
Spectacled Cobra is also known as Indian Cobra" (Naja Naja Naja) and Asian Cobra.