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  1. Research

    Exploring the in vivo wound healing effects of a recombinant hemolin from the caterpillar Lonomia obliqua

    Hemolin proteins are cell adhesion molecules from lepidopterans involved in a wide range of cell interactions concerning their adhesion properties. However, hemolin’s roles in cell proliferation and wound heal...

    Ana Claudia Sato, Rosemary Viola Bosch, Sonia Elisabete Alves Will, Miryam Paola Alvarez-Flores, Mauricio Barbugiani Goldfeder, Kerly Fernanda Mesquita Pasqualoto, Bárbara Athayde Vaz Galvão da Silva, Sonia Aparecida de Andrade and Ana Marisa Chudzinski-Tavassi

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:36

    Published on: 21 December 2016

  2. Research

    A spider derived peptide, PnPP-19, induces central antinociception mediated by opioid and cannabinoid systems

    Some peptides purified from the venom of the spider Phoneutria nigriventer have been identified as potential sources of drugs for pain treatment. In this study, we characterized the antinociceptive effect of the ...

    Daniela da Fonseca Pacheco, Ana Cristina Nogueira Freitas, Adriano Monteiro C. Pimenta, Igor Dimitri Gama Duarte and Maria Elena de Lima

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:34

    Published on: 21 December 2016

  3. Review

    Endogenous phospholipase A2 inhibitors in snakes: a brief overview

    The blood plasma of numerous snake species naturally comprises endogenous phospholipase A2 inhibitors, which primarily neutralize toxic phospholipases A2 that may eventually reach their circulation. This inhibito...

    Patrícia Cota Campos, Lutiana Amaral de Melo, Gabriel Latorre Fortes Dias and Consuelo Latorre Fortes-Dias

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:37

    Published on: 21 December 2016

  4. Review

    A review on the Scorpaena plumieri fish venom and its bioactive compounds

    The most poisonous fish species found along the Brazilian coast is the spotted scorpionfish Scorpaena plumieri. Though hardly ever life-threatening to humans, envenomation by S. plumieri can be quite hazardous, p...

    Fabiana V. Campos, Thiago N. Menezes, Pedro F. Malacarne, Fábio L. S. Costa, Gustavo B. Naumann, Helena L. Gomes and Suely G. Figueiredo

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:35

    Published on: 21 December 2016

  5. Letter to the Editor

    Melioidosis parotitis in children

    A recent paper published in JVATiTD reporting a child in Hainan with parotitis caused by Burkholderia pseudomallei misleadingly described parotitis as a rare manifestation of melioidosis. In fact, it is one of th...

    David Dance

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:33

    Published on: 5 December 2016

  6. Research

    Composition and biological activities of the aqueous extracts of three scleractinian corals from the Mexican Caribbean: Pseudodiploria strigosa, Porites astreoides and Siderastrea siderea

    Scleractinian corals (stony corals) are the most abundant reef-forming cnidarians found in coral reefs throughout the world. Despite their abundance and ecological importance, information about the diversity o...

    Alejandro García-Arredondo, Alejandra Rojas-Molina, César Ibarra-Alvarado, Fernando Lazcano-Pérez, Roberto Arreguín-Espinosa and Judith Sánchez-Rodríguez

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:32

    Published on: 24 November 2016

  7. Case report

    Pediatric suppurative parotitis caused by Burkholderia pseudomallei

    Suppurative parotitis caused by Burkholderia pseudomallei has been rarely found outside endemic areas.

    Zengzhen Fu, Yingzi Lin, Qiang Wu and Qianfeng Xia

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:31

    Published on: 9 November 2016

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2017 23:5

  8. Research

    Cloning, structural modelling and characterization of VesT2s, a wasp venom hyaluronidase (HAase) from Vespa tropica

    Wasp venom is a complex mixture containing proteins, enzymes and small molecules, including some of the most dangerous allergens. The greater banded wasp (Vespa tropica) is well-known for its lethal venom, whose ...

    Prapenpuksiri Rungsa, Paroonkorn Incamnoi, Sophida Sukprasert, Nunthawun Uawonggul, Sompong Klaynongsruang, Jureerut Daduang, Rina Patramanon, Sittiruk Roytrakul and Sakda Daduang

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:28

    Published on: 22 October 2016

  9. Research

    Cytotoxic activity of Androctonus australis hector venom and its toxic fractions on human lung cancer cell line

    Several studies have showed that animal venoms are a source of bioactive compounds that may inhibit the growth of cancer cells, which makes them useful agents for therapeutic applications. Recently, it was est...

    Louisa Béchohra, Fatima Laraba-Djebari and Djelila Hammoudi-Triki

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:29

    Published on: 22 October 2016

  10. Research

    Mycobacterium genavense infection in two species of captive snakes

    Mycobacterium is an important zoonotic agent with companion, livestock and wildlife animals reportedly playing a role as reservoirs. Although its association with reptiles has been des...

    Leila Sabrina Ullmann, Ramiro das Neves Dias-Neto, Didier Quevedo Cagnini, Ricardo Seiti Yamatogi, Jose Paes Oliveira-Filho, Viviane Nemer, Rodrigo Hidalgo Friciello Teixeira, Alexander Welker Biondo and João Pessoa Araújo

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:27

    Published on: 18 October 2016

  11. Research

    Tityus serrulatus envenoming in non-obese diabetic mice: a risk factor for severity

    In Brazil, accidents with venomous animals are considered a public health problem. Tityus serrulatus (Ts), popularly known as the yellow scorpion, is most frequently responsible for the severe accidents in the co...

    Guilherme Honda de Oliveira, Felipe Augusto Cerni, Iara Aimê Cardoso, Eliane Candiani Arantes and Manuela Berto Pucca

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:26

    Published on: 17 September 2016

  12. Research

    Heterologous expression, protein folding and antibody recognition of a neurotoxin from the Mexican coral snake Micrurus laticorallis

    The cysteine-rich neurotoxins from elapid venoms are primarily responsible for human and animal envenomation; however, their low concentration in the venom may hamper the production of efficient elapid antiven...

    Herlinda Clement, Vianey Flores, Guillermo De la Rosa, Fernando Zamudio, Alejandro Alagon and Gerardo Corzo

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:25

    Published on: 9 September 2016

  13. Research

    Scorpionism by Tityus silvestris in eastern Brazilian Amazon

    Scorpionism is a serious public health problem in Brazil. Although cases of envenomation by scorpions are frequent in Brazil, Tityus silvestris – found throughout the Amazon region – is considered of minor medica...

    Johne Souza Coelho, Edna Aoba Yassui Ishikawa, Paulo Roberto Silva Garcez dos Santos and Pedro Pereira de Oliveira Pardal

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:24

    Published on: 26 August 2016

  14. Research

    Anti-Trimeresurus albolabris venom IgY antibodies: preparation, purification and neutralization efficacy

    Snakebite incidence in southwestern China is mainly attributed to one of the several venomous snakes found in the country, the white-lipped green pit viper Trimeresurus albolabris. Since antivenom produced from h...

    Hai-long Duan, Qi-yi He, Bin Zhou, Wen-wen Wang, Bo Li, Ying-zheng Zhang, Qiu-ping Deng, Ying-feng Zhang and Xiao-dong Yu

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:23

    Published on: 24 August 2016

  15. Research

    An update on the epidemiological situation of spotted fever in Brazil

    Spotted fever is a tick-borne rickettsial disease. In Brazil, its notification to the Ministry of Health is compulsory. Since 2007, cases of spotted fever have been integrated to the Notifiable Diseases Inform...

    Stefan Vilges de Oliveira, Jessica Noronha Guimarães, Guilherme Carneiro Reckziegel, Bidiah Mariano da Costa Neves, Keline Medeiros de Araújo-Vilges, Lidsy Ximenes Fonseca, Fernanda Voietta Pinna, Simone Valéria Costa Pereira, Eduardo Pacheco de Caldas, Gilberto Salles Gazeta and Rodrigo Gurgel-Gonçalves

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:22

    Published on: 22 August 2016

  16. Research

    Cardiorespiratory alterations in rodents experimentally envenomed with Hadruroides lunatus scorpion venom

    Hadruroides lunatus is the most abundant scorpion species in the Peruvian central coast, where most of the accidents involving humans are registered. In spite of its prevalence, there ...

    Fernanda Costal-Oliveira, Clara Guerra-Duarte, Maira Souza Oliveira, Karen Larissa Pereira de Castro, Leticia Lopes-de-Sousa, Aline Lara, Enéas Ricardo de Morais Gomes, Cesar Bonilla, Sílvia Guatimosim, Marília Martins Melo and Carlos Chávez-Olórtegui

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 23:2

    Published on: 15 July 2016

  17. Review

    Paths to the discovery of antivenom serotherapy in France

    The current study presents a descriptive chronological survey of the articles published by Césaire Auguste Phisalix and Albert Calmette on snake poison, with the aim of shedding a light on the areas of researc...

    Rosany Bochner

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:20

    Published on: 8 June 2016

  18. Case report

    Fatal neurotoxic envenomation following the bite of a greater black krait (Bungarus niger) in Nepal: a case report

    Neurotoxic envenomation following bites by kraits (Bungarus species) is a leading cause of snakebite mortality in South Asia. Over a long time, this had been attributed only to one species, the common krait (Bung...

    Deb Prasad Pandey, Sanjib Kumar Sharma, Emilie Alirol, François Chappuis and Ulrich Kuch

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:19

    Published on: 3 June 2016

  19. Research

    Behavioral alterations induced by repeated saxitoxin exposure in drinking water

    Blooms of the saxitoxin-producing cyanobacterium Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii have been contaminating drinking water reservoirs in Brazil for many years. Although acute effects of saxitoxin intoxication are wel...

    Felipe Diehl, Patricia Baptista Ramos, Juliane Marques dos Santos, Daniela Martí Barros and João Sarkis Yunes

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:18

    Published on: 17 May 2016

  20. Research

    Initial peptidomic profiling of Brazilian sea urchins: Arbacia lixula, Lytechinus variegatus and Echinometra lucunter

    Sea urchins can be found throughout the Brazilian coast and are reported to be one of the major causes of marine accidents on the shoreline. Although not lethal, these accidents are reported to be extremely pa...

    Juliana Mozer Sciani, Andrews Krupinski Emerenciano, José Roberto Machado Cunha da Silva and Daniel Carvalho Pimenta

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:17

    Published on: 4 May 2016

  21. Research

    Synthesis and antimicrobial evaluation of two peptide LyeTx I derivatives modified with the chelating agent HYNIC for radiolabeling with technetium-99m

    Current diagnostic methods and imaging techniques are not able to differentiate septic and aseptic inflammation. Thus, reliable methods are sought to provide this distinction and scintigraphic imaging is an in...

    Leonardo Lima Fuscaldi, Daniel Moreira dos Santos, Natália Gabriela Silva Pinheiro, Raquel Silva Araújo, André Luís Branco de Barros, Jarbas Magalhães Resende, Simone Odília Antunes Fernandes, Maria Elena de Lima and Valbert Nascimento Cardoso

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:16

    Published on: 22 April 2016

  22. Research

    Canine visceral leishmaniasis in the Northeast Region of Brazil

    Visceral leishmaniasis (VL) is a zoonosis that affects dogs and other mammals, including humans. Contact with dogs is a major risk factor for humans. This disease is endemic in several regions of Brazil. The a...

    Flávio Gonçalves Brito, Helio Langoni, Rodrigo Costa da Silva, Tereza Emmanuelle de Farias Rotondano, Marcia Almeida de Melo and Giselle Souza da Paz

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:15

    Published on: 12 April 2016

  23. Case report

    Survival of a newborn from a pregnant woman with rabies infection

    Rabies is very common in People’s Republic of China. Each year thousands of people die because of this disease, but rabies diagnosed in pregnancy is very rare.

    Zhen-Yu Qu, Guo-Wei Li, Qiao-Ge Chen, Peng Jiang, Chang Liu and Alfred Lam

    Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases 2016 22:14

    Published on: 2 April 2016

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