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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 06/2014, Volume 111, Issue 25, p. 9205
  Variation in venom composition is a ubiquitous phenomenon in snakes and occurs both interspecifically and intraspecifically. Venom variation can have severe... 
Toxicity | Venom | Genomics | Proteomics | Genomes | Snakes
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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, ISSN 0027-8424, 06/2014, Volume 111, Issue 25, pp. 9205 - 9205
Variation in venom composition is a ubiquitous phenomenon in snakes and occurs both interspecifically and intraspecifically. Venom variation can have severe... 
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Journal of proteomics, 04/2019, Volume 198, p. 186
While envenoming by the southern African shield-nosed or coral snakes (genus Aspidelaps) has caused fatalities, bites are uncommon. Consequently, this venom is... 
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Communications biology, ISSN 2399-3642, 2018, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp. 34 - 14
Snake envenoming causes several potentially lethal pathologies. The specific pathology is dictated by the toxin composition of venom, which varies by species,... 
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The American Journal of Human Genetics, ISSN 0002-9297, 07/2018, Volume 103, Issue 1, pp. 144 - 153
Next-generation sequencing has been invaluable in the elucidation of the genetic etiology of many subtypes of intellectual disability in recent years. Here,... 
actin cytoskeleton | recurrent de novo truncating mutations | neurodevelopmental disorder | lamellipodia | seizures | developmental delay | WASF1 | autism | WAVE1 complex | WAVE | COMPLEX | PROTEIN | GENES | GENETICS & HEREDITY | DISORDERS | EXCHANGE | PLASTICITY | Physiological aspects | Genetic aspects | Research | Gene mutations | Mental retardation | Risk factors | Report
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by Kahan, Brennan C and Koulenti, Desponia and Arvaniti, Kostoula and Beavis, Vanessa and Campbell, Douglas and Chan, Matthew and Moreno, Rui and Pearse, Rupert M and Beattie, Scott and Clavien, Pierre-Alain and Demartines, Nicolas and Fleisher, Lee A and Grocott, Mike and Haddow, James and Hoeft, Aneas and Holt, Peter and Pritchard, Naomi and Rhodes, Anew and Wijeysundera, Duminda and Wilson, Matt and Ahmed, Tahania and Everingham, Kirsty and Hewson, Russell and Januszewska, Marta and Phull, Mandeep-Kaur and Halliwell, Richard and Shulman, Mark and Myles, Paul and Schmid, Werner and Hiesmayr, Michael and Wouters, Patrick and de Hert, Stefan and Lobo, Suzana and Fang, Xiangming and Rasmussen, Lars and Futier, Emmanuel and Biais, Matthieu and Venara, Aurélien and Slim, Karem and Sander, Michael and Koulenti, Despoina and Chan, Mathew and Kulkarni, Atul and Chana, Susilo and Tantri, Aida and Geddoa, Emad and Abbas, Muntadhar and Della Rocca, Giorgio and Sivasakthi, Datin and Mansor, Marzida and Luna, Pastor and Bouwman, Arthur and Buhre, Wolfgang and Short, Tim and Osinaike, Tunde and Matos, Ricardo and Grigoras, Ioana and Kirov, Mikhail and Protsenko, Denis and Biccard, Bruce and Aldecoa, Cesar and Chew, Michelle and Hofer, Christoph and Hubner, Martin and Ditai, James and Szakmany, Tamas and Fleisher, Lee and Ferguson, Marissa and MacMahon, Michael and Cherian, Ritchie and Currow, Helen and Kanathiban, Kathirgamanathan and Gillespie, David and Pathmanathan, Edward and Phillips, Katherine and Reynolds, Jenifer and Rowley, Joanne and Douglas, Jeanene and Kerridge, Ross and Garg, Sameer and Bennett, Michael and Jain, Megha and Alcock, David and Terblanche, Nico and Cotter, Rochelle and Leslie, Kate and Stewart, Marcelle and Zingerle, Nicolette and Clyde, Antony and Hambidge, Oliver and Rehak, Adam and Cotterell, Sharon and Binh Quan Huynh, Wilson and McCulloch, Timothy and Ben-Menachem, Erez and Egan, Thomas and Cope, Jennifer and Fellinger, Paul and Haselberger, Simone and Holaubek, Caroline and ... and ISOS Grp and International Surgical Outcomes Study (ISOS) group and The International Surgical Outcomes Study (ISOS) group
Intensive care medicine, ISSN 0342-4642, 2017, Volume 43, Issue 7, pp. 971 - 979
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