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Biochemical characterization of the venom of Central American scorpion Didymocentrus krausi Francke, 1978 (Diplocentridae) and its toxic effects in vivo and in vitro
non-buthid venoms, for which knowledge is scarce. In this work, we characterized the venom of a Diplocentridae species, Didymocentrus krausi, a small fossorial scorpion that inhabits the Tropical Dry Forest of Central ...
Venom characterization of the bark scorpion Centruroides edwardsii (Gervais 1843): composition, biochemical activities and in vivo toxicity for potential prey
In this study, we characterize the venom of Centruroides edwardsii, one of the most abundant scorpions in urban and rural areas of Costa Rica, in terms of its biochemical constituents and their biological activities. C. ...
Importance of mevalonate pathway lipids on the growth and survival of primary and metastatic gastric carcinoma cells
Purpose: This preclinical study aims to determine the effect of drugs that alter isoprenoids and cholesterol metabolism in the homeostasis of gastric carcinoma cell lines in the search for new therapeutic targets for stomach ...