Published in Hematology Week, October 9th, 2006
According to the review from Singapore, "Over the last several decades, research on snake venom toxins has provided not only new tools to decipher molecular details of various physiological processes, but also inspiration to design and develop a number of therapeutic agents."
"Blood circulation, particularly thrombosis and haemostasis, is one of the major targets of several snake venom proteins," wrote R.M. Kim at Singapore National University. "Among them, anticoagulant proteins have contributed to our understanding of molecular mechanisms...
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