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   Naja anchietae (Anchieta's Cobra) 
   Naja haje (Egyptian Cobra) 
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   Naja haje legionis 

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   Naja (Cobras) 

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   Naja haje anchietae 
   Naja haje annulifera 
   Naja haje arabica 
   Naja haje haje 
   Naja haje legionis 
Latest Articles on Naja haje WELCH 1994: 91 from uBioRSS
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Common Names: Egyptian Cobra, Urausschlange

1.  Concerted hepatoprotective effect of bradykinin potentiating factor and low dose of ?- radiation on Naja haje envenomed rats via Bax/Bcl2 pathway.LinkIT
Hasan HF, Mostafa DM, Lotfy DM
Toxicology mechanisms and methods, 2022

2.  Proteomic analysis of three medically important Nigerian Naja (Naja haje, Naja katiensis and Naja nigricollis) snake venoms.LinkIT
Adamude FA, Dingwoke EJ, Abubakar MS, Ibrahim S, Mohamed G, Klein A, Sallau AB
Toxicon : official journal of the International Society on Toxinology, 2021

3.  Anti-Cancer Effect of Moroccan Cobra Naja haje Venom and Its Fractions against Hepatocellular Carcinoma in 3D Cell Culture.LinkIT
Lafnoune A, Lee SY, Heo JY, Gourja I, Darkaoui B, Abdelkafi-Koubaa Z, Chgoury F, Daoudi K, Chakir S, Cadi R, Mounaji K, Srairi-Abid N, Marrakchi N, Shum D, Seo HR, Oukkache N
Toxins, 2021

4.  Moringa oleifera leaf fractions attenuated Naje haje venom-induced cellular dysfunctions via modulation of Nrf2 and inflammatory signalling pathways in rats.LinkIT
Adeyi AO, Ajisebiola BS, Adeyi OE, Adekunle O, Akande OB, James AS, Ajayi BO, Yusuf PO, Idowu BA
Biochemistry and biophysics reports, 2021

5.  A Neurotoxic Snake Venom without Phospholipase A2: Proteomics and Cross-Neutralization of the Venom from Senegalese Cobra, Naja senegalensis (Subgenus: Uraeus).LinkIT
Wong KY, Tan KY, Tan NH, Tan CH
Toxins, 2021

6.  Interspecific and intraspecific venom enzymatic variation among cobras (Naja sp. and Ophiophagus hannah).LinkIT
Modahl CM, Roointan A, Rogers J, Currier K, Mackessy SP
Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Toxicology & pharmacology : CBP, 2020

7.  A Decoy-Receptor Approach Using Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor Mimics Reveals Their Potential as Novel Therapeutics Against Neurotoxic Snakebite.LinkIT
Albulescu LO, Kazandjian T, Slagboom J, Bruyneel B, Ainsworth S, Alsolaiss J, Wagstaff SC, Whiteley G, Harrison RA, Ulens C, Kool J, Casewell NR
Frontiers in pharmacology, 2019

8.  Distinctive Distribution of Secretory Phospholipases A? in the Venoms of Afro-Asian Cobras (Subgenus: Naja, Afronaja, Boulengerina and Uraeus).LinkIT
Tan CH, Wong KY, Tan NH, Ng TS, Tan KY
Toxins, 2019

9.  Molecular modeling and structural analysis of nAChR variants uncovers the mechanism of resistance to snake toxins.LinkIT
Gunasekaran D, Sridhar J, Suryanarayanan V, Manimaran NC, Singh SK
Journal of biomolecular structure & dynamics, 2017

10.  Synthetic peptide antigens derived from long-chain alpha-neurotoxins: Immunogenicity effect against elapid venoms.LinkIT
de la Rosa G, Pastor N, Alagón A, Corzo G
Peptides, 2017