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Broader Terms:
   Viperidae (pit vipers) 

More Specific:
   Agkistrodon (Copperheads & Cottonmouths) 
   Atropoides (Jumping Pit Vipers) 
   Bothriechis (Palm Pit Vipers) 
   Bothriopsis (Forest Pit Vipers) 
   Bothrops (Lanceheads) 
   Calloselasma (Malayan Pit Vipers) 
   Cerrophidion (Montane Pit Vipers) 
   Crotalus (rattlesnakes) 
   Deinagkistrodon (Hundred-Pace Vipers) 
   Hypnale (Humpnose Vipers) 
   Lachesis (Bushmasters) 
   Ophryacus (Mexican Horned Pit Vipers) 
   Ovophis (Asian Pit Vipers) 
   Porthidium (Hognose Vipers) 
   Sistrurus (Pigmy Rattlesnake) 
   Trimeresurus (Asian Pit Vipers) 
   Tropidolaemus (Wagler's Palm Vipers) 
Latest Articles on Crotalinae from uBioRSS
Organotopic organization of the primary Infrared Sensitive Nucleus (LTTD) i... - The Journal of Comparative Neurology
Organotopic organization of the primary infrared sensitive nucleus (LTTD) i... - The Journal of Comparative Neurology

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Common Names: pit vipers, マムシ亜科

1.  Quantitative analysis of RNA by HPLC and evaluation of RT-dPCR for coronavirus RNA quantification.LinkIT
Niu C, Dong L, Gao Y, Zhang Y, Wang X, Wang J
Talanta, 2021

2.  Association of a Network of Immunologic Response and Clinical Features With the Functional Recovery From Crotalinae Snakebite Envenoming.LinkIT
Gerardo CJ, Silvius E, Schobel S, Eppensteiner JC, McGowan LM, Elster EA, Kirk AD, Limkakeng AT
Frontiers in immunology, 2021

3.  A Clot Twist: Extreme Variation in Coagulotoxicity Mechanisms in Mexican Neotropical Rattlesnake Venoms.LinkIT
Seneci L, Zdenek CN, Chowdhury A, Rodrigues CFB, Neri-Castro E, Bénard-Valle M, Alagón A, Fry BG
Frontiers in immunology, 2021

4.  The role of a point-of-care ultrasound protocol in facilitating clinical decisions for snakebite envenomation in Taiwan: a pilot study.LinkIT
Ho CH, Ismail AK, Liu SH, Tzeng YS, Li LY, Pai FC, Hong CW, Mao YC, Chiang LC, Lin CS, Tsai SH
Clinical toxicology (Philadelphia, Pa.), 2021

5.  Complete mitochondrial genome of Gloydius saxatilis (Viperidae: Crotalinae) from Korea.LinkIT
Lee YS, Do MS, Jeon HS, Lee SC, Jung JH, Suh JH, An J
Mitochondrial DNA. Part B, Resources, 2021

6.  Hump-nosed pit viper (Hypnale hypnale and Hypnale zara) envenoming in Deniyaya, Sri Lanka: Epidemiological and clinical features from a prospective observational study.LinkIT
Witharana EWRA, Gnanathasan A, Dissanayake AS, Wijesinghe SKJ, Kadahetti SCL, Rajapaksha RMJK
Toxicon : official journal of the International Society on Toxinology, 2021

7.  Severe hypofibrinogenemia in patients bitten by Gloydius tsushimaensis in Tsushima Island, Nagasaki, Japan, and treatment strategy.LinkIT
Yokoi H, Sakai A, Kodama T, Magome S, Nagayasu T, Tawara M, Hasegawa T, Yasaka T, Abe T, Takeuchi I
Toxicon : official journal of the International Society on Toxinology, 2020

8.  Toxicity of venom from the mamushi, Gloydius blomhoffii, (Squamata, Crotalinae) to centipedes.LinkIT
Hamanaka K, Mori A
Toxicon : official journal of the International Society on Toxinology, 2020

9.  Neutralising effects of small molecule toxin inhibitors on nanofractionated coagulopathic Crotalinae snake venoms.LinkIT
Xie C, Slagboom J, Albulescu LO, Somsen GW, Vonk FJ, Casewell NR, Kool J
Acta pharmaceutica Sinica. B, 2020

10.  A new pit viper of the genus Trimeresurus (Lacépède, 1804) (Squamata: Viperidae) from Southwest China.LinkIT
Chen Z, Yu J, Vogel G, Shi S, Song Z, Tang Y, Yang J, Ding LI, Chen C
Zootaxa, 2020