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11335 Atroxin from Bothrops atrox venom  
T0195 α-Bungarotoxin-tetramethylrhodamine from Bungarus multicinctus (Formosan Banded Krait) Useful for detecting the distribution of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors at neuromuscular junctions.
α-Bungarotoxin is a high-affinity antagonist for nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (AChRs) from muscle but not the neurons. Labeling α-Bungarotoxin with tetramethylrhodamine enables the detection of bungarotoxin-binding receptors at neuromuscular junctions.
C8406 Cobra venom anti-complementary protein from Naja naja kaouthia lyophilized powder  
C2401 Crotaline  
E1518 Echistatin from Echis carinatus lyophilized powder, γ-irradiated, BioXtra Disintegrins represent a novel family of integrin β1 and β3 inhibitor proteins isolated from viper venoms. They are low molecular-weight, cysteine-rich peptides containing the Arg-Gly-Asp (RGD) sequence. They are the most potent known inhibitors of integrin function. Disintegrins interfere with cell adhesion to the extracellular matrix, including adhesion of melanoma cells and fibroblasts to fibronectin, and are potent inhibitors of platelet aggregation.
Echistatin has the ability to prevent IRS-1 (insulin receptor substrate-1) phosphorylation induced by IGF-1 (insulin like growth factor-1). Echistatin α1, purified from the venom of the saw scaled viper, Echis carinatus has the capability to block platelet aggregation.
S1522 Sarafotoxin S6a1 ≥97% (HPLC)  
S6545 Sarafotoxin S6c ≥97% (HPLC) Sarafotoxin S6c is an endothelin ETB agonist. It is a peptide isotoxin with strong vasoconstrictor activity, obtained from the Middle Eastern snake, Atractaspis engaddensi. The toxin is composed of 21 amino acids.
V7876 Snake venom from Agkistrodon bilineatus (Tropical Moccasin)  
V4000 Snake venom from Agkistrodon contortrix laticinctus  
V4125 Snake venom from Agkistrodon contortrix mokason (Northern Copperhead)  
V4500 Snake venom from Agkistrodon piscivorus piscivorus  
V8627 Snake venom from Bitis caudalis  
V5250 Snake venom from Bothrops alternata  
V5625 Snake venom from Bothrops jararaca Contains botrocetin (venom coagglutinin) which causes aggregation of blood platelets in the presence of the von Willebrand component of the factor VIII macromolecular complex over a wider range than ristocetin.
V6250 Snake venom from Bungarus caeruleus (Indian Krait)  
V6500 Snake venom from Bungarus fasciatus (Banded Krait)  
V6750 Snake venom from Causus rhombeatus  
V7000 Snake venom from Crotalus atrox (Western Diamondback Rattlesnake)  
V0877 Snake venom from Crotalus basiliscus  
V8125 Snake venom from Dispholidus typus  
V8250 Snake venom from Echis carinatus  
V7376 Snake venom from Lachesis muta  
V6751 Snake venom from Laticauda semifasciata (Sea Snake)  
V4378 Snake venom from Naja naja  
V9250 Snake venom from Naja naja atra (Formosan Cobra)  
V9125 Snake venom from Naja naja kaouthia  
V9625 Snake venom from Naja nivea  
V0876 Snake venom from Pseudechis colletti guttatus  
V1251 Snake venom from Pseudechis porphyriacus  
V5750 Snake venom from Sepedon (Hemachatus) hemachatus (Ringhals Cobra) has acetylcholinesterase activity
V2001 Snake venom from Trimeresurus okinavensis  
V7251 Snake venom from Trimeresurus popeorum  
V7378 Snake venom from Vipera lebetina  
V2501 Snake venom from Vipera russelli (Russell's Viper) Snake venom from Russell′s Viper is rich in toxins and proteinase inhibitors. The receptor from Vipera russelli β-RTX, interacts with monoamines and opiate and prevents their interaction with native receptors. The proteases from Russell′s Viper mediate coagulation in human plasma. The neurotoxicity of the venom is contributed by phospholipases.