Following are Research Articles associated with keyword Snake
Din Muhammad Shaikh, Rukhsana Jokhio Invitro crude cobra snake venom significantly decreases the production of RNA & DNA in breast cancerous tissue. Pak J Physiol Jun 2006;2(1):38-41.
Din Muhammad Shaikh, Rukhsana Jokhio Effect of snake venom on nucleic acids and total proteins in various normal and cancerous animal tissues. Pak J Physiol Dec 2005;1(1-2):39-43.
Rukhsana Jokhio, Ahmed Farooq Ansari Cobra Snake Venom reduces significantly tissue nucleic acid levels in human Breast Cancer. J Pak Med Assoc Feb 2005;55(2):71-3.
Muhammad Aftab Akbar, Moona Munir Awan, Nasir Jamal, Ijaz Hussain Malik, Aziz M A clinicoepidemiological study of snakebite in Multan. Ann King Edward Med Uni Oct - Dec 2004;10(4):429-31.
Saeed Akram, Muhammad Ishaque, Safdar Abbas Mechanical Ventilation in snake bite. Pak Armed Forces Med J Dec 2004;54(2):282-6.
Manzoor Ahmed Faridi, Talat Bashir, Muhammad Farooq, Muhammad farooq Management of Cobra Snake Bite; the role of Anticholinesterase. Professional Med J Jan - Mar 2004;11(1):99-101.
Junaid Mahmood Alam, Syed Abid Ali, Naveen Faridi, Syed Mahmood Alam Myotoxic characteristics of Snake Venoms: Myonecrosis induced in Albino Rats by crude Venoms and the purified Myotoxic component, phospholipase A2. J Coll Physicians Surg Pak Jul 2002;12(7):398-402.
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