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Buy Echis Carinatus Venom Online, Echis Carinatus Venom for Sale The venom of the Echis ocellatus is used in the production of antivenom immunoglobulins that are targeted at countries in the Middle East and North Africa.
The venom of the Echis ocellatus contains Ocellatusin, Ocellatin, and several other Disintegrins (EO4A, EO5A, EO5B…), Zinc metalloproteinases (Eoc1, Eoc6, EoVMP2, EoMP06), Serine protease sp-Eoc49, metalloprotease inhibitor 02D01, Venom nerve growth factor, and PLA2s, all of which.
N India (including Punjab), Bangladesh, S Afghanistan, Pakistan, Central Iran, and S Iraq are all places where Echis carinatus sochureki can be found. According to the literature, an isolated population in the southeast Arabian peninsula exists. To the best of our knowledge, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) Guidelines for the Production, Control, and Regulation of Snake Antivenom Immunoglobulins, the Echis carinatus sochureki species is of the greatest medical significance in Central Asia and South Asia.
The venom of the Echis carinatus sochureki is used in the production of antivenom immunoglobulins that are targeted at countries in the region where the animal is found.
In the venom of the Echis carinatus sochureki, disintegrins (echistatin-alpha, Ec6), metalloproteinases, serine proteinases, echincetin, and PLA2s have been isolated and characterised.
Echis carinatus sochureki venom is known to contain a mixture of procoagulants, zinc metalloproteinases, and possibly anticoagulants, nephrotoxins, and necrotoxins, which makes it an excellent research tool for scientists.
lyophilized venom is sold in vacuum sealed glass vials containing 500 mg and 1 g of venom, respectively.
This species can be found in Burkina Faso, Mali, Mauritania, Ghana, Ivory Coast (Togo), Benin (Niger), Cameroon (Senegal), Central African Republic (Guinea), Chad (Gambia), and Niger (see below). Echis ocellatus species is of the greatest medical importance in Central sub-Saharan Africa and Western sub-Saharan Africa, according to the World Health Organization’s guidelines for the production, control, and regulation of snake antivenom immunoglobulins.
For research purposes, it is known that the venom of Echis ocellatus contains a mixture of procoagulants, metalloproteinases, and possibly anticoagulants, as well as nephrotoxins and necrotoxins, among other things.
- The procoagulant from Echis carinatus venom, which is known to convert prothrombin into thrombin, has been purified by chromatography on calcium hydroxylapatite and DEAE cellulose. Final purification, when necessary, can be achieved by disc gel electrophoresis. A final concentration of 0.5 μg/ml coagulates human citrate plasma in 70 sec.
- The bulk of hemorrhagic, caseinolytic and fibrinogenolytic activities present in the starting venom is removed during purification, but the procoagulant causes some fibrinogenolysis, gelatinolysis, caseinolysis and hemorrhage, even when homogenous in disc gel electrophoresis. This argues for a proteolytic nature of the procoagulant activity. It is resistant against diisopropyl fluorophosphate and is not, therefore, an esteroprotease. Other protease inhibitors (from soy bean, lima bean, bovine pancreas and bovine serum) are also without effect.
- The molecular weight is approximately 86 000, as determined by gel filtration. On isoelectric focusing in solution, its isoelectric point is pH 4.4±0.1. The procoagulant is relatively unstable; for instance, its pH stability is restricted to values between 6 and 10. Buy Echis Snake Venom Online
Snake with a very short tail that is small in length, cylindrical, and moderately slender in build. Can reach a maximum height of approximately 0.83 meters. When viewed from above, the head is broad, flat, and pear-shaped, and it is distinct from the neck. Short and broad, the snout is. Canthus is a blurry outline. The pupils of the eyes are vertically elliptical in shape and are of medium size. The scales on the head are keeled. Dorsal scales are dull, strongly keeled, and imbricate with apical pits. Dorsal scales are keeled and dull. The serrations on the lower lateral body scales are particularly noticeable. Ventrals have a rounded shape.
Desert terrain primarily consists of dry rocky hillside and mountain terrain with sparsely vegetated areas up to approximately 1500 meters in elevation. Attempts to stay away from areas with loose sand.
This terrestrial and nocturnal creature moves by sidewinding and avoids the summer heat by burrowing deeper into its burrow to stay cool and protected. After being disturbed, it assumes an S-shaped coil position and rubs against its own sides, producing a rasping sound. Extremely nervous, irritable, and aggressive disposition; quick to strike at the slightest provocation and does not attempt to flee the situation.
Arthropods, lizards, rodents, frogs, and birds are the primary prey for this species.
lyophilized venom is sold in vacuum-sealed glass vials containing 500 mg and 1 g of venom, respectively.
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