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Dendroaspis

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Muscarinic Toxins from Dendroaspis (Mamba) Venom
Dendroaspis angusticeps and the black mamba D. polylepis. The sequences Muscarinic toxins from the black mamba Dendroaspis polylepis.
MAMBA, Dendroaspis
Cat. #: F-700 Origin: Dendroaspis polylepis polylepis (Black mamba
Origin: Dendroaspis polylepis polylepis (Black mamba snake). Source description: Natural peptide. M.
A study of the Black Mamba (Dendroaspis polytepis) in
The Black Mamba in K ivaZ.tii1r-Natal, South .4frir=Ir.
Primary structures of four trypsin inhibitor E homologs from venom of
venom of Dendroaspis angusticeps: structure±function comparisons with is identical to trypsin inhibitor E from the venom of Dendroaspis polylepis.

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Dendroaspis polylepis) — ядовитая змея, одна из наиболее опасных и ядовитых в Африке. 02.

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Mamba - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mambas, of the genus Dendroaspis (literally "tree snake"), are fast-moving land- dwelling snakes of Africa.
Black mamba - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
ADW: Dendroaspis polylepis: Pictures
Black Mamba - Dendroaspis polylepis
Average Length: 245 cm. Names in other languages. Afrikaans: Swart mamba.
Black Mamba - Dendroaspis polylepis
All about the black mamba, its scientific name, common names, description, photo, behavior, range, habitat, diet, life cycle and social structure.

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