Vipera anatolica

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Figure 1: Composition of the Vipera anatolica subspecies venoms, studied at proteomic level for (A) V. anatolica anatolica (Göcmen, et al., 2015) and (B) V. anatolica senliki (Hempel, et al., 2020)

The venoms contain the following families:
svMP (metalloproteinase), CRISP, PLA2 (phospholipase A2), svSP (serine protease), CTL/Snaclec (C-type lectin related protein), DI (disintegrin), KUN (Kunitz-type inhibitor), LAAO (L-amino acid oxidase), HYAL (hyaluronidase), svMP-i (tripeptic svMP inhibitors of pHpG), BPP (Bradykinin-potentiating peptide), NP (natriuretic peptide) as well as further peptides and not annotated proteins.

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