Snake toxins and hemostasis
Snake venoms and coagulopathy
Structural considerations of the snake venom metalloproteinases, key members of the M12 reprolysin family of metalloproteinases
Jararhagin and its multiple effects on hemostasis
Hemorrhage induced by snake venom metalloproteinases: biochemical and biophysical mechanisms involved in microvessel damage
Natural inhibitors of snake venom hemorrhagic metalloproteinases
Snake venom fibrin(ogen)olytic enzymes
Platelets as targets of snake venom metalloproteinases
Snake venom probes of platelet adhesion receptors and their ligands
Snake venom disintegrins: evolution of structure and function
Structure and function of snake venom toxins interacting with human von Willebrand factor
Snake venom C-type lectins interacting with platelet receptors. Structure–function relationships and effects on haemostasis
Structures and functions of snake venom CLPs (C-type lectin-like proteins) with anticoagulant-, procoagulant-, and platelet-modulating activities
Snake venom serine proteinases: sequence homology vs. substrate specificity, a paradox to be solved
The intriguing world of prothrombin activators from snake venom
Structure–function relationships and mechanism of anticoagulant phospholipase A2 enzymes from snake venoms
The Bradykinin-potentiating peptides from venom gland and brain of Bothrops jararaca contain highly site specific inhibitors of the somatic angiotensin-converting enzyme
Practical applications of snake venom toxins in haemostasis