Lourival D. Possani
Lourival D. Possani
Instituto de Biotecnologia - UNAM
Verified email at ibt.unam.mx
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Scorpion toxins specific for Na+‐channels
LD Possani, B Becerril, M Delepierre, J Tytgat
European Journal of Biochemistry 264 (2), 287-300, 1999
A unified nomenclature for short-chain peptides isolated from scorpion venoms: α-KTx molecular subfamilies
J Tytgat, KG Chandy, ML Garcia, GA Gutman, MF Martin-Eauclaire, ...
Trends in pharmacological sciences 20 (11), 444-447, 1999
Aminergic and peptidergic pathways in the nervous system with special reference to the hypothalamus.
T Hökfelt, R Elde, K Fuxe, O Johansson, A Ljungdahl, M Goldstein, R Luft, ...
Research publications-Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease …, 1978
Peptides and genes coding for scorpion toxins that affect ion-channels
LD Possani, E Merino, M Corona, F Bolivar, B Becerril
Biochimie 82 (9-10), 861-868, 2000
Current views on scorpion toxins specific for K+-channels
RCR de la Vega, LD Possani
Toxicon 43 (8), 865-875, 2004
The acetylcholine receptor I. Purification and characterization of a macromolecule isolated from Electrophorus electricus
RP Klett, BW Fulpius, D Cooper, M Smith, E Reich, LD Possani
Journal of Biological Chemistry 248 (19), 6841-6853, 1973
Selective blockage of voltage-dependent K+ channels by a novel scorpion toxin
E Carbone, E Wanke, G Prestipino, LD Possani, A Maelicke
Nature 296 (5852), 90, 1982
Scorpine, an anti‐malaria and anti‐bacterial agent purified from scorpion venom
R Conde, FZ Zamudio, MH Rodrı́guez, LD Possani
FEBS letters 471 (2-3), 165-168, 2000
Scorpionism and serotherapy in Mexico
M Dehesa-Dávila, LD Possani
Toxicon 32 (9), 1015-1018, 1994
Overview of scorpion toxins specific for Na+ channels and related peptides: biodiversity, structure–function relationships and evolution
RCR de la Vega, LD Possani
Toxicon 46 (8), 831-844, 2005
Hadrurin, a new antimicrobial peptide from the venom of the scorpion Hadrurus aztecus
A Torres‐Larios, GB Gurrola, FZ Zamudio, LD Possani
European journal of biochemistry 267 (16), 5023-5031, 2000
The primary structure of noxiustoxin: A K+ channel blocking peptide, purified from the venom of the scorpion Centruroides noxius Hoffmann
LD Possani, BM Martin, IB Svendsen
Carlsberg Research Communications 47 (5), 285-289, 1982
Oxidative refolding chromatography: folding of the scorpion toxin Cn5
MM Altamirano, C García, LD Possani, AR Fersht
Nature biotechnology 17 (2), 187, 1999
Scorpion venom components that affect ion-channels function
V Quintero-Hernández, JM Jiménez-Vargas, GB Gurrola, HH Valdivia, ...
Toxicon 76, 328-342, 2013
Triabin, a highly potent exosite inhibitor of thrombin
C Noeske-Jungblut, B Haendler, P Donner, A Alagon, L Possani, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 270 (48), 28629-28634, 1995
Toxins and genes isolated from scorpions of the genus Tityus
B Becerril, S Marangoni, LD Possani
Toxicon 35 (6), 821-835, 1997
Overview of scorpion toxins specific for Na+ channels and related peptides: biodiversity, structure-function relationships and evolution
RC Rodriguez de la Vega, LD Possani
Toxicon 46 (8), 831-844, 2005
Scorpion venom components as potential candidates for drug development
E Ortiz, GB Gurrola, EF Schwartz, LD Possani
Toxicon 93, 125-135, 2015
Demonstration of central gamma-aminobutyrate-containing nerve terminals by means of antibodies against glutamate decarboxylase.
MM Pérez, LD Possani, R Tapia, L Teran, R Palacios, K Fuxe, T Hökfelt, ...
Neuroscience 6 (5), 875, 1981
Novel interactions between K+ channels and scorpion toxins
RCR de la Vega, E Merino, B Becerril, LD Possani
Trends in pharmacological sciences 24 (5), 222-227, 2003
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