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Petras, D., Sanz, L., Segura, A., Herrera, M., Villalta, M., Solano, D., Vargas, M., Leon, G., Warrell, D.A., Theakston, R.D.G., Harrison, R.A., Durfa, N., Nasidi, A., Gutierrez, J-M., Calvete, J.J. (2011) Snake venomics of the African spitting cobras: Toxin composition and assessment of congeneric cross-reactivity of the Pan-African EchiTAb-Plus-ICP antivenom by antivenomics and neutralization approaches. Journal of Proteomic Research in Medecine 10:1266-1280.
Vaiyapuri S., Wagstaff, S.C., HarrisonR.A., Watson, K.A., GibbinsJ.M., and Hutchinson G. E. (2011) Evolutionary analysis of novel serine proteases in the venom gland transcriptome of Bitis gabonica rhinoceros. PLoS One 6(6):e21532.
Casewell NR, Wagstaff SC, Harrison RA, Wüster W (2010): Gene tree parsimony of multi-locus snake venom protein families reveals species tree conflict as a result of multiple parallel gene loss. Molecular Biology and Evolution,doi:10.1093/molbev/msq302.
Casewell, N.R., Cook, D.A.N., Wagstaff, S.C., Nasidi, A., Durfa, N., Wuster, W., and Harrison R.A. (2010) “Pre-clinical assays predict pan African Echis viper efficacy for a species-specific antivenom. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 4(10) e851.
Vaiyapuri S., Wagstaff, S.C., HarrisonR.A., Watson, K.A., GibbinsJ.M., and Hutchinson G. E. (2010) Purification and Functional Characterization of Rhiminopeptidase A, a Novel Aminopeptidase from the Venom of Bitis gabonica rhinoceros. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases 4(8):e796.
Calvete J.J., Cid, P., Sanz, L., Segura A., Villalta M., Herrera M., León G., HarrisonR.A., Durfa N., NasidiA., Calvete J.J., TheakstonR.D.G.T., Warrell D.A. and Gutiérrez J-M. (2010) Antivenomic assessment of the immunological reactivity of EchiTAb-Plus-ICP, an antivenom for the treatment of snakebite envenoming in sub-Saharan Africa. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 82(6):1194-1201
Cook DA, Samarasekara CL, Wagstaff SC, Kinne J, Wernery U and Harrison RA (2010). Analysis of camelid IgG for antivenom development: Immunoreactivity and preclinical neutralisation of venom-induced pathology by IgG subclasses, and the effect of heat treatment. Toxicon [Epub ahead of print].
Cook DA, Owen T, Wagstaff SC, Kinne J, Wernery U and Harrison RA (2010). Analysis of camelid antibodies for antivenom development: Neutralisation of venom-induced pathology. Toxicon [Epub ahead of print].
Cook DA, Owen T, Wagstaff SC, Kinne J, Wernery U and Harrison RA (2010). Analysis of camelid IgG for antivenom development: Serological responses of venom-immunised camels to prepare either monospecific or polyspecific antivenoms for West Africa. Toxicon [Epub ahead of print].
Calvete JJ, Cid P, Sanz L, Segura A, Villalta M, Herrera M, León G, Harrison R, Durfa N, Nasidi A, Theakston RD, Warrell DA and Gutiérrez JM (2010). Antivenomic assessment of the immunological reactivity of EchiTAb-Plus-ICP, an antivenom for the treatment of snakebite envenoming in sub-Saharan Africa. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 82: 1194-1201.
Vaiyapuri S, Harrison RA, Bicknell AB, Gibbins JM and Hutchinson G (2010). Purification and functional characterisation of Rhinocerase, a novel serine protease from the venom of Bitis gabonica rhinoceros. PLOS One 5(3): e9687.
Fasoli E, Sanz L, Wagstaff S, Harrison RA, Righetti PG and Calvete JJ (2010). Exploring the venom proteome of the African puff adder, Bitis arietans, using a combinatorial peptide ligand library approach at different pHs. Journal of Proteomics 73: 932-942.
Currier RB, Harrison RA, Rowley PD, Laing GD and Wagstaff SC (2010). Intra-specific variation in venom of the African Puff Adder (Bitis arietans): differential expression and activity of snake venom metalloproteinases (SVMPs). Toxicon 55: 864-873.
Segura A, Villalta M, Herrera M, León G, Harrison RA, Durfa N, Nasidi A, Calvete JJ, Theakston RDGT, Warrell DA and Gutiérrez J-M (2010). Preclinical assessment of the efficacy of a new antivenom (EchiTAb-Plus-ICPÒ) for the treatment of viper envenoming in sub-Saharan Africa. Toxicon 55: 369-374.
Harrison RA, Hargreaves A, Wagstaff SC, Faragher B and Lalloo DG (2009). Snake envenoming: a disease of poverty. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 3: e569.
Casewell NR, Harrison RA, Wüster W and Wagstaff SC (2009). Comparative venom gland transcriptome surveys of the saw-scaled vipers (Viperidae: Echis) reveal substantial intra-family gene diversity and novel venom transcripts. BMC Genomics 10: 564.
Wagstaff SC, Sanz L, Juárez P, Harrison RA and Calvete JJ (2009). Combined snake venomics and venom gland transcriptomic analysis of the ocellated carpet viper, Echis ocellatus. Journal of Proteomics 71: 609-623.
Wagstaff SC, Favreau P, Cheneval O, Laing GD, Wilkinson MC, Miller R, Stocklin R and Harrison RA (2008). Molecular characterisation of endogenous snake venom metalloproteinase inhibitors. Biochemical and Biophysical Research in Medecine Communications 365: 650-656.
Harrison R A, Ibison F, Wilbraham D, Wagstaff SC, Jones K, Donegan S and Lalloo D. Artesunate Versus Quinine for Treating Severe Malaria. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2007, Issue 4. Art. No.: CD005967. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD005967.pub2.
Bazaa A, Juarez P, Marrakchi N, Bel Lasfer Z, El Ayeb M, Harrison RA, Calvete JJ and Sainz L (2007). Loss of introns along the evolutionary diversification pathway of snake venom disintegrins evidenced by sequence analysis of genomic DNA from Microvipera lebetina transmediterranea and Echis ocellatus. Journal of Molecular Evolution 64: 261-271.
Juarez P, Wagstaff SC, Sanz L, Harrison RA and Calvete J (2006). Molecular cloning of a Bitis arietans disintegrin-like domain, BA-5A, not expressed in the venom proteome. A putative intermediate in the evolution of the long disintegrin bitistatin. Journal of Molecular Evolution 63: 142-152.
Wagstaff SC and Harrison RA (2006). New insights into the mechanisms of Echis ocellatus envenoming by EST sequencing: identification of conserved integrin binding motifs in SVMPs and molecular characterisation of a new group of putative toxins, the renin-like aspartic proteases. Gene 377: 21-32.
Wagstaff SC, Laing GD, Theakston RDG, Papaspyridis C and Harrison RA (2006). Bioinformatics and multiepitope DNA immunization to design rational snake antivenom PLOS Medicine 3: 184.
Harrison RA, Hasson SS, Harmsen M, Laing GD, Conrath K and Theakston RDG (2006). Neutralisation of venom-induced haemorrhage by IgG from camels and llamas immunised with viper venom and also by endogenous, non-IgG components in camelid sera. Toxicon 47: 364-368.
Harrison RA (2004). Development of venom toxin-specific antibodies by DNA immunisation: rationale and strategies to improve therapy of viper envenoming. Vaccine 22: 1648-1655.
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Harrison RA and Wernery U (2007). The unique properties of camelid IgG have potential to improve the treatment of snake bite. Journal of Camel Practice and Research in Medecine 14: 15-16.
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