dermonecrotic


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dermonecrotic

[‚dər·mō·nə′kräd·ik]
(medicine)
Pertaining to or causing necrosis of the skin.
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Clinical characterization of dermonecrotic loxoscelism in equine of Cordoba, Colombia
Register, "Expression of the dermonecrotic toxin by Bordetella bronchiseptica is not necessary for predisposing to infection with toxigenic Pasteurella multocida," Veterinary Microbiology, vol.
Ben Gharsa et al., "The pathological effects of Heminecrolysin, a dermonecrotic toxin from Hemiscorpius lepturus scorpion venom are mediated through its lysophospholipase D activity," Toxicon, vol.
perfringens toxins by dermonecrotic test in albino guinea pigs:
The venom is neurotoxic, hemolytic, vasoconstrictive, and dermonecrotic. In addition, proteinaceous crinotoxins are secreted by epidermal cells (Shiomi et al.
The fraction has the lethal effect on mice of whole venom, is dermonecrotic to rabbits13 and has sphingomyelinase D activity16.
perfringens strains were then typed for their toxigenicity and typing by the mice neutralization test and dermonecrotic test in guinea pigs (Murray et al., 2003).
After that, an explosion of reports spread the word about the newly implicated Loxosceles spiders as dermonecrotic agents.
Some investigators propose that dermonecrotic properties are associated with a hydrophobic fraction.
Dermonecrotic and lethal components of Loxosceles gaucho spider venom.