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No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2020 Status of Asp29 and Asp40 in the Interaction of Naja atra Cardiotoxins with Lipid Bilayers. CTX1, CTX3, MALDI-TOF, SEM-CTX1
2019 Naja atra Cardiotoxin 3 Elicits Autophagy and Apoptosis in U937 Human Leukemia Cells through the Ca2+/PP2A/AMPK Axis. AMPK, PP2A
2019 Naja atra cardiotoxins enhance the protease activity of chymotrypsin. TNS
2018 The role of hydrophobic /hydrophilic balance in the activity of structurally flexible vs. rigid cytolytic polypeptides and analogs developed on their basis. CPs, Ltc
2016 Delineating residues for haemolytic activities of snake venom cardiotoxin 1 from Naja naja as probed by molecular dynamics simulations and in vitro validations. CTX1, EM, MD, TFT
2016 DNA Aptamers against Taiwan Banded Krait alpha-Bungarotoxin Recognize Taiwan Cobra Cardiotoxins. alpha-BGT, CTX3
2016 Putative membrane lytic sites of P-type and S-type cardiotoxins from snake venoms as probed by all-atom molecular dynamics simulations. MD
2013 Unfolding stabilities of two paralogous proteins from Naja naja naja (Indian cobra) as probed by molecular dynamics simulations. MD, NTXs
2010 Interaction of Naja naja atra cardiotoxin 3 with H-trisaccharide modulates its hemolytic activity and membrane-damaging activity. RBCs
10  2010 Role of heparan sulfates and glycosphingolipids in the pore formation of basic polypeptides of cobra cardiotoxin. HS, PFT
11  2009 Differential binding to phospholipid bilayers modulates membrane-damaging activity of Naja naja atra cardiotoxins. DMPA, EYPC, EYSM
12  2007 Structures of heparin-derived tetrasaccharide bound to cobra cardiotoxins: heparin binding at a single protein site with diverse side chain interactions. ---
13  2007 The mechanism of cytotoxicity by Naja naja atra cardiotoxin 3 is physically distant from its membrane-damaging effect. Rcam
14  2006 Non-cytotoxic cobra cardiotoxin A5 binds to alpha(v)beta3 integrin and inhibits bone resorption. Identification of cardiotoxins as non-RGD integrin-binding proteins of the Ly-6 family. ---
15  2006 Novel genes encoding six kinds of three-finger toxins in Ophiophagus hannah (king cobra) and function characterization of two recombinant long-chain neurotoxins. ---
16  2005 Cobra cardiotoxin-induced cell death in fetal rat cardiomyocytes and cortical neurons: different pathway but similar cell surface target. ---
17  2005 Structural difference between group I and group II cobra cardiotoxins: X-ray, NMR, and CD analysis of the effect of cis-proline conformation on three-fingered toxins. ---
18  2004 Cobra cardiotoxin and phospholipase A2 as GAG-binding toxins: on the path from structure to cardiotoxicity and inflammation. GAGs
19  2003 Structural basis of membrane-induced cardiotoxin A3 oligomerization. ---
20  2002 Separation and structure-function studies of Taiwan cobra cardiotoxins. CLBP
21  2000 Membrane binding motif of the P-type cardiotoxin. CTII, DPC
22  1998 Effect of D57N mutation on membrane activity and molecular unfolding of cobra cardiotoxin. TFE
23  1998 Glycosaminoglycans bind to homologous cardiotoxins with different specificity. CS4, CS6, DS, GAGs, HYA, KS
24  1998 The role of acetic acid in the prevention of salt-induced aggregation of snake venom cardiotoxins. ---
25  1997 Heparin and heparan sulfate bind to snake cardiotoxin. Sulfated oligosaccharides as a potential target for cardiotoxin action. CS, DS, HS
26  1994 Two distinct types of cardiotoxin as revealed by the structure and activity relationship of their interaction with zwitterionic phospholipid dispersions. ---