Created by Susan Stagg-Williams, Dieter Andrew Schweiss, Gavin Sy, and H. Scott Fogler, 1994
Updated by Apeksha Bandi, Gustav Sandborgh, and Arthur Shih, 2013


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Ferreia and Joaa. "Influence of Chemistry in Immobilization of Cobra Venom Phospholipase A2: Implications as to Mechanism." Biochemistry, 32, 8099, [1993].

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Gill, Paul G. Pocket Guide to Wilderness Medicine & First-Aid. Ragged Mountain Press [McGraw-Hill], Camden, Maine, 1997.

Greene, Harry W. Snakes: The Evolution of Mystery in Nature. University of California Press, Berkeley, 1997.

Mahvina, P.; Hildebrandt, D. ;Fogler, S.H. ;Rubin D., "A Simple Model For The Effectiveness Of Neuromuscular Blocking Drugs" by

Malasit, P. "Prevention and Mechanism of Early (anaphylactic) Antivenom Reactions in Victim of Snake Bites." British Medical Journal. January 4, 1986, p. 292.

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"A Physiologically Based Model For Ethanol And Acetaldehyde Metabolism in Human Beings" by David M. Umulis, Nihat M.Gurmen, Prashant Singh, H. Scott Fogler.


Here are a few links to cobra-related sites that you might try.

A National Geographic site on King Cobras.

A Federal Food and Drug Administration Page on Treating Venomous Snake Bites.