DR. TAN KAE YI
Department of Molecular Medicine
Faculty of Medicinekytan_kae@um.edu.my
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Exploring the diversity and novelty of toxin genes in Naja sumatrana, the Equatorial spitting cobra from Malaysia through de novo venom-gland transcriptomics.
Venom proteome of spine-bellied sea snake (Hydrophis curtus) from Penang, Malaysia: Toxicity correlation, immunoprofiling and cross-neutralization by sea snake antivenom.
Distinctive distribution of secretory phospholipases A2 in the venoms of Afro-Asian cobras (Subgenus: Naja, Afronaja, Boulengerina and Uraeus)
Venomics of Trimeresurus (Popeia) nebularis, the Cameron Highlands pit viper from Malaysia: Insights into venom proteome, toxicity and neutralization of antivenom
Functional Application of Snake Venom Proteomics in In Vivo Antivenom Assessment
A Protein Decomplexation Strategy in Snake Venom Proteomics
Appreciating expired snake antivenoms: a plausible alternative solution to overcome antivenom shortage.
Geographical Variations of Naja kaouthia (Monocled Cobra) Venom from Southeast Asia: a Venomic and Functional Study