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Cobra venom question


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Posted by JDT on January 12, 2003 at 19:49:58:

I've heard that cobra bites will often cause tissue necrosis. Why is this? Isn't cobra venom comprised mainly of neurotoxins? I thought that only hemotoxins caused that type of damage.


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