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1st International Symposium on Research in Venomous Animals

Manaus, Brazil | 2–5 May 2023

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Wuelton Monteiro, State University of Amazonas, Brazil

Number of Papers: 2
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Cover Story (view full-size image): The 1st International Symposium on Research in Venomous Animals was held May 2–5, 2023, in Manaus-Amazonas, Brazil, at a jungle hotel in a picturesque location situated just 40 minutes from [...] Read more.
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Statement of Peer Review—Immersing in a Neglected Problem Inside the Amazon Jungle: Abstracts of the 1st International Symposium on Research in Venomous Animals, Manaus, Brazil
by Jacqueline Sachett, Felipe Murta, Ana Maria Moura da Silva, Altair Seabra de Farias, Igor Luis Kaefer, Pedro Bisneto, Felipe Augusto Cerni, Érica da Silva Carvalho, Gisele Santos Rocha, Hector Koolen, Vinícius Azevedo Machado, Allyson Guimarães Costa, Vanderson Sampaio, Manuela Pucca, Fan Hui Wen, Marco Aurélio Sartim and Wuelton Monteiro
Biol. Life Sci. Forum 2023, 23(1), 2; https://doi.org/10.3390/blsf2023023002 - 22 Sep 2023
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In submitting conference proceedings to the 1st International Symposium on Research in Venomous Animals, Manaus, Brazil, 2–5 May 2023, the volume editors of the proceedings certify to the publisher that all abstracts published in this volume have been subjected to peer review, [...] Read more.
In submitting conference proceedings to the 1st International Symposium on Research in Venomous Animals, Manaus, Brazil, 2–5 May 2023, the volume editors of the proceedings certify to the publisher that all abstracts published in this volume have been subjected to peer review, performed by a scientific committee administered by the volume editors [...] Full article
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Immersing in a Neglected Problem Inside the Amazon Jungle: Abstracts of the 1st International Symposium on Research in Venomous Animals, Manaus, Brazil
by Jacqueline Sachett, Felipe Murta, Ana Maria Moura da Silva, Altair Seabra de Farias, Igor Luis Kaefer, Pedro Bisneto, Felipe Cerni, Érica da Silva Carvalho, Gisele Santos Rocha, Hector Koolen, Vinícius Azevedo Machado, Allyson Guimarães Costa, Vanderson Sampaio, Manuela Pucca, Fan Hui Wen, Marco Aurélio Sartim and Wuelton Monteiro
Biol. Life Sci. Forum 2023, 23(1), 1; https://doi.org/10.3390/blsf2023023001 - 9 Aug 2023
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The Amazon represents the world’s greatest biodiversity and covers different countries in South America, including Brazil with the largest area. The interaction between the resident population of this area and its ecosystem is responsible for an intense exposure to venomous animals, which are [...] Read more.
The Amazon represents the world’s greatest biodiversity and covers different countries in South America, including Brazil with the largest area. The interaction between the resident population of this area and its ecosystem is responsible for an intense exposure to venomous animals, which are considered an important health issue in the region. Therefore, the 1st International Symposium on Research in Venomous Animals, held from 2 May to 5 May 2023 in the city of Manaus in the state of Amazonas in Brazil, aimed to address animal envenomation aspects in the Brazilian Amazon and the exchange of ideas and knowledge between research groups from around the world. The event was attended by graduate students as well as renowned researchers from the Americas, Europe, and Asia. The event presented a multidisciplinary and translational approach in the area of toxinology, including themes such as clinical envenomation (clinical management, pathophysiology, and public policy strategies), preclinical studies, biological aspects of venomous animals’ venoms (venom composition/variation and geographical distribution), interdisciplinary studies on health anthropology and economics, and bioprospecting aspects (toxins with therapeutic and/or technological potential). Full article
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