Freek J. Vonk
Freek J. Vonk
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Complex cocktails: the evolutionary novelty of venoms
NR Casewell, W Wüster, FJ Vonk, RA Harrison, BG Fry
Trends in ecology & evolution 28 (4), 219-229, 2013
5602013
Early evolution of the venom system in lizards and snakes
BG Fry, N Vidal, JA Norman, FJ Vonk, H Scheib, SFR Ramjan, S Kuruppu, ...
Nature 439 (7076), 584-588, 2006
5472006
The king cobra genome reveals dynamic gene evolution and adaptation in the snake venom system
FJ Vonk, NR Casewell, CV Henkel, AM Heimberg, HJ Jansen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (51), 20651-20656, 2013
3642013
The Burmese python genome reveals the molecular basis for extreme adaptation in snakes
TA Castoe, APJ de Koning, KT Hall, DC Card, DR Schield, MK Fujita, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (51), 20645-20650, 2013
2362013
Zebrafish development and regeneration: new tools for biomedical research
SA Brittijn, SJ Duivesteijn, M Belmamoune, LFM Bertens, W Bitter, ...
International Journal of Developmental Biology 53 (5-6), 835-850, 2009
1672009
Evolutionary origin and development of snake fangs
FJ Vonk, JF Admiraal, K Jackson, R Reshef, MAG de Bakker, ...
Nature 454 (7204), 630-633, 2008
1392008
Snake venom: From fieldwork to the clinic: Recent insights into snake biology, together with new technology allowing high‐throughput screening of venom, bring new hope for drug …
FJ Vonk, K Jackson, R Doley, F Madaras, PJ Mirtschin, N Vidal
Bioessays 33 (4), 269-279, 2011
1102011
Axial patterning in snakes and caecilians: evidence for an alternative interpretation of the Hox code
JM Woltering, FJ Vonk, H Müller, N Bardine, IL Tuduce, MAG de Bakker, ...
Developmental biology 332 (1), 82-89, 2009
962009
Molecular evidence for an Asian origin of monitor lizards followed by Tertiary dispersals to Africa and Australasia
N Vidal, J Marin, J Sassi, FU Battistuzzi, S Donnellan, AJ Fitch, BG Fry, ...
Biology Letters 8 (5), 853-855, 2012
652012
Glycosphingolipid-facilitated Membrane Insertion and Internalization of Cobra Cardiotoxin THE SULFATIDE· CARDIOTOXIN COMPLEX STRUCTURE IN A MEMBRANE-LIKE ENVIRONMENT SUGGESTS A …
CH Wang, JH Liu, SC Lee, CD Hsiao, W Wu
Journal of Biological Chemistry 281 (1), 656-667, 2006
612006
How the cobra got its flesh-eating venom: Cytotoxicity as a defensive innovation and its co-evolution with hooding, aposematic marking, and spitting
N Panagides, TNW Jackson, MP Ikonomopoulou, K Arbuckle, R Pretzler, ...
Toxins 9 (3), 103, 2017
472017
The paraspecific neutralisation of snake venom induced coagulopathy by antivenoms
S Ainsworth, J Slagboom, N Alomran, D Pla, Y Alhamdi, SI King, ...
Communications biology 1 (1), 1-14, 2018
462018
Transcriptomic analysis of the venom gland of the red-headed krait (Bungarus flaviceps) using expressed sequence tags
AS Siang, R Doley, FJ Vonk, RM Kini
BMC molecular biology 11 (1), 24, 2010
412010
Developmental expression of the alpha-skeletal actin gene
LD Bertola, EB Ott, S Griepsma, FJ Vonk, CP Bagowski
BMC evolutionary biology 8 (1), 166, 2008
342008
Evolution and development of ventricular septation in the amniote heart
RE Poelmann, AC Gittenberger-de Groot, R Vicente-Steijn, LJ Wisse, ...
PLoS One 9 (9), e106569, 2014
302014
Historical contingency in a multigene family facilitates adaptive evolution of toxin resistance
JW McGlothlin, ME Kobiela, CR Feldman, TA Castoe, SL Geffeney, ...
Current Biology 26 (12), 1616-1621, 2016
262016
An efficient analytical platform for on-line microfluidic profiling of neuroactive snake venoms towards nicotinic receptor affinity
F Heus, F Vonk, RA Otvos, B Bruyneel, AB Smit, H Lingeman, ...
Toxicon 61, 112-124, 2013
252013
Coagulotoxic cobras: Clinical implications of strong anticoagulant actions of African spitting Naja Venoms that are not neutralised by antivenom but are by LY315920 (Varespladib)
MA Bittenbinder, CN Zdenek, B Op den Brouw, NJ Youngman, JS Dobson, ...
Toxins 10 (12), 516, 2018
232018
Serpent clocks tick faster
FJ Vonk, MK Richardson
Nature 454 (7202), 282-283, 2008
232008
Endless forms most beautiful: The evolution of ophidian oral glands, including the venom system, and the use of appropriate terminology for homologous structures
TNW Jackson, B Young, G Underwood, CJ McCarthy, E Kochva, N Vidal, ...
Zoomorphology 136 (1), 107-130, 2017
192017
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