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      Anti Snack Venom Injection


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      Anti Snack Venom Injection

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      Injection

      Production Capacity

      1 Million Injection/Month

      Snake antivenom, also known as snake venom antiserum and antivenom immunoglobulin is a medication made up of antibodies used to treat snake bites by poisonous snakes.It is a type of antivenom.It a biological product that typically consists of venom neutralizing antibodies derived from a host animal, such as a horse or sheep.

      The host animal is hyperimmunized to one or more snake venoms, a process which creates an immunological response that produces large numbers of neutralizing antibodies against various components (toxins) of the venom.The antibodies are then collected from the host animal, and further processed into snake antivenom for the treatment of envenomation. Snake antivenom can be classified by which antigens (venoms) were used in the production process. If the hyperimmunizing venom is obtained from a single species, then it is considered a monovalent antivenom. If the antivenom contains neutralizing antibodies raised against two or more species of snakes, then the composition is considered polyvalent.

      Antibody composition,Compositions of the antivenom can be classified as whole IgG, or fragments of IgG. Whole antibody products consist of the entire antibody molecule, often immunoglobulin G (IgG), whereas antibody fragments are derived by digesting the whole IgG into Fab (monomeric binding) or F(ab')2 (dimeric binding). The fragment antigen binding, or Fab, is the selective antigen binding region. An antibody, such as IgG, can be digested by papain to produce three fragments: two Fab fragments and one Fc fragment. An antibody can also be digested by pepsin to produce two fragments: a F(ab')2 fragment and a pFc' fragment. The fragment antigen-binding (Fab fragment) is a region on an antibody that binds to antigens, such as venoms. The molecular size of Fab is approximately 50kDa, making it smaller than F(ab')2 which is approximately 110kDa. These size differences greatly affect the tissue distribution and rates of elimination.

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