Kevin Arbuckle
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The biology of color
IC Cuthill, WL Allen, K Arbuckle, B Caspers, G Chaplin, ME Hauber, ...
Science 357 (6350), eaan0221, 2017
Widespread convergence in toxin resistance by predictable molecular evolution
B Ujvari, NR Casewell, K Sunagar, K Arbuckle, W Wüster, N Lo, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (38), 11911-11916, 2015
Convergent evolution of pain-inducing defensive venom components in spitting cobras
TD Kazandjian, D Petras, SD Robinson, J van Thiel, HW Greene, ...
Science 371 (6527), 386-390, 2021
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
Coevolution takes the sting out of it: Evolutionary biology and mechanisms of toxin resistance in animals
K Arbuckle, RCR de la Vega, NR Casewell
Toxicon 140, 118-131, 2017
Antipredator defenses predict diversification rates
K Arbuckle, MP Speed
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (44), 13597-13602, 2015
Differential procoagulant effects of saw-scaled viper (Serpentes: Viperidae: Echis) snake venoms on human plasma and the narrow taxonomic ranges of antivenom efficacies
A Rogalski, C Soerensen, B Op den Brouw, C Lister, D Dashevsky, ...
Toxicology letters 280, 159-170, 2017
A simple measure of the strength of convergent evolution
K Arbuckle, CM Bennett, MP Speed
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (7), 685-693, 2014
Correlation between ontogenetic dietary shifts and venom variation in Australian brown snakes (Pseudonaja)
V Cipriani, J Debono, J Goldenberg, TNW Jackson, K Arbuckle, J Dobson, ...
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology …, 2017
Evolutionary context of venom in animals
K Arbuckle
Evolution of venomous animals and their toxins 24, 3-31, 2017
Quantification provides a conceptual basis for convergent evolution
MP Speed, K Arbuckle
Biological Reviews 92 (2), 815-829, 2017
Coevolution of snake venom toxic activities and diet: Evidence that ecological generalism favours toxicological diversity
EL Davies, K Arbuckle
Toxins 11 (12), 711, 2019
Catch a tiger snake by its tail: Differential toxicity, co-factor dependence and antivenom efficacy in a procoagulant clade of Australian venomous snakes
C Lister, K Arbuckle, TNW Jackson, J Debono, CN Zdenek, D Dashevsky, ...
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology …, 2017
Enter the dragon: the dynamic and multifunctional evolution of Anguimorpha lizard venoms
I Koludarov, TNW Jackson, B op den Brouw, J Dobson, D Dashevsky, ...
Toxins 9 (8), 242, 2017
Factor X activating Atractaspis snake venoms and the relative coagulotoxicity neutralising efficacy of African antivenoms
B Oulion, JS Dobson, CN Zdenek, K Arbuckle, C Lister, FCP Coimbra, ...
Toxicology Letters 288, 119-128, 2018
Folklore husbandry and a philosophical model for the design of captive management regimes
K Arbuckle
Herpetol. Rev 44, 448-452, 2013
Coagulotoxic effects by brown snake (Pseudonaja) and taipan (Oxyuranus) venoms, and the efficacy of a new antivenom
CN Zdenek, C Hay, K Arbuckle, TNW Jackson, MHA Bos, B op den Brouw, ...
Toxicology in Vitro 58, 97-109, 2019
Ecological function of venom in Varanus, with a compilation of dietary records from the literature
K Arbuckle
Biawak 3 (2), 46-56, 2009
windex: Analyzing Convergent Evolution Using the Wheatsheaf Index in R
K Arbuckle, A Minter
Evolutionary Bioinformatics 11, EBO. S20968, 2015
Tempo and mode of the evolution of venom and poison in tetrapods
RJ Harris, K Arbuckle
Toxins 8 (7), 193, 2016
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