1953 年 73 巻 2 号 p. 198-201
The mucuous substance from Gloiopeltis furcata has been found to inhibit blood coagulation, both in vitro and in vivo, tested with rabbits, although some toxicity was found. In diluted solutions, toxicity was not apparent, and the lasting effect was much better than heparin. It also took more than 24 hours for the blood to regain normal coagulation time. The amount of calcium and protein in blood were determined and calcium was assumed to influence to some extent the coagulation inhibition.