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The first antivenom for snakes (called an anti-ophidic serum) was developed by Albert Calmette , a French scientist of the Pasteur Institute working at its Indochine branch in 1895, against the Indian Cobra ( Naja naja ). In 1901, Vital Brazil , working at the Instituto Butantan in São Paulo , Brazil , developed the first monovalent and polyvalent antivenoms for Central and South American Crotalus and Bothrops genera, as well as for certain species of venomous spiders , scorpions , and frogs . [ citation needed ] In Australia, the Commonwealth Serum Laboratories (CSL) began antivenom research in the 1920s. CSL has developed antivenoms for the redback spider, funnel-web spiders and all deadly Australian snakes. [15]

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