A TONGUE ADVANCER IMPLANT OR REMOVAL TOOL FOR A TONGUE MANIPULATION SYSTEM | OCULAR TISSUE EXPANSION RING | DEVICES AND SYSTEMS FOR SURGICAL RETRACTION | APPARATUS FOR DELIVERING A DEVICE TO A HOLLOW ORGAN | VASCULAR CLOSURE DEVICE |
Eppendorf is a leading life science company that develops and sells instruments, consumables, and services for liquid-, sample-, and cell handling. Its product range includes pipettes and automated pipetting systems, centrifuges, mixers, spectrometers, and DNA amplification equipment as well as ultra-low temperature freezers, fermentors, bioreactors, CO2 incubators, shakers, and cell manipulation systems. Consumables such as pipette tips, tubes, plates, and disposable bioreactors complement the range of highest-quality premium products ...
S. Hundtofte, A. Okamura, and G. Hager. Building a task language for segmentation and recognition of user input to cooperative manipulation systems. In Proc. 10th International Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems, pages 225-230, 2002 ...
1-2) We developed two novel visual systems for use in remote surgery systems. One is a telexistence visual system in which the image at the slave manipulator is projected on fixed screens at the master side, with the position of the video camera being tracked in accordance with the movements of the subjects head. The other is an object-oriented visual display system in which the real environment is painted with a retroreflective material and then used as a screen; the video image is then projected on it using a head-mounted projector. We also developed a force-feedback system for use in a master-slave telesurgery system in which the force-feedback system employed a force-reflection servo-type impedance controller; the master-slave manipulation system was able to perform the required tasks ...
An image data manipulation system is described in which users located remotely from an image data storage library may participate in a collaborative image data rendering and evaluation session. The system includes the exchange of state parameters between the client computer of a user controlling the image rendering, the session driver, and a server computer which relays updated state parameters to other client computers participating in a session. The state parameters are used to update the view on each users computer to keep all the displays of the participants in synch with that of the session driver. The server processes extensive image rendering task for which the remote clients are not equipped and transmits newly-processed image data to the clients as appropriate. One embodiment for educational applications utilizes pre-stored image data sets which eliminates the need to transmit large blocks of image data over a network during a collaborative session.
HtrA is known to be an important stress response protease for many bacteria and has been shown to be critical for virulence in many bacteria, including intracellular pathogens Salmonella enterica and Legionella pneumophila [29, 30]. There is considerable evidence from both microarray and proteomic studies that HtrA is expressed in Chlamydia.. In the absence of a genetic manipulation system, a complementation approach was used to test the physiological function of C. trachomatis HtrA in a heterologous host (E. coli). E. coli HtrA protein (EcHtrA) and C. trachomatis HtrA protein (CtHtrA) are known to have differences in substrate specificity for their protease activities, although both have temperature activated protease activity, and are specific for unfolded proteins [4, 8]. The findings reported here show that the C. trachomatis htrA was able to protect E. coli htrA- against its lethal high temperature phenotype. This suggests that the ability to chaperone and degrade unfolded proteins, ...
Hanseniaspora valbyensis ATCC ® 10631™ Designation: NRRL Y-1626 [ATCC 48013, BI CZAS 381/2, CBS 479, CCRC 21396, CCY 46-2-2, IFO 0670, NCYC 17] Application:
Principle: The familiar BioBrick cloning enzymes (i.e., EcoRI, NotI, XbaI, SpeI, PstI) are Type II restriction enzymes, which cut the sequences that they specifically bind to. The Type IIS Assembly method uses a Type IIS restriction enzyme, which binds at a specific sequence and cuts at a non-specific location exactly five base pairs away. As a result, the enzyme cleaves away its own binding site and leaves behind the most useful feature of assembly, sticky overhangs. When designed properly, Type IIS sites can be used to perform seamless assembly of parts. As an added convenience, this protocol allows cutting and ligation to occur in a single tube, as a single reaction. Thus, gel purification steps can be eliminated. This protocol uses the Type IIS restriction enzyme BsmBI (CGTCTCn/nnnn). ...
The yeasts in the genus Hanseniaspora are lacking a large number of genes found in most other organisms but function well without them.
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The way in which the giant panda, Ailuropoda melanoleuca, uses the radial sesamoid bone - its pseudo-thumb - for grasping makes it one of the most extraordinary manipulation systems in mammalian evolution1, 2, 3, 4, 5. The bone has been reported to function as an active manipulator, enabling the panda to grasp bamboo stems between the bone and the opposing palm2,6, 7, 8. We have used computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and related techniques to analyse a panda hand. The three-dimensional images we obtained indicate that the radial sesamoid bone cannot move independently of its articulated bones, as has been suggested1, 2, 3, but rather acts as part of a functional unit of manipulation. The radial sesamoid bone and the accessory carpal bone form a double pincer-like apparatus in the medial and lateral sides of the hand, respectively, enabling the panda to manipulate objects with great dexterity. ...
Wine aroma response to different participation of selected Hanseniaspora uvarum in mixed fermentation with Saccharomyces cerevisiae published on Food Research International is mainly talking about what role do non-Saccharomyces yeasts play in wine making. It also has to mention that Xu Yinhu, senior engineer in wine and beer making of Angel Yeast Company made contributions to the shaping of this article and performed the experiments.
To illuminate the effect of titanium particles on osteoblast function, we compared the adhesion force of neonatal rat calvarial osteoblasts on fibronectin-coated glass after incubation with titanium particles (80% had diameters of less than 5 microm). The cells were incubated with the particles for 1.5-72 hours. Using a micropipette single-cell manipulation system, we showed that the adhesion force of the osteoblasts to fibronectin-coated glass (1.0 microg/ml) was significantly affected by the presence of particulate debris. The adhesion force of the cells incubated with titanium particles for less than 4 hours was not significantly affected by exposure to the particles; after 4 hours, however, it was significantly reduced relative to that of controls. Aspiration of particle-challenged osteoblasts into the micropipette demonstrated that the particles were not stripped from the cell surface and therefore confirmed that the osteoblasts had ingested them. During aspiration, the particles
Hanseniaspora uvarum is one of the most abundant yeast species found on grapes and in grape must, at least before the onset of alcoholic fermentation (AF) which is usually performed by Saccharomyces species. The aim of ...
2016. 1. ADAM-BLONDON A-F, ALAUX M, POMMIER C, CANTU D, CHENG ZM, CRAMER GR, DAVIES C, DELROT S, DELUC L, DI GASPERO G, GRIMPLET J, FENNEL A, LONDO JP, KERSEY P, MATTIVI F, NAITHANI S, NEVEU P, NIKOLSKI M, PEZZOTTI M, REISCH BL, TOPFER R, VIVIER MA, WARE D,QUESNE. Towards an open grapevine information system. Horticulture Journal 2016; 3:165056, 8 pages.. 2. ALBERTIN A, SETATI ME, MIOT-SERTIER C, MOSTERT TT, COLONNA-CECCALDI B, COULON J, GIRARD P, MOINE V, PILLET M, SALIN F, BELY M, DIVOL BT, MASNEUF-POMAREDE I.Hanseniaspora uvarum from Winemaking Environments Show Spatial and Temporal Genetic Clustering. Frontiers in Microbiology 2016; 6:1-16.. 3. ALEIXANDRE TUDO JL, LIZAMA V, ALVAREZ I, NIEUWOUDT H, GARCIA MJ, ALEIXANDRE J-L, DUTOIT WJ. Effect of acetaldehyde addition on the phenolic substances and volatile compounds of red Tempranillo wines . AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF GRAPE AND WINE RESEARCH 2016; 22 (2):205-214.. 4. CHIDI BS, ROSSOUW D, BAUER FF. Identifying and assessing the impact of wine ...