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*  Toi toi toi
Saliva traditionally had demon-banishing powers. An alternate operatic good luck charm, originating from Italy, is the phrase " ...
*  Rubulavirus
Transmission routes are respiratory and saliva. "Viral Zone". ExPASy. Retrieved 13 August 2015. ICTV. "Virus Taxonomy: 2014 ... releasing their contaminated saliva. Fortunately, if you get mumps, you're usually immune to future infections of the disease. ...
*  No Way Out (2009)
"Saliva provides No Way Out theme". World Wrestling Entertainment. Retrieved 2009-02-04. "No Way Out 2009". Pro Wrestling ...
*  Pediatric psychology
... or saliva; self-report, health care provider ratings, pill counts, and a variety of monitoring devices, for example, blood ...
*  Human digestive system
Saliva in the mouth can account for 30% of this initial starch digestion. Lipase starts to work on breaking down fats. Lipase ... Saliva functions initially in the digestive system to moisten and soften food into the formation of a bolus. The bolus is ... Saliva also contains a glycoprotein called haptocorrin which is a binding protein to vitamin B12. It binds with the vitamin in ... Saliva also contains a catalytic enzyme called amylase which starts to act on food in the mouth. Another digestive enzyme ...
*  Insect physiology
... which movements of the mouthparts help mix saliva with food in the buccal cavity. Saliva mixes with food, which travels through ... These structures usually reside in the thorax (adjacent to the fore-gut). The salivary glands (30) produce saliva; the salivary ...
*  Histatin
... s are antimicrobial proteins found in saliva. Histatins are antimicrobial and antifungal proteins, and have been found ...
*  Oral manifestations of systemic disease
Saliva sampling may be a non-invasive way to detect changes in the gut microbiome and changes in systemic disease. The ... Therefore, saliva may be a useful alternative to stool as an indicator of bacterial dysbiosis in systemic disease." Another ... Hyperglycemia can be detected by sampling saliva. Investigations into the influence of polycystic ovarian syndrome on the oral ...
*  List of Elemental Gelade characters
Her saliva is poison to Edel Raids. Gladius (グラディアス, Guradiasu) Voiced by: Ken Narita (Japanese); Trevor Devall (English) ...
*  Brevipalpus
The saliva is toxic to the plant. Damage on grapefruit, for example, takes the form of circular, discolored lesions on the ... mites damage their host plants by inserting their relatively long mouthparts into the plant tissue and injecting saliva during ...
*  Wound licking
Oral mucosa heals faster than skin, suggesting that saliva may have properties that aid wound healing. Saliva contains cell- ... Dog saliva has been said by many cultures to have curative powers in people. "Langue de chien, langue de médecin" is a French ... Dog saliva has been reported to complicate the healing of ulcers. Another issue is the possibility of an allergy to proteins in ... Human saliva contains a wide variety of bacteria that are harmless in the mouth, but that may cause significant infection if ...
*  Protease inhibitor (biology)
These proteins were isolated from tick saliva. Bromelain inhibitor VI, in the Inhibitor I67 family, is a double-chain inhibitor ...
*  Simplexvirus
Transmission routes are sexual, contact, and saliva. "Viral Zone". ExPASy. Retrieved 15 June 2015. ICTV. "Virus Taxonomy: 2014 ...
*  Epigenetic clock
Men age faster than women according to epigenetic age acceleration in blood, brain, saliva, and many other tissues. The ... Another estimator was also described in saliva. Horvath's epigenetic clock was developed by Steve Horvath, a professor of human ... Second, surgical menopause (due to bilateral oophorectomy) is associated with epigenetic age acceleration in blood and saliva. ... saliva, uterine cervix, epidermis, muscle) as well as in individual cell types such as CD4 T cells, CD14 monocytes, glial cells ...
*  Chlorpyrifos
Children are more likely to experience muscle weakness rather than twitching; excessive saliva rather than sweat or tears; ... Relatively mild poisoning can result in eye watering, increased saliva and sweating, nausea and headache. Intermediate exposure ...
*  Mike Bucci
... by Saliva (OVW; 2002-2003) "Voices" by Disturbed (OVW; 2003-2004) "Simon System" by Jim Johnston (WWE / OVW; 2004-2006) "I ...
*  Cytomegalovirus
Transmission routes are contact, urine, and saliva. All herpesviruses share a characteristic ability to remain latent within ...
*  Opiorphin
... is an endogenous chemical compound first isolated from human saliva. Initial research with mice shows the compound ... Andy Coghlan (November 13, 2006). "Natural-born painkiller found in human saliva". New Scientist. "Natural chemical 'beats ...
*  Steneotarsonemus spinki
During feeding, they inject a toxic saliva. The mites have been associated with sheath rot as well as bacterial panicle blight ...
*  Virus
... exchange of saliva by mouth, e.g., Epstein-Barr virus; contaminated food or water is ingested, e.g., norovirus; aerosols ...
*  Rhadinovirus
Transmission routes are sexual, contact, and saliva. Group: dsDNA Order: Herpesvirales Family: Herpesviridae Sub-Family: ...
*  Macrotermes bellicosus
The clay is moistened by their saliva. Mound building is usually most labor-intensive in the wet months. Pressures from ...
*  Serous fluid
The parotid gland produces purely serous saliva. The other major salivary glands produce mixed (serous and mucus) saliva. ... Saliva consists of mucus and serous fluid; the serous fluid contains the enzyme amylase, which is important for the digestion ...
*  2007 Indianapolis 500
"Kid Rock, Daughtry, Saliva, Augustana In Lineup". indy500.com. 2007-04-30. Retrieved 2007-05-01. "Super Bowl MVP Manning To ... Other performers during the month included Daughtry, Saliva, Augustana, and Bräck (a band headed by the former Indy 500 ...
*  Melniboné
Instead, they spit a highly flammable venomous saliva. Their venom has special properties: it is caustic, but can be caught and ...