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*  William D. Spotnitz
He also previously served as the director of the hospital's Tissue Adhesive Center, which promoted and advanced the use of ... For his contributions in the "development of tissue adhesives for surgical use", Spotnitz was inducted into the 2004 class of ... doi:10.1016/S0002-9610(01)00771-1. Spotnitz, William D.; Prabhu, Roshan (2005). "Fibrin Sealant Tissue Adhesive−Review and ... doi:10.1016/S0002-9610(01)00770-X. "Tissue Sealants Usage Booming". Adhesives Age. October 1999. Retrieved October 9, 2017 - ...
*  Laminin, alpha 3
Laminins are basement membrane components thought to mediate the attachment, migration and organization of cells into tissues ... "Cloning of the LamA3 gene encoding the alpha 3 chain of the adhesive ligand epiligrin. Expression in wound repair". J Biol Chem ... "An unusual N-terminal deletion of the laminin alpha3a isoform leads to the chronic granulation tissue disorder laryngo-onycho- ... "Differential expression of laminin-5/ladsin subunits in human tissues and cancer cell lines and their induction by tumor ...
*  Tenascin X
The tenascins have anti-adhesive effects, as opposed to fibronectin which is adhesive. This protein is thought to function in ... 2008). "Analysis of obstetric complications and uterine connective tissue in tenascin-X-deficient humans and mice". Cell Tissue ... Tissue Res. 48 (2): 93-8. doi:10.1080/03008200601166160. PMID 17453911. Egging DF, van Vlijmen-Willems I, Choi J, et al. ( ... Cell and Tissue Research. 319 (2): 279-87. doi:10.1007/s00441-004-1011-6. PMID 15558324. Goepel C (2008). "Differential elastin ...
*  Asterozoa
These are joined with muscular and connective tissue giving flexibility. The mouth is on the lower or oral surface. It serves ... The tube feet do not have adhesive properties, but serve a sensory function. In all the extant genera, the ambulacral plates ...
*  Central venous catheter
The catheter is held in place by an adhesive dressing, suture, or staple which is covered by an occlusive dressing. Regular ... Hickman lines also have a "cuff" under the skin, to prevent bacterial migration.[citation needed] The cuff also causes tissue ...
*  Palatal obturator
Palatal adhesives are oral adhesives or skin barrier materials used to occlude a fistula of the hard palate. Obturators of this ... A palatal obturator may be used in cases of a deficiency in tissue, when a remaining opening in the palate occurs. In some ... Users must cut the new piece of adhesive and hold it over the fistula until it adheres. Adhesives are not to be used for soft ... Individuals who use palatal plates must be monitored periodically by their dental professionals due to possible tissue ...
*  Catch bond
According to the researchers, "Robust cadherin adhesion is essential for maintaining the integrity of tissue such as the skin, ... This knowledge is important not only in understanding bacteria, but also for learning how anti-adhesive technologies can be ... Coated outside the membrane of leukocytes are microvilli, which have various types of adhesive molecules, including P-selectin ...
*  Sucker (zoology)
The connective tissues are linked with muscles that extend into the main body. In tapeworms, the sucker is called bothridium ( ... Some amphibians such as the frog have adhesive pads on their toes to help with their locomotion. In the class Turbellaria, only ... In tapeworms and flukes, they are a parasitic adaptation for attachment on the internal tissues of the host, such as intestines ... Maie, T.; Schoenfuss, H. L.; Blob, R. W. (2012). "Performance and scaling of a novel locomotor structure: adhesive capacity of ...
*  First aid kit
Adhesive bandages (band-aids, sticking plasters) - can include ones shaped for particular body parts, such as knuckles Moleskin ... Typically benzalkonium chloride, which disinfects wounds with minimal stinging or harm to exposed tissue. Can also be used as ... Typical contents include adhesive bandages, regular strength pain medication, gauze and low grade disinfectant. Specialized ... Burn dressing, which is usually a sterile pad soaked in a cooling gel Adhesive tape, hypoallergenic Hemostatic agents may be ...
*  Mesothelium
They can invade and damage nearby tissues and organs. Cancer cells can also metastasize (spread) from their original site to ... non-adhesive, and protective surface to facilitate intracoelomic movement. The mesothelium is also implicated in the transport ... Mesothelial tissue also surrounds the male internal reproductive organs (the tunica vaginalis testis) and covers the internal ... "Tissues, Layers, and Organs: transverse section of rat gut". ... membrane supported by dense irregular connective tissue. ...
*  Bioproducts
Lignocellulosic tissues are biologically-derived natural resources containing some of the main constituents of the natural ... bio-based adhesives, biochemicals, bioplastics, etc. Emerging bioproducts are active subjects of research and development, and ... as is the case in woody plant tissues. Other energy storage chemicals in plants include oils, waxes, fats, etc., and because ...
*  Bryozoa
It is unknown how the coleom forms, since the metamorphosis from larva to adult destroys all of the larva's internal tissues. ... and an adhesive sac that everts and anchors them when they settle on a surface. Some gymnolaemate species produce cyphonautes ... The body wall consists of the epidermis, basal lamina (a mat of non-cellular material), connective tissue, muscles, and the ... Ctenostomes with phosphatized soft tissue are known from the Devonian. Other types of filter feeders appeared around the same ...
*  Sea urchin
... s have no visible eyes, legs, or means of propulsion, but can move freely over hard surfaces using adhesive tube feet ... It is surrounded by lips of softer tissue, with numerous small, bony pieces embedded in it. This area, called the peristome, ... Burdsal, CA; Alliegro, MC; McClay, DR (1991). "Tissue-specific, temporal changes in cell adhesion to echinonectin in the sea ... Bodnar, Andrea G.; Coffman, James A. (2016-08-01). "Maintenance of somatic tissue regeneration with age in short- and long- ...
*  Operating theater
An electronic monitor (which records the heart rate and respiratory rate by adhesive patches that are placed on the patient's ... uses high frequency electrical signals to cauterize or seal off blood vessels and may also be used to cut through tissue with a ...
*  Stichodactyla haddoni
The column, external structure of an anemone visible when the animal is closed, has small, non-adhesive bumps (verrucae) which ... The first is internal via photosynthesis of its symbiotic zooxanthellae, living in its tissues. And the second is through ...
*  Embalming
Tissue Building chemicals (Tissue Builders) become solid with the introduction of liquids such as water or interstitial fluids ... The mouth may be closed via suturing with a needle and ligature, using an adhesive, or by setting a wire into the maxilla and ... In the event of trauma or natural depressions on the face or hands, tissue builder is also used to return those regions of the ... Hypodermic embalming is a supplemental method which refers to the injection of embalming chemicals into tissue with a ...
*  Calcific tendinitis
The condition is related to and may cause adhesive capsulitis ("frozen shoulder"). Pain is often aggravated by elevation of the ... The third theory involves ectopic bone formation from metaplasia of mesenchymal stem cells normally present in tendon tissue ...
*  SdrG C terminal protein domain
Such adhesins have also been named MSCRAMMs which is short for microbial surface components recognizing adhesive matrix ... these proteins act as adhesins and help the bacteria adhere to the host tissues via a dock-lock-latch mechanism. This protein ... a fibrinogen-binding bacterial adhesin of the microbial surface components recognizing adhesive matrix molecules subfamily from ...
*  Protoreaster linckii
They are located inside the layer of connective tissue. This skeleton supports the large central disk. It is distributed in the ... Biological Adhesive Systems: From Nature to Technical and Medical Application. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN ...
*  Orbiliaceae
Adhesive column: a layer of cells on a hyphae with an adhesive surface. Constricting rings: these are rings of hyphae that ... Orbiliaceae do not have stromata, dense structural tissue that produces fruit bodies. They have small disc-shaped apothecia, ... Adhesive knob: a roughly spherical cell, attached to the hyphae either directly or on an erect stalk. Adhesive knobs are ... There are 5 types of trap mechanisms recognized in this family: Adhesive network: the most common trap, formed by hyphal ...
*  SEMA3C
Herman JG, Meadows GG (May 2007). "Increased class 3 semaphorin expression modulates the invasive and adhesive properties of ... in the synovial tissue of patients with rheumatoid arthritis". Arthritis and Rheumatism. 50 (4): 1156-63. doi:10.1002/art.20110 ...
*  Mute (music)
They can be muted by laying a small piece of cloth (or in a pinch, a credit card, adhesive bandages, or even sanitary napkins ... brand gel air freshener container filled with tissue or fabric. The mute is held in the bell with weatherstripping. The self- ... The construction consists of a lightweight urethane foam ring held in place by an adhesive strip. The purpose of the RingMute ... but there are also specialized adhesive cloth mutes that stick to the head of the drum. Timpani players will run their fingers ...
*  Low level laser therapy
Da Silva, J. P.; Da Silva, M. A.; Almeida, A. P. F.; Junior, I. L.; Matos, A. P. (2010). "Laser Therapy in the Tissue Repair ... Page, MJ; Green, S; Kramer, S; Johnston, RV; McBain, B; Buchbinder, R (Oct 1, 2014). "Electrotherapy modalities for adhesive ... Whereas "high-power" lasers are used in laser medicine to cut or destroy tissue, low-power lasers are claimed to relieve pain ... Ferraresi, C; Hamblin, MR; Parizotto, NA (1 November 2012). "Low-level laser (light) therapy (LLLT) on muscle tissue: ...
*  Transdermal analgesic patch
A transdermal analgesic or pain relief patch is a medicated adhesive patch used to relieve minor to severe pain. There are two ... for the treatment of mild to moderate pain caused by soft tissue injury (e.g. strains and sprains), arthritis, or backache. ...
*  Corneocyte
Three adhesive proteins desmoglein-1, desmocollin-1 and corneodesmosin compose the corneodesmosomes and provide the cohesive ... while maintaining the tissue thickness. Dry skin (xerosis) involves increased thickness of stratum corneum (hyperkeratosis), ...
*  Ascidiacea
Cords of connective tissue cross the atrium to maintain the general shape of the body. The outer body wall consists of ... Adhesive secretion prompts an irreversible metamorphosis: various organs (such as the larval tail and fins) are lost while ... Unlike the shells of molluscs, the tunic is composed of living tissue, and often has its own blood supply. In some colonial ... Although there is no true brain, the largest ganglion is located in the connective tissue between the two siphons, and sends ...
*  Acute inhalation injury
Potential tissue reparative agents can be evaluated in vitro by determining their effects on stimulation of pulmonary and ... It has also been used in the production of rubbers and adhesives. As a highly toxic and irritating material, it is hazardous to ... Chlorine is a strong oxidizing element causing the hydrogen to split from water in moist tissue, resulting in nascent oxygen ... Drugs that reduce the inflammatory response, promote healing of tissues, and prevent the onset of pulmonary edema or secondary ...