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*  Building insulation materials
They can also be sprayed in place, usually with water-based adhesives. Many types are made of recycled materials (a type of ... Examples include cork, cotton, recycled tissue/clothes, hemp, flax, coco, wool, lightweight wood fiber, cellulose, seaweed, etc ... A small quantity of polyolefin is melted as an adhesive to bind the product together (and is preferable to formaldehyde ... Fiberglass fibers are bound into batts using adhesive binders, which can contain phenol formaldehyde, a hazardous chemical ...
*  Cosmesis
Typical actions include removal of damaged tissue, mitigation of tension on the wound, and/or using fine (thin) sutures to ... Cosmeses are attached to the body using an adhesive, suction, form-fitting, stretchable skin, or a skin sleeve. Dorland's ...
*  Toilet paper
A wall mounted dispensing unit with tissue interfolded in a "S" type leave so the user can extract the tissue one sheet at a ... The wad of toilet paper is usually adhesive due to its moist state, which causes it to stick to the target for maximum ... "Soft Tissue Paper is Hard on the Environment". Simple Ecology. 22 August 2009. "Euro-style Personal Hygiene With the Bidet". ... The average American uses 50 pounds (23 kg) of tissue paper per year which is 50% more than the average of other Western ...
*  Dental impression
This can reduce the efficacy of the adhesive to bind to the tray. Types of Tray Adhesives: Various tray adhesives are available ... Be loose enough around the dental arch to not touch the soft tissues of the mouth. Have a sturdy handle to allow the tray to be ... Tray adhesives usually come in a screw-top bottle with a brush attached to the lid that can be used for applying the adhesive. ... Tray Adhesives: Tray adhesives are used to ensure the retention of the impression material in the impression tray, with or ...
*  Spotted gar
"Fish tissue quality in the lower Mississippi River and health risks from fish consumption." Science of The Total Environment. ... The eggs are green in color and have an adhesive coating to keep them attached to aquatic vegetation. After 10 to 14 days, the ... took fish tissue samples in the Lower Mississippi River to test for heavy metals and organic compounds. Spotted gar was found ...
*  Bunyan Bug
Later, production models were made with a decal (fine tissue) which was lacquered in place making the paper disappear, leaving ... "Use of strong adhesives in seating both wings and body will assist in keeping all parts in proper position." "Tying thread ...
*  Skin
... is a soft tissue and exhibits key mechanical behaviors of these tissues. The most pronounced feature is the J-curve stress ... There are many other functions of the mucous glands such as controlling the pH, thermoregulation, adhesive properties to the ... The subcutaneous tissue (also hypodermis) is not part of the skin, and lies below the dermis. Its purpose is to attach the skin ... The dermis is the layer of skin beneath the epidermis that consists of connective tissue and cushions the body from stress and ...
*  Articular capsule of the humerus
Adhesive capsulitis or frozen shoulder syndrome is a common shoulder capsule pathology that results when injury, surgery, or ... can be performed to loosen the capsule by removing regions of thickened scar tissue within and around the shoulder joint. There ...
*  Woodworking joints
While lumber from a harvested tree is no longer alive, these tissues still absorb and expel water causing swelling and ... Some wood joints employ fasteners, bindings, or adhesives, while others use only wood elements. The characteristics of wooden ... As tracheophytes, trees have lignified tissues which transport resources such as water, minerals and photosynthetic products up ... often without resorting to mechanical fasteners or adhesives. While every culture in which pieces of wood are joined together ...
*  Leukocyte extravasation
Leukocytes use the blood as a transport medium to reach the tissues of the body. Here is a brief summary of each of the four ... For a catch-bond, the force on the cell pulls the adhesive tip of a fimbria to close tighter on its target cell. As the ... Monocytes also use this process in the absence of infection or tissue damage during their development into macrophages. ... White blood cells (leukocytes) perform most of their functions in tissues. Functions include phagocytosis of foreign particles ...
*  Sandcastle worm
But inside the body, the glue needs to eventually degrade, ideally at roughly the same rate as the bone or tissue regrows. ... The proteins that are the basis of its adhesive contain side chains of phosphate and amine groups, which are well-known ... They believe the glue to have applications as a biocompatible medical adhesive, for instance to repair shattered bones. If ... Shao, H; Bachus, KN; Stewart, RJ (2009). "A Water-Borne Adhesive Modeled after the Sandcastle Glue of P. californica". Macromol ...
*  Animal product
Broths and stocks are often created with animal fat, bone, and connective tissue Carmine also known as cochineal (food dye) ... adhesives and paint) Castoreum (secretion of the beaver used in perfumes and possibly in food flavoring) Coral rock Ejaculate ( ...
*  Restoration device
The foreskin can also be retained with a medical adhesive, known as MRS. MRS is a silicone based skin safe adhesive. MRS ... Those who use such a device employ the technique of tissue expansion, which causes new skin to grow. Until the 2nd century AD, ... A small amount of adhesive is applied to the glans, and the skin is rolled up and retained by the MRS. MRS sets up almost ... Some devices are homemade, often designed by men whose skin is easily irritated by adhesive tapes. There are several different ...
*  CDCP1
... is widely expressed in human epithelial tissues, but its phosphorylation is only seen in mitotically detached or shedding ... "The structural features of Trask that mediate its anti-adhesive functions". PLoS One. 6 (4): e19154. doi:10.1371/journal.pone. ...
*  CDH3 (gene)
... its low expression in human placental tissues". The Journal of Cell Biology. 109 (4 Pt 1): 1787-94. doi:10.1083/jcb.109.4.1787 ... "Amino-terminal domain of classic cadherins determines the specificity of the adhesive interactions". Journal of Cell Science. ... "Expression of P-cadherin identifies prostate-specific-antigen-negative cells in epithelial tissues of male sexual accessory ... "Amino-terminal domain of classic cadherins determines the specificity of the adhesive interactions". Journal of Cell Science. ...
*  Coccygectomy
The coccyx is cut away from the surrounding tissues, cut off at the joint with the sacrum, and removed. If the tip of the ... closure of the wound in two layers and use of a topical skin adhesive have been shown to reduce the rate of infection to 0%. In ...
*  Nipple prosthesis
Removing the adhesive from the prostheses is fairly simple and is done with an alcohol swab. The edges of the prostheses remain ... These women also were happier with erotic breast sensation and tissue softness than women with only breast mounds (Wellish 1985 ... However, removing the adhesive is difficult and can easily tear the thin edges of the prosthesis. Most promising though is a ... A water-based acrylic rubber adhesive is applied to the polyurethane, and the prostheses could be adhered to the skin for up to ...
*  Conservation and restoration of fur objects
The adhesive dates from the creation of the object in 1936, so may be breaking down. Also, the lighting and the fact it is on ... The pelts are removed from the animal in a process of skinning and fleshing that removes all the tissue from the skin and pelt ... If the object needs to be stuffed to maintain shape, unbuffered acid-free tissue should be used. The height of taxidermy in the ... The patch should be applied to the object with "Acryloid F-10 in acetone" by applying the adhesive directly to a substrate ...
*  REG3A
Itoh T, Teraoka H (1993). "Cloning and tissue-specific expression of cDNAs for the human and mouse homologues of rat ... 1997). "HIP/PAP is an adhesive protein expressed in hepatocarcinoma, normal Paneth, and pancreatic cells". Am. J. Physiol. 271 ...
*  2008 in science
20 March - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approves a new medical adhesive - a fibrin sealant called Artiss - for use in ... June Spanish surgeon Paolo Macchiarini carries out the world's first tissue-engineered whole organ transplant, successfully ...
*  Nasal strip
A nasal strip, external nasal dilator strip or nasal dilator strip is a type of adhesive bandage with embedded plastic ribs or ... They had observed horses on treadmills and saw that, under exertion, the equine nasal passage also narrowed due to the tissue ... They have no reported side effects other than possible skin irritation from the adhesive. Studies indicate that they are useful ...
*  List of Procter & Gamble brands
... and White Cloud toilet tissues were merged with the company's best known bathroom tissue, Charmin. White Cloud is now sold ... 2015 Align probiotics Crest toothpaste Fibresure supplements Fixodent denture adhesive Scope mouthwash Metamucil laxative/fiber ... The original product was merged into the Charmin brand; Irving Tissue then acquired the trademark and re-introduced the brand ... Clean household cleaners Puffs tissues Luvs disposable diapers Safeguard antibacterial soap brand marketed by Procter & Gamble ...
*  Pleiotrophin
1991). "Isolation of mouse and human cDNA clones encoding a protein expressed specifically in osteoblasts and brain tissues". ... "Isolation and some characteristics of an adhesive factor of brain that enhances neurite outgrowth in central neurons". J. Biol ... pleiotrophin is expressed in the central and peripheral nervous system and also in several non-neural tissues, notably lung, ... mRNA in developing and adult rat tissues". Anat. Embryol. 186 (4): 387-406. doi:10.1007/BF00185989. PMID 1416088. Kadomatsu K, ...
*  Rotator cuff
Changes of adhesive capsulitis can be seen at this interval as edema and fibrosis. Pathology at the interval is also associated ... Assisted passive motion at a low intensity allows the tissues to be stretched slightly without damaging them Continuous passive ... combined with the passive exercises done in the first phase to keep on stretching the tissues without overexerting them. ...
*  Human skin
It consists of loose connective tissue, adipose tissue and elastin. The main cell types are fibroblasts, macrophages and ... by ointments or by means of adhesive patch, such as the nicotine patch or iontophoresis. The skin is an important site of ... The subcutaneous tissue (also hypodermis and subcutis) is not part of the skin, and lies below the dermis of the cutis. Its ... The skin color of people with light skin is determined mainly by the bluish-white connective tissue under the dermis and by the ...
*  Tannin
... s are found in leaf, bud, seed, root, and stem tissues. An example of the location of the tannins in stem tissue is that ... Tannin is a component in a type of industrial particleboard adhesive developed jointly by the Tanzania Industrial Research and ... Tannins may help regulate the growth of these tissues. In all vascular plants studied so far, tannins are manufactured by a ... Idioblasts are isolated plant cells which differ from neighboring tissues and contain non-living substances. They have various ...
*  GnRH Neuron
On their journey from nose to brain, GnRH neurons pass through nasal tissue, the early skull, and move through several regions ... This causes contractions in the cell (similar to muscle contractions) that link to adhesive proteins on the cell surface, ... Most GnRH neurons are born from stem cells in the nasal placode (embryonic nasal tissue). More recently, it was discovered that ...