*  Bicycle handlebar
The other end of the tape can be help in place with adhesive tape, usually electrical insulation tape or, if started near the ... Without them, the end of the bar can cause serious injury upon hard impact with soft tissue. Plugs are also required by ... Cotton tape, unpadded woven cotton tape with adhesive backing, similar to twill tape. Leather wrap, for example by Brooks ...
*  CYR61
As a cell adhesive substrate, CYR61 induces the activation of focal adhesion kinase, paxillin, RAC, and sustained activation of ... Xie D, Nakachi K, Wang H, Elashoff R, Koeffler HP (2001). "Elevated levels of connective tissue growth factor, WISP-1, and ... Chen CC, Chen N, Lau LF (2001). "The angiogenic factors Cyr61 and CTGF induce adhesive signaling in primary human skin ... In adulthood CYR61 plays important roles in inflammation and tissue repair, and is associated with diseases related to chronic ...
*  Appressorium
Once the spore is hydrated, an adhesive mucilage is released from its tip. During germination, mucilaginous substances continue ... a specialized hyphae that penetrates the tissue surface develops. Cellular glycerol concentration sharply increases during ... suggesting that the adhesive materials are composed of glycoproteins. Germination is also inhibited at high spore ...
*  Microtia
Using the porous framework, which allows the patient's tissue to grow into the material and the patient's own tissue flap, a ... They are typically made of silicone, which is colored to match the surrounding skin and can be attached using either adhesive ... In order to be sure that the rib cage is large enough to provide the necessary donor tissue, some surgeons wait until the ... The major advantage of this surgery is that the patient's own tissue is used for the reconstruction. This surgery varies from ...
*  Dental composite
It also has the benefit of the glass ionomer component releasing fluoride and has superior adhesive properties. RMGICs are now ... and reduce stress within remaining tooth tissue. Unfortunately, it is not as strong in compression and has decreased wear ... The journal of adhesive dentistry. 14 (5): 407-431. doi:10.3290/j.jad.a28390. PMID 23082310. "Dental amalgam or resin composite ... are types of synthetic resins which are used in dentistry as restorative material or adhesives. Synthetic resins evolved as ...
*  Acetabulum (morphology)
It is composed of numerous spines for penetrating and gripping the host tissue. The location and structure of the acetabulum, ... Kier WM, Smith AM (2002). "The structure and adhesive mechanism of octopus suckers". Integr Comp Biol. 42 (6): 1146-1153. doi: ... von Byern J, Klepal W (2005). "Adhesive mechanisms in cephalopods: a review". Biofouling. 22 (5-6): 329-338. doi:10.1080/ ...
*  Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine
... missing and lost tissues: Disabled Accidents Cleft Palate Diabetes Tissue Engineering Tissue engineering is the creation of new ... kits Restorative materials Endodontic materials Periodontal therapies Prosthodontic devices Toothpaste Mouthwash Adhesives ... Tissue engineering is the creation of new replacement tissues Potential patients that could benefit from stem cell therapies ( ... into various other kinds of cells/tissues. All tissues originate from fetal stem cells. Recently adult stem cells have been ...
*  Mites of livestock
The distal segment of the legs, the tarsus, is equipped with a terminal claw or pair of claws and sometimes with an adhesive ... The mites either feed on the tissues of the skin using penetrating mouthparts or on the inflammatory exudate that results from ... Some species of mites have adapted to infesting the internal tissues and organs of their hosts. Cytodites nudus is a typical ... Jones, B. M. (1950). The penetration of the host tissue by the harvest mite, Trombicula autumnalis Shaw. Parasitology, 40: 247- ...
*  Trichodina
... responsible for creating adhesive suction and locomotory power. In the taxonomy of trichodinids, the exact number, shape and ... which provide support for the cell and allow for adhesion to surfaces including fish tissue. Trichodinids are members of the ...
*  Durotaxis
In fact, breast cancer tissue has been reported to be as much as ten times stiffer than normal tissue. Furthermore, a growing ... Galbraith, CG; Sheetz, MP (October 1998). "Forces on adhesive contacts affect cell function". Current Opinion in Cell Biology. ... Elastin - as its name suggests - is a highly elastic protein with an important role in tissues that need to return to their ... It is a common observation that tumors are stiffer than the surrounding tissue, and even serves as the basis for breast cancer ...
*  Henricia sanguinolenta
The Tube Foot Rows use a chemical adhesive to stick to surfaces instead of suction. The tube foot rows help the sea star stick ... Henricia feeds on plankton, sponge tissue, ascidians, and other invertebrates. It is eaten by vertebrates. Sexual reproduction ...
*  AICA ribonucleotide
Currently, the drug has also been shown as a potential treatment for diabetes by increasing the metabolic activity of tissues ... When AICAR is given 24 hours prior to reperfusion, it prevents post ischemic leukocyte-endothelial cell adhesive interactions ...
*  Persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic substances
The ban included the use of PCBs in uncontained sources, such as adhesives, fire retardant fabric treatments, and plasticizers ... and tissue contamination in fish and shellfish. Humans and other organisms, which consume shellfish and/or fish contaminated ...
*  ST8SIA2
Tissue-specific expression, neurite outgrowth, and chromosomal localization in comparison with another polysialyltransferase, ... a modulator of the adhesive properties of neural cell adhesion molecule (NCAM1). This protein is a member of ... Kitagawa H, Paulson JC (July 1994). "Differential expression of five sialyltransferase genes in human tissues". The Journal of ...
*  Peptide amphiphile
Epitopes mimicking the adhesive RGD loop in fibronectin, the IKVAV sequence in laminin and a consensus sequence to bind heparin ... permit the encapsulation of living cells inside these aligned gels and suggest several applications in regenerating tissues ...
*  Polyvinylpyrrolidone
PVP is also used in many technical applications: as an adhesive in glue stick and hot-melt adhesives as a special additive for ... Polyphenols are common in many plant tissues and can deactivate proteins if not removed and therefore inhibit many downstream ... PVP is also used in personal care products, such as shampoos and toothpastes, in paints, and adhesives that must be moistened, ...
*  Conservation and restoration of panel paintings
All adhesives used must adhere to the Code of Ethics described earlier and must be reversible. Various treatments of adhesives ... tissue or foam sealed in a polyethylene bag and monitored over several weeks or months Low Temperature - typically putting the ... Examples of adhesives are: Natural protein adhesives - found through animal products such as casein, albumin, fish glue, and ... which includes removing all forms of the failed adhesive before replacing the adhesive with a more modern counterpart. ...
*  Polymer adsorption
However, the poor adhesive properties of nonpolar polymers makes it difficult to adsorb the protective coating onto its surface ... Protein adsorption influences the interactions that occur at the tissue-implant interface. Protein adsorption can lead to blood ... Petrie, Edward M. "Determining Critical Surface Tension of Solid Substrates". Adhesives & Sealants Formulation. SpecialChem. ...
*  Matrigel
... resembles the complex extracellular environment found in many tissues and is used by cell biologists as a substrate ( ... collagen and heparan sulfate proteoglycans which present cultured cells with the adhesive peptide sequences that they would ... A common laboratory procedure is to dispense small volumes of chilled (4 °C) liquid Matrigel onto plastic tissue culture ... Such networks are highly suggestive of the microvascular capillary systems that suffuse living tissues with blood. Hence, ...
*  Substrate (biology)
Cellulose substrate Rock wool Requirements for animal cell and tissue culture are the same as described for plant cell, tissue ... Therefore, a large number of substrates which may be adhesive (e.g. plastic, glass, palladium, metallic surfaces, etc.) or non- ... adhesive (e.g. agar, agarose, etc.) types may be used as discussed below: Plastic as a substrate. Disposable plastics are ... tissue_organ.php "Micro-vegetable growing" using abiotic substrates at home. ...
*  Laminin, alpha 4
Tissue-specific utilization of alternative polyA-signal has been described in literature. Also, alternative splicing involving ... "Cloning of the LamA3 gene encoding the alpha 3 chain of the adhesive ligand epiligrin. Expression in wound repair". The Journal ... Durkin ME, Loechel F, Mattei MG, Gilpin BJ, Albrechtsen R, Wewer UM (Jul 1997). "Tissue-specific expression of the human ... The RNA analysis from adult and fetal tissues revealed developmental regulation of expression, however, the exact function of ...
*  E-selectin
The local release of cytokines IL-1 and TNF-α by Macrophages in the inflamed tissue induces the over-expression of E-selectin ... Wang HH, Qiu H, Qi K, Orr FW (2005). "Current views concerning the influences of murine hepatic endothelial adhesive and ... It mediates the rolling of leukocytes on the activated endothelium surrounding an inflamed tissue. Both ESL-1 and PSGL-1 should ... It's also found that E-selectin expression increased in human ruptured cerebral aneurysm tissues. E-selectin might be an ...
*  Starch analysis
Residues containing obvious plant tissue are most easily recognizable, while thin smears are not as easy to recognize. charred ... range of human behaviour but starch analysis also allows insights into craft activities involving the preparation of adhesives ...
*  Hyaluronic acid
The initial granulation tissue formed is highly inflammatory with a high rate of tissue turnover mediated by matrix degrading ... By producing anti-adhesive HA, HAS can allow tumor cells to release from the primary tumor mass, and if HA associates with ... Granulation tissue is the perfused, fibrous connective tissue that replaces a fibrin clot in healing wounds. It typically grows ... HA is abundant in granulation tissue matrix. A variety of cell functions that are essential for tissue repair may attribute to ...
*  Arthroscopy
After diagnosing torn tissue, he used open surgery to remove or repair the damaged tissue. Initially, he used an electric ... adhesive capsulitis), chronic tendonitis, removal of loose bodies and partial tears of the long biceps tendon, SLAP lesions and ... This reduces recovery time and may increase the rate of success due to less trauma to the connective tissue. It is has gained ... Surgeons view the joint area on a video monitor, and can diagnose and repair torn joint tissue, such as ligaments. It is ...
*  Neuroregeneration
Phillips, J.B., et al., Neural Tissue Engineering: A self-organizing collagen guidance conduit. Tissue Engineering, 2005. 11(9/ ... When grown on substrates containing both NG2 and adhesive molecules, neurite extension was shown to be reduced by 40-45% when ... In allografts, the tissue for the graft is taken from another person, the donor, and implanted in the recipient. Xenografts ... The nerve repair must be covered by healthy tissue, which can be as simple as closing the skin or it can require moving skin or ...