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*  Dental bonding
It studies the nature and strength of adhesion to dental hard tissues, properties of adhesive materials, causes and mechanisms ... The term "universal" adhesive is not new. In fact, many early bonding agents were named or described as "universal" adhesives, ... Fixed prosthodontics Cosmetic dentistry The Journal of Adhesive Dentistry: Online Introduction "The History of Adhesive Bonding ... "universal adhesive". It is highly confusing what the term "universal" means. In 2012, the term "universal adhesive" has several ...
*  Instruments used in general surgery
tissue unifying instruments and materials: needle holders, surgical needles, staplers, clips, adhesive tapes. Instruments used ...
*  Joint capsule
It is made up of dense irregular connective tissue. Frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis) is a disorder in which the shoulder ... composed of avascular white fibrous tissue an inner (synovial membrane, synovial stratum) which is a secreting layer On the ...
*  Double-sided tape
For example, double-sided tissue tape, an easy-to-rip double-sided tape, is created by applying adhesive to two sides of tissue ... Most adhesive tapes are manufactured in log form, such as a large 1 to 3 meter wide roll, and then an adhesive tape converter ... Adhesive tape Duct tape Masking tape Electrical tape List of adhesive tapes. ... Double-sided tape is any pressure-sensitive tape that is coated with adhesive on both sides. It is designed to stick two ...
*  Tissue paper
The yankee cylinder is sprayed with adhesives to make the paper stick. Creping is done by the yankee's doctor blade that is ... Tissue paper or simply tissue is a lightweight paper or, light crêpe paper. Tissue can be made from recycled paper pulp. Key ... Hygienic tissue paper is commonly used for facial tissue (paper handkerchiefs), napkins, bathroom tissue and household towels. ... 2016 European Tissue Symposium "ETS: About Us". Retrieved on 2010-01-02 Tissue "Is tissue becoming a safe haven for the global ...
*  Tennessee Eastman Co v Canada (Commissioner of Patents)
... for surgical bonding of body tissues which comprises applying to at least one of the tissue surfaces to be bonded an adhesive ...
*  No-Cal (model aircraft)
... attaching the printed tissue sheet to the wood with adhesive, and trimming around that printed image. Flying Aces Club (FAC) No ... Construction typically involves laying out a pre-printed tissue sheet atop a structure of lightweight wood such as balsa, ...
*  Cyanoacrylate
A mechanical adhesive bond may be formed around glass fibre mat or tissue to reinforce joints or to fabricate small parts. When ... Cyanoacrylate adhesives have a short shelf life if not used, about one year from manufacture if unopened, and one month once ... Most standard cyanoacrylate adhesives do not bond well with smooth glass, although they can be used as a quick, temporary bond ... Cyanoacrylate adhesives are sometimes known generically as instant glues, power glues or superglues (although "Super Glue" is a ...
*  Collocyte
Cloney, Richard A. ; Larval adhesive organs and metamorphosis in ascidians; Cell and Tissue Research, Volume 183, Number 4, 423 ... resemblance between sponge tissue and a particular class of ground tissue in plants. The collencytes are one of the classes of ... When a glandular structure has the ability to perform both the adhesion and the dissolving of the adhesive, it is called a duo- ... Adhesive secretions in the Platyhelminthes. Adv Parasitol. 2001;48:101-224 Lengerer B, Pjeta R, Wunderer J, Rodrigues M, Arbore ...
*  Amalgam (dentistry)
Varga, J; Matsumura, H; Masuhara, E (1986). "Bonding of amalgam filling to tooth cavity with adhesive resin". Dent Mater J. 5: ... Shimizu, A; Ui, T; Kawakami, M (1986). "Bond strength between amalgam and tooth hard tissues with application of fluoride, ... Shimizu, A; Ui, T; Kawakami, M (1987). "Microleakage of amalgam restorations with adhesive resin cement lining, glass ionomer ... Shimizu, A; Ui, T; Kawakami, M; Tsuchitani, Y (1987). "Adhesive amalgam restoration with resin cement lining: Basic technique ...
*  Epineurial repair
The results showed that MDP with fibrin tissue adhesive (FTA) and epineurial sutures were the best performing group among the ... After removal of scarred nerve tissue, the nerve is freed from surrounding soft tissues and its course may be shifted to allow ... Nerve tissue loss is associated with the more severe nerve injuries. 50-60% of sensory and motor neurons has been calculated ... Trauma to the nerve by cutting out each fascicle and fibrosis, a build up of tissue as a reaction, that develops due to the ...
*  Decellularization of porcine heart valve
This tissue allows for rapid repopulation with host cells due to the cellular adhesive property of its surface. Conventional ... Impact of decellularization of xenogeneic tissue on extracellular matrix integrity for tissue engineering of heart valves. ... This decellularized valve tissue provides a scaffold with the remaining extracellular matrix (ECM) that can then be used for ... Tissue Engineering, 17(19-20):2399-2405. Guyton, Arthur C., & John E. Hall. Medical Physiology. 11th ed. Pennsylvania, PHIL: ...
*  Solenis
... tissue and towel and specialties and wood adhesives. "Ashland Water Technologies rebrands as Solenis". Tissue World. "Solenis ... Soy-based adhesives are often used in the manufacturing of wood products such as plywood and medium density fiberboard, ... Soyad adhesives meet both CARB Phase 2 standards and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) criteria. As a result ... "Soy-Based Adhesives Provide Formaldehyde-Free Alternative for Interior Wood Products" United Soybean Board, January 2012 " ...
*  Nectin
... s are ubiquitously expressed and have adhesive roles in a wide range of tissues such as the adherens junction of ... epithelia or the chemical synapse of the neuronal tissue. So far four nectins have been identified in humans, namely nectin-1, ...
*  AOC3
Serum VAP-1 originates from many tissues. VAP-1 has adhesive properties, functional monoamine oxidase activity, and possibly ... VAP-1 is found in the smooth muscle of blood vessels and various other tissues, and can mostly be found in two forms: tissue- ... The tissue-bound SSAO is primarily located in the leukocytes, adipocytes, and the endothelium of highly vascularized tissues, ... it is difficult to study VAP-1 in cell or tissue systems, since the enzyme progressively loses its expression, and immortalized ...
*  Adhesive capsulitis of shoulder
A physician may also perform manipulation under anesthesia, which breaks up the adhesions and scar tissue in the joint to help ... Chapter on ultrasound findings of adhesive capsulitis available at ShoulderUS.com Ewald, A. (2011). "Adhesive capsulitis: A ... Adhesive capsulitis (also known as frozen shoulder) is a painful and disabling disorder of unclear cause in which the shoulder ... Imaging features of adhesive capsulitis are seen on non-contrast MRI, though MR arthrography and invasive arthroscopy are more ...
*  Early childhood caries
... is a procedure based on removing carious tooth tissues using hand instruments alone and restoring the cavity with an adhesive ...
*  Role of cell adhesions in neural development
This suggests that in addition to tissue repair, thy-1 might have roles in early CNS tissue development and organization. The ... It has also been shown that these adhesive cadherin molecules are internalized, and recycled by the migratory neuron. This ... Some have even proposed that L1CAM expression is elevated in vivo during tissue repair, which would support the notion that it ... This astrocyte-neuron feedback has been proposed as a mechanism involved in CNS tissue repair post-injury, as a down regulation ...
*  10-Methacryloyloxydecyl dihydrogen phosphate
J. Yamauchi, N. Nakabayashi, E. Masuhara, "Adhesive Agents for Hard Tissue Containing Phosphoric Acid Monomers", ACS Polymer ... Dental bonding agent Dental adhesive Dental resin cement Dental adhesive primer Adhesive Dental bonding Dentine bonding agents ... The results of the experiments have provided more suitable chemical structure of adhesive monomers, one is MDP. The adhesive ... In order to create adhesive monomers having higher performance, investigation and optimization of adhesive monomer molecular ...
*  Omya
The company's major markets are forest products (fiber-based products such as paper, board and tissue), polymers, building ... materials (paints, coatings, sealants, adhesives and construction materials) as well as life sciences (food, feed, ...
*  John Waterlow
To investigate the cases, he made a microbalance using the newly invented adhesive araldite, to weigh 2 mg samples of liver ... tissue and also a microrespirometer to measure the enzyme activity in the samples. The microrespirometer is said to have been ...
*  Dentures
Adhesives improve retention, seal the borders to prevent food from slipping under, and cusion the soft tissues from the rigid ... Covering the entire denture fitting surface in adhesive makes it stay in less well. Adhesives may compensate for gradual ... Using denture adhesive may improve the fit, but it tends to work best when only a small amount is used. ... This is to give the tissues a chance to recover, and wearing dentures at night is likened to sleeping in shoes. The main risk ...
*  Cryptasterina pentagona
Now about nine days old, they attach themselves to the substrate with an adhesive disc. After a complex rearrangement of ... tissues during metamorphosis, they detach themselves and crawl away as miniature, five-rayed starfish. These new juveniles have ...
*  MSCRAMM
Also, S. aureus expresses fibronectin-binding proteins, which promote binding to mucosal cells and tissue matrices. This ... MSCRAMM (acronym for "microbial surface components recognizing adhesive matrix molecules") adhesin proteins mediate the initial ... "The Microbial Surface Components Recognizing Adhesive Matrix Molecules (MSCRAMMs) Genes among Clinical Isolates of ... attachment of bacteria to host tissue, providing a critical step to establish infection. Examples include protein A, clumping ...
*  Acoustic tag
... adhesive compounds is typically not used for fish as scale fluids do not allow for any successful attachment to scale tissue. ...
*  Collagen, type XVII, alpha 1
Most immunodominant epitopes lie within the NC16A domain, and the binding of the autoantibodies perturbs adhesive functions of ... Aho, S; Uitto J (March 1999). "180-kD bullous pemphigoid antigen/type XVII collagen: tissue-specific expression and molecular ... Aho, S; Rothenberger K; Uitto J (June 1999). "Human p120ctn catenin: tissue-specific expression of isoforms and molecular ... Aho S, Uitto J (1999). "180-kD bullous pemphigoid antigen/type XVII collagen: tissue-specific expression and molecular ...