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*  Lindow Woman
The remains were a skull fragment, with soft tissue and hair attached, and were dated to the Roman period. In 1984 the same bog ... After they removed the adhesive remains of peat, they realized the incomplete preserved human head with attached remnants of ... soft tissue, brain, eye, optic nerve, and hair. The police summoned by the Scouts[clarification needed] suspected a crime, ...
*  Multiple Epidermal Growth Factor-like Domains 8
MEGF8 is found to be expressed at high levels in cardiac myocytes and fetal brain tissue, according to GeoProfiles, from NCBI. ... and integrins may mediate adhesive or migratory functions of epithelial cells. One of the key attributes of MEGF8's tertiary ... This GeoProfile also indicated that MEGF8 was found to be at moderate to moderately low expression levels in all other tissues ... NCBI GeoProfile data also provided the tissue expression graph for MEGF8 in humans, which is displayed to the right, further ...
*  ICD-10 Chapter XII: Diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue
Allergic contact dermatitis due to adhesives (L23.2) Allergic contact dermatitis due to cosmetics (L23.3) Allergic contact ... Other follicular cysts of skin and subcutaneous tissue (L72.9) Follicular cyst of skin and subcutaneous tissue, unspecified ( ... Foreign body granuloma of skin and subcutaneous tissue (L92.8) Other granulomatous disorders of skin and subcutaneous tissue ( ... Other specified disorders of skin and subcutaneous tissue (L98.9) Disorder of skin and subcutaneous tissue, unspecified (L99) ...
*  Fibrosis
... soft tissue of the retroperitoneum) Scleroderma/systemic sclerosis (skin, lungs) Some forms of adhesive capsulitis (shoulder) ... Fibrosis is the formation of excess fibrous connective tissue in an organ or tissue in a reparative or reactive process. This ... which deposit extracellular matrix into the surrounding connective tissue. This process of tissue repair is a complex one, with ... Fibrosis can be used to describe the pathological state of excess deposition of fibrous tissue, as well as the process of ...
*  Endodontic crown
They are luted to the tooth structure by an adhesive material. The ceramic can be milled using computer-aided techniques or ... They may also be used in situations of excessive loss of coronal dental tissue. Reinforced, acid etchable dental ceramics have ... utilizing adhesive procedures and placement of full-coverage crowns with a sufficient ferrule, but it was found that excessive ... The journal of adhesive dentistry. 1 (3): 255-65. PMID 11725673. Deesri, W; Kunzelmann, KH; Ilie, N; Hickel, R (June 26, 2003 ...
*  Amino acid dating
All biological tissues contain amino acids. All amino acids except glycine (the simplest one) are optically active, having a ... These have produced models of protein adhesive and other biopolymer deteriorations and the concurrent pore system development. ... Amino acid racemization also has a role in tissue and protein degradation studies, particularly useful in developing museum ... repair capability during aging is important to studies of longevity and old age tissue breakdown disorders, and allows the ...
*  Andreas Oechsner
L.F.M. da Silva, A. Pirondi, A. Öchsner (Eds.): Hybrid Adhesive Joints (309 pages). Berlin, Germany: Springer 2011. L.F.M. da ... A. Öchsner, W. Ahmed (Eds.): Biomechanics of Hard Tissues (306 pages). Weinheim, Germany: Wiley-VCH 2010. ... Experimental and Computational Mechanics Thin Structures and Interphases Diffusion Simulation in Metals Adhesive Technology ...
*  ICD-10 Chapter XIII: Diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue
Soft tissue disorders in diseases classified elsewhere (M75) Shoulder lesions (M75.0) Adhesive capsulitis of shoulder (M75.1) ... Other soft tissue disorders related to use, overuse and pressure (M70.9) Unspecified soft tissue disorder related to use, ... Other specified soft tissue disorders (M79.9) Soft tissue disorder, unspecified (M80) Osteoporosis with pathological fracture ( ... Other specified systemic involvement of connective tissue (M35.9) Systemic involvement of connective tissue, unspecified (M36) ...
*  Scar
During tissue repair, specialized cells called myofibroblasts migrate to the wound where they generate the adhesive and tensile ... but the composition of the scar tissue, compared to the normal tissue, is different. Scar tissue also lacks elasticity unlike ... Scar tissue is composed of the same protein (collagen) as the tissue that it replaces, but the fiber composition of the protein ... Essentially the process involves separating the skin tissue in the affected area from the deeper scar tissue. This allows the ...
*  List of ICD-9 codes 710-739: diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue
Adhesive capsulitis, shoulder (726.1) Rotator cuff syndrome, NOS (Not Otherwise Specified) (726.12) Bicipital tenosynovitis ( ... 710) Diffuse diseases of connective tissue (710.0) Systemic lupus erythematosus (710.2) Sjögren's syndrome (710.3) ... Other disorders of soft tissues (729.0) Rheumatism unspecified and fibrositis (729.1) Myalgia and myositis, Fibromyositis ( ... Foreign body in soft tissue (729.7) Nontraumatic compartment syndrome (730) Osteomyelitis, periostitis, and other infections ...
*  Arachnoiditis
Prior spinal surgery has been documented as a cause of arachnoiditis ossificans, as well as for the adhesive form. It can also ... Inflammation can sometimes lead to the formation of scar tissue and adhesion that can make the spinal nerves "stick" together, ... 1978). "Lumbar adhesive arachnoiditis. Etiologic and pathologic aspects". Spine. 3 (1): 45-50. doi:10.1097/00007632-197803000- ... The condition is extremely painful, especially when progressing to adhesive arachnoiditis. Another form of the condition is ...
*  Freeze spray
Thus it is useful for removing many types of pressure sensitive adhesives. In medical applications, spray cans containing ... dimethyl ether or tetrafluoroethane may also be used to freeze and destroy tissue, for removal of warts and skin tags, or other ...
*  M-Xylylenediamine
It can cause chemical burns, tissue damage, delayed pulmonary edema, shock, and skin sensitization. Symptoms of inhalation ... m-Xylylenediamine is used in a variety of industrial applications, including paints, sealants, adhesives, and coatings. ...
*  Hydrophobic light-activated adhesive
Sutures can damage heart tissue and take too long to apply. Staples can also damage heart tissue. Existing surgical adhesives ... Hydrophobic light-activated adhesive (HLAA) is a type of glue that sets in seconds, but only after exposure to ultraviolet ... One other surgical adhesive cures when exposed to water. "New superglue fixes holes in the heart". Gizmag.com. 2014-01-10. ... It is not rejected by the body and is sufficiently adhesive and elastic that it is not pulled loose or damaged by the ...
*  Bioadhesive
... green lumber Mussel adhesive proteins can assist in attaching cells to plastic surfaces in laboratory cell and tissue culture ... 2006) Biological Adhesives. Springer, Berlin. ISBN 978-3-540-31048-8 Graham, L.D. (2008) Biological adhesives from nature. In: ... Highly effective adhesives found in the natural world are currently under investigation but not yet in widespread commercial ... Bioadhesives are natural polymeric materials that act as adhesives. The term is sometimes used more loosely to describe a glue ...
*  Hydrocolloid dressing
The gel which is formed as a result of the absorption of wound exudate is held in place within the structure of the adhesive ... without causing softening and breaking down of tissue. ... or to remain within the structure of the adhesive matrix. The ... The active surface of the dressing is coated with a cross-linked adhesive mass containing a dispersion of gelatin, pectin and ... carboxy-methylcellulose together with other polymers and adhesives forming a flexible wafer. In contact with wound exudate, the ...
*  Molar Incisor Hypomineralisation
... etching adhesive was found to have better bond strength to enamel affected by MIH compared to total etch single-bottle adhesive ... The former provides sound enamel for bonding but leads to excessive tooth tissue loss. The latter is less invasive, but the ... GIC materials have adhesive capabilities with both enamel and dentine, long-term fluoride release and hydrophilicity when there ... These conditions include: Dental caries, which is the most common cause of destruction of dental hard tissues. This is more ...
*  Grafting
In this case a bridge graft may be used to connect tissues receiving flow from the roots to tissues above the damage that have ... Includes specialized types of clay, wax, petroleum jelly, and adhesive tape. Tying and Support Materials: Adds support and ... Both tissues must be kept alive until the graft has "taken", usually a period of a few weeks. Successful grafting only requires ... The existing structural tissue (or wood) of the stock plant does not fuse. Precocity: The ability to induce fruitfulness ...
*  Hypha
Bulk fungal tissues, cords, and membranes, such as those of mushrooms and lichens, are mainly composed of felted and often ... In nematode-trapping fungi, hyphae may be modified into trapping structures such as constricting rings and adhesive nets. ...
*  Differential adhesion hypothesis
... the cells similarly sort themselves to be near other cells of similar adhesive strength and bond with them. Other tissue ... This allows examples of tissue arrangement to be corresponded to the behavior of liquids, such as one tissue spreading across ... where tissues with weaker surface adhesion surround tissues with stronger surface adhesion, the rounding of irregular cell ... In DAH tissues are treated as liquids consisting of mobile cells whose varying degrees of surface adhesion cause them to ...
*  Thor amboinensis
... and the adhesive anemone (Cryptodendrum adhaesivum). One or several shrimps live among the tentacles of their host, feeding on ... the tentacle tissue and on the mucus-trapped planktonic particles adhering to it. In the Bahamas, Thor amboinensis forms part ...
*  Shoulder joint
... a condition known as frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis. A SLAP tear (superior labrum anterior to posterior) is a rupture ... with abnormal bands of tissue (adhesions) growing between the joint surfaces, causing pain and restricting movement of the ...
*  Haloclavidae
The base is often rounded and used for digging but in some species it is flattened and adhesive to small objects. There is ... The mesenteries or internal tissue walls are few. There are no muscles attaching them to the basal disc but they do have strong ...
*  CDH2
... adhesive "zipper" between cells. N-cadherin, originally named for its role in neural tissue, plays a role in neurons and later ... Lu Q, Paredes M, Medina M, Zhou J, Cavallo R, Peifer M, Orecchio L, Kosik KS (1999). "delta-catenin, an adhesive junction- ... Forbes MS, Sperelakis N (1985). "Intercalated discs of mammalian heart: a review of structure and function". Tissue & Cell. 17 ... N-cadherin is a transmembrane protein expressed in multiple tissues and functions to mediate cell-cell adhesion. In cardiac ...
*  L1 (protein)
It has been seen this protein plays a key role in inflammatory reactions as the one's taking place in the tissue surrounding a ... Also, its capacity to form adhesive interactions within different cell types may result in an advantage for tumor cells when it ... Once tumor cells become anchorage-independent and migratory, due to L1 up-regulation, they leave the tissue where they belong ... "Molecular cloning of cell adhesion molecule L1 from human nervous tissue: a comparison of the primary sequences of L1 molecules ...
*  Surfactant
Detergents are key reagents to extract protein by lysis of the cells and tissues: They disorganize the membrane's lipidic ... Detergents Fabric softeners Emulsions Soaps Paints Adhesives Inks Anti-fogs Ski waxes, snowboard wax Deinking of recycled ...