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*  Crêpe paper
... is tissue paper that has been coated with sizing (a glue-like substance) and then creped (creased in a way similar ... The Yankee cylinder is sprayed with adhesives to make the paper stick. Crêping is done by the Yankee's doctor blade that is ... Crêpe paper and tissue are among the lightest papers and are normally below 35 g/m2. The crêpe ratio reflects how much the ... The crinkle (crêping) is controlled by the strength of the adhesive, geometry of the doctor blade, speed difference between the ...
*  CryoLife
Preserved human vascular tissues tend to remain open longer and as such are used in indications where synthetics typically fail ... BioGlue® Surgical Adhesive BioFoam® CryoValve® SG Pulmonary Human Heart Valve On-X Heart Valves CryoValve® Pulmonary Valve ... The human tissues distributed by CryoLife include the CryoValve® SG pulmonary human heart valve and the CryoPatch® SG pulmonary ... Preserved human vascular tissues are ideal grafts for patients with previously infected graft sites. The Company also preserves ...
*  Gel
Their viscoelastic nature results in the soft tissue component of the body, disparate from the mineral-based hard tissue of the ... It is the crosslinking within the fluid that gives a gel its structure (hardness) and contributes to the adhesive stick (tack ... Discher, D. E.; Janmey, P.; Wang, Y.L. (2005). "Tissue Cells Feel and Respond to the Stiffness of Their Substrate" (PDF). ... This approach is common in manufacture of wide range of products, from foods to paints and adhesives. In fiber optics ...
*  Office supplies
Label and adhesive paper: name tags, file folder labels, post-it notes, and address labels; Media: ink and toner cartridges; ... various thicknesses from tissue paper to 120 pound; construction paper; photocopier and inkjet printer paper; Preprinted forms ...
*  Ali Khademhosseini
These hydrogels are highly mechanically elastic and can adhere strongly to injured tissues (such as lung) to protect the tissue ... Khademhosseini has further expanded his contribution in the field of biomedical adhesives by developing an elastic and adhesive ... He received the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society-North America's senior investigator award ... Harvard-MIT faculty profile TR35 profile NanoQuebec Regenerate tissue engineering conference Lab on a Chip U of T engineering ...
*  Starfish
This type of tissue is called catch connective tissue and is found in most echinoderms. An autotomy-promoting factor has been ... These are at the anterior end, surround a sucker and have adhesive cells at their tips. Both bipinnaria and brachiolaria larvae ... The loss of parts of the body is achieved by the rapid softening of a special type of connective tissue in response to nervous ... Metamorphosis now takes place with a radical rearrangement of tissues. The left side of the larval body becomes the oral ...
*  Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
Sloan has Bashir's hand treated with a micro-adhesive that will serve as a skin sample collector during a handshake. Bashir is ... Bashir tries to delay Sloan's timetable by telling him he needs a tissue sample for confirmation of the diagnosis as the visual ...
*  Corneodesmosin
2003). "Psoriasis is associated with a SNP haplotype of the corneodesmosin gene (CDSN)". Tissue Antigens. 60 (4): 292-8. doi: ... 2002). "Corneodesmosin, a component of epidermal corneocyte desmosomes, displays homophilic adhesive properties". J. Biol. Chem ... 2001). "Identification of six novel polymorphisms in the human corneodesmosin gene". Tissue Antigens. 57 (1): 32-8. doi:10.1034 ... 2003). "Corneodesmosin DNA polymorphisms in MHC haplotypes and Japanese patients with psoriasis". Tissue Antigens. 60 (1): 77- ...
*  Shoulder problem
The capsule is a soft tissue envelope that encircles the glenohumeral joint. It is lined by a thin, smooth synovial membrane. ... It is this restricted space between the capsule and ball of the humerus that distinguishes adhesive capsulitis from a less ... Tendons are tough cords of tissue that attach the shoulder muscles to bone and assist the muscles in moving the shoulder. ... This instability increases the likelihood of joint injury, often leading to a degenerative process in which tissues break down ...
*  Arthrofibrosis
... with scar tissue forming within the joint and surrounding soft tissue spaces and persisting despite rehabilitation exercises ... Maloney MD, Sauser DD, Hanson EC, Wood VE, Thiel AE (April 1988). "Adhesive capsulitis of the wrist: arthrographic diagnosis". ... Scar tissues can cause structures of the knee to become contracted, restricting normal motion. Depending on the site of ... Millett PJ, Williams RJ, Wickiewicz TL (1999). "Open debridement and soft tissue release as a salvage procedure for the ...
*  Nematophagous fungus
They employ techniques such as adhesive hyphal strands, adhesive knobs, adhesive nets formed from hyphal threads, loops of ... When the nematode has been restrained, the hyphae penetrate the cuticle and the internal tissues of the nematode are devoured. ... Some use a mechanical means, an adhesive or a mechanical hyphal trap. Some produce a toxin and use it to immobilise the ... Having penetrated the cuticle, the hyphae grow throughout the nematode, absorbing its tissues. Escape tubes emerge from these ...
*  Electrical impedance tomography
Compared to the tissue conductivities of most other soft tissues within the human thorax, lung tissue conductivity is ... After positioning surface electrodes through adhesive electrodes, an electrode belt or a conductive electrode vest around the ... Attempts to detect or localize tissue pathology within normal tissue usually rely on multifrequency EIT (MF-EIT), also termed ... One of the best examples for this approach is lung tissue during breathing due to linear conductivity changes between ...
*  Hexamethyldisiloxane
Proton Imaging of Siloxanes to map Tissue Oxygenation Levels (PISTOL): a tool for quantitative tissue oximetry. NMRBiomed 2008; ... It is also used to soften and remove adhesive residues left by medical tape and bandages, without causing further skin ... Following direct injection into tissues it has been used to generate maps of tumor and muscle oxygenation dynamics with respect ... A novel 1H NMR approach to quantitative tissue oximetry using hexamethyldisiloxane. Magn Reson Med 2006;55:743-748 and ...
*  CD2
In addition to its adhesive properties, CD2 also acts as a co-stimulatory molecule on T and NK cells. CD2 is a specific marker ... for T cells and NK cells, and can therefore be used in immunohistochemistry to identify the presence of such cells in tissue ...
*  Fibrin scaffold
Regeneration of the tissue and the degradation of the scaffold should be balanced in terms of rate, surface area and ... are essential due to mechanical stress and that can be achieved by combining them with natural biodegradable cell-adhesive ... It is produced naturally by the body after injury, but also can be engineered as a tissue substitute to speed healing. The ... To initiate and speed up tissue repair and regeneration, platelet-rich fibrin gels are ideal since they have a high ...
*  Adhesion (medicine)
They may be thought of as internal scar tissue that connects tissues not normally connected. Adhesions form as a natural part ... In the case of adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder (also known as frozen shoulder), adhesions grow between the shoulder joint ... The fibrin then connects the two adjacent structures where damage of the tissues occurred. The fibrin acts like a glue to seal ... The term "adhesion" is applied when the scar extends from within one tissue across to another, usually across a virtual space ...
*  Alcian blue stain
The tissue parts that specifically stain by this dye become blue to bluish-green after staining and are called "Alcianophilic ... Alcian blue has been used as an adhesive to help stick glycol methacrylate sections to glass slides (which have negatively ... Trypanocidal drug suramin is polysulfated and gives a positive alcian blue reaction even at pH 1. Thus, in tissues from a ... makes its diffusion very slow in less permeable parts of the tissue and thus prevent it from staining highly negative yet ...
*  Bridge (dentistry)
Adhesive bridges require minimal preparation. 2. Master impressions: An accurate impression should be made of the prepared ... This allows for conservation of tooth tissue as the other abutment tooth is spared. Spring cantilever bridge are historical ... An alternative to the tradition bridge is the Maryland bridge (also called an adhesive bridge). A Maryland bridge utilizes " ... For conventional bridges, tooth preparation should aim to conserve tooth tissue, ensure a parallel path of insertion, achieve ...
*  Rabbit-skin glue
... is a sizing that also acts as an adhesive. It is essentially refined rabbit collagen, and was originally used ... Rabbit skin glue is an animal glue created by prolonged boiling of animal connective tissue. Rabbit skin glue can be bought in ... Manufacturers of rabbit, and cow & horse hide glue recommend dissolving at 60-63 °C (140-145 °F). As an adhesive, Rabbit-skin ... Too much heat results in a product with reduced adhesive qualities. ...
*  Gap junction
Tissues in this section have well known functions observed to be coordinated by gap junctions with inter-cellular signaling ... Adhesive function independent of conductive gap junction channel (neural migration in neocortex) Role of carboxyl-terminal in ... Gap junctions appear to be in all animal organs and tissues and it will be interesting to find exceptions to this other than ... By the 1990s new technology such as confocal microscopy allowed more rapid survey of large areas of tissue. Since the 1970s ...
*  Fibroblast-like synoviocyte
... and they also lose the growth dependency on adhesive surfaces; both these phenomena contribute to the increase in the number of ... fibroblast-like synoviocytes in the inflammatory tissue and are also typical for example for the growth of cancerous cells. In ... present in the synovium during rheumatoid artritis display altered phenotype compared to the cells present in normal tissues. ...
*  Mucin 4
MUC-4 has been found to play various roles in the progression of cancer, particularly due to its signaling and anti-adhesive ... Over 24 splice variants have been found for MUC4, in normal as well as abnormal tissue. Some forms are soluble, while others ... In normal functioning, MUC-4 is known to play anti-adhesive roles in the body, such as in lubricating the reproductive lining. ... The large alpha subunit that is glycosylated likely confers the anti-adhesive properties to the cell, allowing for cell-cell ...
*  Yankee dryer
The width is a bit larger than that of the paper: typical for tissue are paper machine widths 1,74m 2,32m and 2,70m and their ... The Yankee cylinder can be equipped with a doctor blade and sprayed with adhesives to make the paper stick. Creping is done by ... A Yankee dryer is a pressure vessel used in the production of tissue paper. On the Yankee dryer, the paper goes from ... The base coating usually also has adhesive properties and keeps the paper attached to the yankee surface until creping 2) a ...
*  Insulin pump
The scar tissue does not heal particularly fast, so years of wearing the pump and changing the infusion site will cause the ... Users may experience allergic reactions and other skin irritation from the adhesive on the back of an infusion set. Experience ... Users may experience scar tissue buildup around the inserted cannula, resulting in a hard bump under the skin after the cannula ... In addition, the areas with scar tissue buildup generally have lower insulin sensitivity and may affect basal rates and bolus ...
*  Mistletoe
Only after it reaches the host's conductive tissue can it begin to rely on the host for its needs. Later it forms a haustorium ... Possibly as an adaptation to assist in guiding the process of growing away from the light, the adhesive on the seed tends to ... On having made contact with the bark, the hypocotyl, with only a rudimentary scrap of root tissue at its tip penetrates it, a ... Biochemically, viscin is a complex adhesive mix containing cellulosic strands and mucopolysaccharides. Once a mistletoe plant ...
*  Fish reproduction
Their eggs are adhesive and attach to aquatic vegetation. The eggs hatch within 48 to 72 hours. Within a week or so, the fry ... Histotrophic (tissue eating) viviparity means embryos develop in the female's oviducts but obtain nutrients by consuming other ... Hoar WS, Randall DJ and Donaldson EM (Eds) (1983) Fish Physiology: Volume 9: Reproduction Part A: Endocrine tissues and ... often with important outer tissues added. Over 97% of all known fish are oviparous, In oviparous fish, internal fertilisation ...