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*  Filatov Institute of Eye Diseases and Tissue Therapy
Histopathology and tissue preservation. Pharmacology and tissue therapy. Immunology. Biochemistry. Binocular vision disorders. ... and on 18 January 1965, the Odessa Research Institute of Eye Diseases and Tissue Therapy. On 10 April 1986, the presidium of ... On 28 February 2012, the Academy named the institute, The Filatov Institute of Eye Diseases and Tissue Therapy of National ... Official website Soft tissue therapy Goes F. J. "The Eye in History." JP Medical Ltd, 2013 p7. ISBN 9350902745, 9789350902745 ...
*  Scelidosaurus
announced the preservation of soft tissue in a specimen referred to a cf. Scelidosaurus sp., that is, an unnamed species for ... Scelidosaurus with Soft Tissue Preservation. Palaeontology, Vol. 43, Part 3, 2000, pp. 549-559. doi:10.1111/j.0031-0239.2000. ... Parts of the fossil were preserved in such a way that an envelope of preserved soft tissue is visible around the vertebrae, and ... Its fossils have been found near Charmouth in Dorset, England, and are known for their excellent preservation. Scelidosaurus ...
*  Potassium acetate
... is used in mixtures applied for tissue preservation, fixation, and mummification. Most museums today use the ... The Key to Good Tissue Preservation" (PDF). Journal of the International Society for Plastination. 8 (1): 7-10. Andrew Nagorski ...
*  Dinosaur
"Influence of Microbial Biofilms on the Preservation of Primary Soft Tissue in Fossil and Extant Archosaurs". PLoS ONE. 5 (10): ... Schweitzer, M.H.; Wittmeyer, J.L.; Horner, J.R. (2005). "Soft-tissue vessels and cellular preservation in Tyrannosaurus rex". ... Dal Sasso, C.; Signore, M. (1998). "Exceptional soft-tissue preservation in a theropod dinosaur from Italy". Nature. 392 (6674 ... and connective tissue (bone fibers). Scrutiny under the microscope further revealed that the putative dinosaur soft tissue had ...
*  Sinosauropteryx
"Implications of soft-tissue preservation in the compsognathid dinosaur, Sinosauropteryx". Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 7 ... Additionally, rather than an artifact of preservation or decomposition, the presence of dark feathers along only the top of the ... which several authors have noted corresponds closely to the expected amount of skin and muscle tissue that would have been ...
*  Compsognathus
Dal Sasso, C.; M. Signore (1998). "Exceptional soft-tissue preservation in a theropod dinosaur from Italy". Nature. 392 (6674 ...
*  Cristiano Dal Sasso
Dal Sasso, Cristiano; Signore, Marco (26 March 1998). "Exceptional soft-tissue preservation in a theropod dinosaur from Italy ... generated much publicity because of the unique preservation of large areas of petrified soft tissue and internal organs such as ...
*  Scipionyx
At several places on the fossil muscle tissue is present. The degree of preservation is often exceptional, with not only the ... connective tissues, bone tissue, muscle tissue, horn sheaths, the respiratory system and the digestive system. Nervous tissue ... Napoli "Federico II" Dal Sasso, C. and Signore, M. (1998). "Exceptional soft tissue preservation in a theropod dinosaur from ... The holotype preserves an exceptionally large set of soft tissues for a fossil dinosaur. Although some muscle tissue ( ...
*  Tyler Lyson
Tyler is also interested in soft tissue preservation found in dinosaurs. He plans to work on the recently collected hadrosaur ... The find is unique since the fossilized remains include skin and other soft tissues in a non-collapsed state, while a very few ... dinosaur that has most of its integument preserved to determine how the soft tissue was preserved. Tyler Lyson's work has been ... other finds have occurred where petrified soft tissue has been preserved, but in a collapsed or crushed state. Tyler Lyson's ...
*  2017 in paleontology
Grant J. Field; David M. Martill (2017). "Unusual soft tissue preservation in the Early Cretaceous (Aptian) crocodile cf. ... Jérémy Tissier; Jean-Claude Rage; Michel Laurin (2017). "Exceptional soft tissues preservation in a mummified frog-eating ... "Remarkable preservation of brain tissues in an Early Cretaceous iguanodontian dinosaur". In A. T. Brasier; D. McIlroy; N. ... "Exceptional preservation of soft tissue in a new specimen of Eoconfuciusornis and its biological implications". National ...
*  Articular cartilage repair
Advances in tissue preservation and surgical technique are quickly growing this surgery in popularity. Aiming to obtain the ... The main reason is that it takes a long time for the cartilage cells to adapt and mature into repair tissue. Cartilage is a ... For years, the concept of harvesting stem cells and re-implanting them into one's own body to regenerate organs and tissues has ... This has the advantage that more osteochondral tissue is available and larger damages can be repaired using either the plug ( ...
*  Chronic electrode implant
Freire, M.A.M., et al., Comprehensive analysis of tissue preservation and recording quality from chronic multielectrode ... Tissue response has also been shown to be greater in situation where the electrodes are anchored through the subject's skull; ... This approach overcomes tissue response by encouraging neurons to grow closer to recording surface. Some notable success has ... Kim, Y.-T., Chronic response of adult rat brain tissue to implants anchored to the skull. Biomaterials, 2004. 25: p. 9. ^ Biran ...
*  Sidarta Ribeiro
Comprehensive analysis of tissue preservation and recording quality from chronic multielectrode implants. PLoS One 6(11): ...
*  2009 in paleontology
Johan Lindgren; Hani F. Kaddumi; Michael J. Polcyn (2013). "Soft tissue preservation in a fossil marine lizard with a bilobed ...
*  Mosasaur
Lindgren, J.; Kaddumi, H. F.; Polcyn, M. J. (2013). "Soft tissue preservation in a fossil marine lizard with a bilobed tail fin ... in addition to the preservation sediment types and the marine conditions under which the preservation occurred. Until the ... This lack may be due to the delicate nature of the scales, which nearly eliminates the possibility of preservation, ... PRESERVATION OF AN ABORTED ATTACK? Mosasaur diet. ...
*  Prognathodon
Lindgren, Johan; Kaddumi, Hani F.; Polcyn, Michael J. (2013-09-10). "Soft tissue preservation in a fossil marine lizard with a ... The proportions of the soft tissue structures and their relation to the skeletal elements of the specimen can be used to infer ... Most importantly, the fossil preserves the soft tissue outline of a tail fin. This helped in providing evidence that mosasaurs ... The type specimen notably preserves soft tissue that provides further evidence for bilobed tail fins in mosasaurs, similar to ...
*  Gnathosaurus
Bennett, S.C. (2002). "Soft tissue preservation of the cranial crest of the pterosaur Germanodactylus from Solnhofen." Journal ...
*  Germanodactylus
ISBN 0-7607-0154-7. Bennett, S. Christopher (2002). "Soft tissue preservation of the cranial crest of the pterosaur ... The soft-tissue portion was not known early on, being first described in 2002 by S. Christopher Bennett. It was probably ... Germanodactylus is the first genus for which a soft-tissue component of the crest is known, but similar structures were ... and a soft-tissue portion that more than doubled its height. The bony part does not go as far up the head in G. cristatus as in ...
*  Paleobiota of the Solnhofen Formation
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0110646 Bennett, S.C. (2002). "Soft tissue preservation of the cranial crest of the pterosaur ...
*  Rhamphorhynchus
Bennett, S.C. (2002). "Soft tissue preservation of the cranial crest of the pterosaur Germanodactylus from Solnhofen". Journal ... The teeth in its snout were ensnared in the fibrous tissue of the wing membrane, and as the fish thrashed to release itself the ... Many of these fossils preserve not only the bones but impressions of soft tissues, such as wing membranes. Scattered teeth ... However, without any known variation in the actual form of the bones or soft tissue (morphological differences), he found the ...
*  Timeline of pterosaur research
... a nyctosaurid pterosaur with soft tissue preservation from the Coniacian (Late Cretaceous) of northeast Mexico (Coahuila)". ... Instead, they seemed to be the remains of the fibrous tissue that reinforced the wing membrane. Frey and Martill described the ... Unwin and Bakhurina published a paper arguing that much of the supposed soft tissue impressions of the Sordes type specimen ... He observed that the wing of Rhamphorhynchus was strengthened by fibrous tissue. Based on this specimen, Zittel concluded that ...
*  Lufengosaurus
Embryos of this genus also represent the earliest evidence of vertebrate soft tissue preservation. "Lufengosaurus." In: Dodson ... A bony ridge on the side of its upper jaw might have helped anchor soft tissue. If so, then Lufengosaurus must have had larger ... In 2017, paleontologists reported evidence of protein preservation inside the vascular canals of a rib of a 195-million-year- ...
*  Gallimimus
reported a specimen of Gallimimus (IGM 100/1133), a skull with soft tissue preservation. This specimen, as well as another new ...
*  Ichthyosaur
Lingham-Soliar, T (1999). "Rare soft-tissue preservation showing fibrous structures in an ichthyosaur from the Lower Lias ( ... The exceptional preservation was explained by the protective environment offered by the nodule. The red blood cells found, were ... The fins were supported by fibrous tissue. In some specimens, four layers of collagen are visible, the fibres of the covering ... The structures would not have been petrified but represent the original organic tissues of which the biomolecules could be ...
*  Mauriciosaurus
"A new polycotylid plesiosaur with extensive soft tissue preservation from the early Late Cretaceous of northeast Mexico" (PDF ... or the subcutaneous tissue being genuinely thick. Patches of this tissue are also found behind the left humerus and along the ... likely represents remnants of decayed skin and subcutaneous tissue. The thickness of the preserved tissue may be a consequence ... Another type of tissue consists of dark grey, thin, and rectangular structures 12 mm (0.47 in) long and 2 mm (0.079 in) wide, ...