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Scientists Report New Take on Sexual Signaling

...revealing great expanses of Pacific beach, fiddler crabs (Uca terpsichores) segue in and out of their burrows, dodging predatory shorebirds. Male crabs build hood-like sand castles next to the entrance of their burrows, attracting the attention of fema...

Insulin Tablets-No More Injections

...g a chemical called chitosan derived from shrimps, crabs or lobsters, to coat insulin. These were then made into very tiny nanoparticles. The chitosan -shelled insulin was found to escape attack by stomach acids and the particles were very tiny enough to be absorbed into the blood, by cells lining the s...

Eating Live Crabs Infects 8 In Orange County

...y has confirmed that eating some live raw sawagani crabs on a dare may have contributed to the outbreak of a lung fluke parasite infection that occurred in eight people.// 'I don't know if every one of these eight -- or any of them -- ate them on a dare,' Thompson said. She added that last month only fou...

Give a Cold Shoulder To Uncooked Crabs

Raw crabs might make you ill, warn California health officials. The crabs called the Sawagani crabs, which had been distributed to many restaurants in California,// have come...

Punjabis Transfer Taste From Chicken To Prawns

...variety for people. They are thrilled to order for crabs and lobsters and do take a risk in ordering for these seafood," says Rajiv Kakkar, General Manager of the hotel hosting the festival. Kakkar has invited a master chef from Goa to tickle the taste buds of Punjabis who are traditionally considered ve...

Antibiotic from crab blood indentified

...he fact that the cells from the blood of horseshoe crabs have been used for more than 25 years to test for the presence of bacteria in pharmaceutical products and medical devices, the discovery of binding and killing properties are new. This new protein is highly effective against gram negative bacte...

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