Associates of Cape Cod (ACC) and MDS Analytical Technologies Collaborate to Offer a More Robust LAL Endotoxin Assay Platform
...device and clinical diagnostic
industries. A wholly owned subsidiary of Seikagaku BioBusiness Corporation,
the Company pioneered the humane use of the horseshoe
crab blood extract,
Limulus Amebocyte Lysate (LAL), used in the testing of pharmaceuticals,
medical devices and biologics, for the presence of potenti...
$30.3 Million Jury Verdict Believed to Be New Jersey's Largest
...ential victims of mesothelioma," Maimon said. "In
Bloomfield, Englewood and all across New Jersey, men and woman who wouldn't
know a brake shoe from a horseshoe
can be struck down by this horrible
disease decades later from simply living with someone who contacted
asbestos in his daily occupation. In Mark Butt...
Insight Into Neural Stem Cells Has Implications For Designing Therapies
...stem cells are located primarily in two regions of the brain -- the lining of the brain's fluid-filled cavity, known as the subventricular zone, and a horseshoe
shaped area known as the hippocampus. The laboratory of the senior author of the current study, UCSF's Arturo Alvarez-Buylla identified the stem cells...
Antibiotic from crab blood indentified
Professor Ho Bow of the National University of Singapore had mentioned that inspite of the 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 bind...
Horseshoe in Medical Products
Mayfield Pediatric Horseshoe Headrest
Description: It provides cranial support in either prone or supine positions for premature infants and young children....
Company:Integra LifeSciences Corporation
Mayfield Adult Horseshoe Headrest
shaped headrest that provides cranial support in the prone or supine position for adults and older children....
Company:Integra LifeSciences Corporation
Keeler Chan Wristrest
Description:...an important standard in busy operating rooms. The unique height adjustable horseshoe
bar encircles the patient's head and supports arms and wrists during ophthalmic surgery. The horseshoe
bar facilitates easy draping especially when fluids are collected. The bar ...
Company:Keeler Instruments Inc.
ArcticTemp Refrigerator (17 Cubic Ft)
Description:... The most energy efficient refrigerator on the market today. The horseshoe
evaporator ensures even cooling throughout the unit. The contoured drain channels away moisture for continual defrost action. The steel outer walls ar...
BioPro Total Knee System
Features:... The BioPro Polyethylene Tibial Insert is manufactured from ultra high molecular weight polyethylene. This BioPro insert is horseshoe
shaped to facilitate easy insertion and stability and is designed to minimize surgical bone excision. The under face of the insert is flat and broad b...
Horseshoe in Medical Dictionary
...ymptoms, Treatment, Prevention ... Learn about horseshoe
crabs and how research helps determine fishery management. ... 1998, the harvesting of horseshoe
crabs was regulated by individual states. ... horseshoe
crabs have a total of 10 eyes used for finding...
Horseshoe in Biological News
Decline of shorebird linked to bait use of horseshoe crabs
Declining numbers of a shorebird called the red knot have been linked to bait use of horseshoe
Long-term surveys of red knots showed that the average weight of red knots when they leave Delaware Bay has declined significantly since their primary food source, eggs of horseshoe
crabs, has ...
A 'private bandwidth' for communication in bats: Evidence from insular horseshoe bats
Oxford August 13, 2007 - Do bats use their ultrasonic echolocation calls to recognise their own species" A new study in the Journal of Biogeography by Danilo Russo and colleagues suggests that this is certainly the case for horseshoe
bats (Rhinolophidae). These bats find their way in the dark and...
Venomous sea snakes play heads or tails with their predators
...g the Danish Galathea 3 Expedition. The research confirmed that all snakes of this species had a distinctive colouration pattern, with a bright yellow horseshoe
marking on the tip of the head and the tail. The yellow was deeper than the colours on the rest of the body and the black colorations were much longer...
Scary ancient spiders revealed in 3-D models, thanks to new imaging technique
... used the growths at the base of their limbs to help them grind their food. These coxal endite-type growths can still be seen today in species such as horseshoe
crabs, which use them to grind up their prey before pushing it into their backward-facing mouths.
The computer models also revealed that Cryptomar...
Mystery of bat with an extraordinary nose solved
...ology," by Z. Zhang, R. Mller, and S.N. Truong, details the adult Bourret's horseshoe
bat (known scientifically as the "Rhinolophus paradoxolophus," meaning paradoxical crest), and it's roughly 9 millimeters in length nose. The typical horseshoe
bat's nose is half that long, said Rolf Mueller, an associate professor wit...
Origin of claws seen in 390-million-year-old fossil
... A missing link in the evolution of the front claw of living scorpions and horseshoe
crabs was identified with the discovery of a 390 million-year-old fossil by...igins of the paired grasping appendages found on the heads of scorpions and horseshoe
crabs. The researchers suggest that Schinderhannes gives a hint. Their ap...
BioScience tip sheet, February 2009
...nse to outbreaks might be improved.
Effects of horseshoe
Crab Harvest in Delaware Bay on Red Knots: Are Har... The authors present data indicating that the 2007 horseshoe
crab harvest in Delaware Bay exceeds that of 1990,... populations of red knots that feed on the eggs of horseshoe
The Ecological Role of the Mammalian Me...
October Geology and GSA Today media highlights
...re a major mass extinction. These fossils provide important clues about the anatomy and genealogy of several groups of organisms, including jellyfish, horseshoe
crabs, eurypterids ("sea scorpions"), and seaweeds. Because they occur between the well-known Burgess Shaletype deposits of the Cambrian Period (which...
Ocean temperature predicts spread of marine species
...tion is replenished if we want to attempt to manage or conserve it."
Using data from 72 marine species, including cod, herring, American lobster, horseshoe
crabs and clams, O'Connor and her colleagues developed a model that predicts how far larvae travel at a certain temperature. The predictions appear to...
Horseshoe crab decline threatens shorebird species
...red knot stops over in the Delaware Bay to feed on horseshoe
crab eggs resulting from the largest spawning of horseshoe
crabs found on the East Coast of the United States...s throughout the Delaware Bay tied to a decline in horseshoe
The research will be reported in The Jou...
Horseshoe in Biological Technology
Horseshoe in Biological Definition
...ses and disorders
Congenital diseases of the kidneys
Congenital obstruction of urinary tract
Acquired diseases of the kidneys
Kidney stones are a relatively common and particularly painful disorder.
Horseshoe in Biological Dictionary
...e name implies, home to nine casino resorts. The use of the name " Tunica " by the resorts, despite the fact that since 1995 ... Stay & Play at horseshoe
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... n. A tough, protective, semitransparent substance, primarily a nitrogen-containing polysaccharide, forming the principal component of Learn about horseshoe
crabs and how research helps determine fishery management. ... Chitin was first investigated in 1811 by Professor Henri Braconnott, who ... Chit...