(1) The present study includes six patients, (involving ten feet), who developed hallux varus and great toe clawing after McBride procedures were performed by various orthopedic surgeons.
(2) The euro clawed back some losses after the European Central Bank said it would absorb €16.5bn from the money markets to compensate for bond purchases up to 14 May, and Greece said it would receive the first tranche of emergency loans tomorrow.
(3) The carbohydrate compounds of the mucus of flask cells in the kidney of claw-frogs (Xenopus laevis) were studied by gold marked lectins (WGA, RCA, L, LCA, HPA, PNA).
(4) Westwood came within an inch of clawing back a shot with a firm, brave putt, but went to the 16th having to birdie his way to the clubhouse to pull off a minor miracle.
(5) The object of this study was to examine the effects of exogenous and endogenous prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) on the sexual behavior of female South African clawed frogs, Xenopus laevis.
(6) I used to love jumping into the mosh pit, then climbing back on stage with red claw marks all over my body."
(7) Other robots in the Boston Dynamics stable include Petman, a robot that tests humanoid chemical protective clothing; the wheeled SandFlea robot that can leap small buildings; a small six-legged robot capable of traversing rough terrain called RHex; and the RiSE robot capable of climbing vertical walls, trees and fences using feet with micro-claws.
(8) Stable claws develop in animals housed on floors with soft surfaces or under restricted movement.
(9) A novel and important observation made is that the different caffeine treatments affected the staining by alizarin of both claws and bones in a qualitatively and quantitatively similar manner.
(10) Quantitative and morphological data were obtained on developing olfactory axons in the African clawed frog, Xenopus laevis, during late premetamorphosis (stages 48-54), prometamorphosis (stages 55-57), and halfway through metamorphic climax (stages 58-62).
(11) A wooden block is glued to the sound claw and parenteral antibiotics are administered for four to six days.
(12) The field was taped off while a mechanical digger clawed at the ground, making parallel trenches in the sandy earth.
(13) Treatment utilized partial proximal phalangeal resection, with and without silicone single-stem implants, extensor hallucis longus tendon transfer to the great toe metatarsal, and interphalangeal joint arthrodesis, or tenodesis of the great toe to correct clawing.
(14) Tadpoles at stage 50 could regenerate toes and claws without defect, but in the later the regenerative capacity gradually declined by reducing the number of toes and claws and accompanied by malformation of skeleton as the stage proceeded.
(15) I am expert in navigating the systems, on clawing my way to some work and juggling the admin to stay in that work.
(16) Apart from plantar and palmar insensitivity which accounted for 17.91% and 17.24% of all deformities, the most frequent deformities were mobile claw hand 12.94%, plantar ulcers 10.78% and palmar ulcers 5.97% respectively.
(17) Then, just as the world starts to claw its way back to some kind of normality, they start kicking the props away.
(18) In medico cubital paralysis one must also cure the "cubital claw of the thumb".
(19) Bill Shorten has used the ALP conference to claw back some authority I Lenore Taylor Read more While the notion of a federal Icac has won support in the past from independents such Tony Windsor and senator Nick Xenophon, the major parties have shown a distinct lack of appetite for such a body.
(20) A claw amputation was performed because of the advanced destructive nature of the lesion.
(n.) Any large macrurous crustacean used as food, esp. those of the genus Homarus; as the American lobster (H. Americanus), and the European lobster (H. vulgaris). The Norwegian lobster (Nephrops Norvegicus) is similar in form. All these have a pair of large unequal claws. The spiny lobsters of more southern waters, belonging to Palinurus, Panulirus, and allied genera, have no large claws. The fresh-water crayfishes are sometimes called lobsters.
(1) Quantitative measurements for 5-HT in lobster larvae were performed using high pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC) with dual electrochemical detection and for proctolin using radioimmunoassay.
(2) However, the 'essential' cysteine residue 165 is replaced by threonine, as it is in the L-lactate dehydrogenase of lobster.
(3) The responses of a population of 30 olfactory receptor cells from spiny lobsters to 8 behaviorally relevant complex types of stimuli at 0.005, 0.05 and 0.5 mM were analyzed using multidimensional scaling to evaluate their potential for coding quality and intensity.
(4) Using a spectrophotometric method, the kinetics of the crustacean muscle enzyme was compared to the acetylcholinesterase (AChE) on mammalian red blood cells and in the lobster ventral nerve cord.
(5) In crustacean nerve 12-14% of the phospholipids was in the form of alkyl ether phospholipids, which in the lobster were approximately half choline-containing and half ethanolamine-containing.
(6) Extracellular responses to complex biologically relevant stimuli were recorded from 30 primary olfactory cells from excised antennules of spiny lobsters.
(7) Analogues of arginine inhibit the exchange reaction of the lobster enzyme but enhance that of the Holothuria enzyme.
(8) Earlier studies identified purinergic chemoreceptors in the olfactory organ of the spiny lobster, Panulirus argus.
(9) The last in a line of fishermen, his 87-year-old grandfather is still catching lobsters.
(10) In view of the small molecular size and high lipid solubility of methyl mercury and the lipophilic properties of the chitin-protein exoskeleton of the lobster, it is likely that significant uptake directly from the water as well as storage of absorbed methyl mercury occurred in the tail region.
(11) The strongest extension response was produced at 2 Hz which falls within the normal range of swimmeret beating in intact lobsters.
(12) Feathered hair sensilla fringe both rami of the lobster (Homarus americanus) swimmeret.
(13) Of the other alkali-metal ions tested, only Rb+ activated phosphofructokinase from lobster abdominal muscle and rat heart muscle.
(14) This type of innervation was compared between a small and a large lobster where a two-fold difference in mean quantal content of synaptic transmission was found.
(15) The in vitro rates of incorporation of precursors into protein and RNA and the concentration of RNA were measured in tissues of intermolt and premolt lobsters acclimated to 5 degrees C and 20 degrees C. Midgut gland, abdominal muscle and gill of intermolt lobsters respond to temperature acclimation by a compensatory translation of the rate-temperature (R-T) curves with respect to the rates of incorporation of 3H-leucine and 3H-uridine into the acid-insoluble fraction.
(16) The role of histidyls in lobster arginine kinase (EC 126.96.36.199) has been studied by 1H-NMR spectroscopy of the enzyme and its complexes with substrates or their analogues and 31P-NMR spectroscopy of complexes with ADP.
(17) When the monocarboxymethylated enzyme was briefly treated with small amounts of iodine, iodination could be confined almost entirely to tyrosine-46 in the lobster enzyme; tyrosine-39 or tyrosine-42, or both, were also beginning to react.
(18) You’d be hard pushed to find half a dozen fresh oysters at this great price.” Frozen food giant Iceland sparked lobster wars last month with what it claimed was the cheapest cooked crustacean in Britain.
(19) Estrone, 17 beta-estradiol, or 17 alpha-estradiol was formed by central neural tissues of all species, with the exception of the opossum, hagfish, and lobster.
(20) Two metallothionein (low-molecular-weight, metal-binding proteins) preparations, MT-1 and MT-2, have been isolated from the digestive gland of American lobster (Homarus americanus) contaminated with Cd.