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Gregory derives a material called elastin from animal tissue.
Simultaneous isolation of DNA and RNA - Works with fresh, frozen, or preserved animal tissues, and adherent or suspension cultured cells
Microscopy tools include sample preparation methods for cells, plant and animal tissue, cryo- methods, chemical fixation methods, and immunogold labeling.
Its purpose is to prevent high-risk animal tissue from being fed to other animals, a practice that has been cited as a primary route of transmission of mad cow disease.
The Thermo Scientific TSQ Quantum triple quadrupole system is the only instrument that enables highly-selective reaction monitoring (H-SRM), which facilitates the quick and efficient analysis of complex samples such as food matrices and animal tissue.
Thermo Fisher has developed three methods utilizing the advanced analytical technology of the Thermo Scientific TSQ Quantum family of triple quadrupole mass spectrometers with Highly Selective Reaction Monitoring (H-SRM), enabling the trace-level analysis of complex samples such as animal tissue.
Artists at the University of Western Australia, Perth, are using the medium of living animal tissue in their work, according to the Israeli newspaper Haaretz.
She pulls out one of the cryovat's precious contents: a frozen sample of animal tissue that had been sent to her by a scientist that was working in Asia.
Our product is cheaper because its active ingredient comes from [a plant], while our competitors use animal tissue, in some cases human tissue," says Silva.
Detection of North American West Nile virus in animal tissue by a reverse transcription-nested polymerase chain reaction assay.
Read the labels on nutritional supplements and avoid any that contain animal tissue (for example some anti-aging and memory-boosting products).
These estrogens also could have an additive effect with chemicals such as PCBs, which are found in animal tissue.
A blunder by government scientists meant animal tissue which could have linked BSE with UK sheep in the early 1990s actually contained cow brain.
Co-culture," the practice of mixing reproductive tissue taken from animals with the culture medium was widely used to incubate embryos, with little regard for the possibility that animal tissue might contain contaminants, such as the infectious agent that causes mad cow disease.
The body's defence mechanism rejects animal tissue.