escherichii, whereas in the downstream (after the Enne Dam Lake), it followed the order EPP diatom frustules > Hirudo
1) Hirudin is a 65-amino-acid polypeptide first derived from the saliva of the medicinal leech, Hirudo
medicinalis, and is the prototype direct thrombin inhibitor.
In the reattachment of severed body parts, for example, Hirudo
medicinalis often saves the day by preventing renewed blood flow from overwhelming the reattached appendage.
1993 "A Fast Activating Presynaptic Reuptake Current During Serotonergic Transmission, Identified Neurons of Hirudo
The Root-Bernsteins also take a look at the tiny creatures that dwell inside the earth, bringing into the spotlight an unexpectedly user-friendly little worm, Hirudo
The medicinal leech, Hirudo
medicinalis, is an ideal model for studying the basic processes behind neural regeneration, she notes.
Based on physiological studies of photoreceptors in Hirudo
medicinalis (Kretz et al.
sinensis radix (dang gui), Chuanxiong rhizoma (chuan xiong), Changii radix (ming clang shen), Adenophorae radix (nan sha shen), and Alismatis Rhizome (ze xie); (2) TCMs from the organs of animals that contain certain amount of proteins, fat, and amino acid, such as the Hippocampus (hai ma), Syngnathus (hal long), Eupolyphaga steleophaga (tu bie chong), and Hirudo
(shui zhi); and (3) medicines with appearance, color, and odor that can be easily altered by the surroundings, such as L.
Symbiosis of Aeromonas veronii biovar sobria and Hirudo
medicine's, the medicinal leech: a novel model for digestive tract associations.
The saliva of Hirudo
medicinalis, the medicinal leech, contains anticoagulant and analgesic substances thought to be responsible for the clinical effects.
Researchers are now studying a genetically engineered version of hirudin, a powerful blood thinner found in the saliva of the European leech Hirudo
We recently used RNA-seq to examine symbiont physiology within the digestive tract of the medicinal leech, Hirudo
verbana (Bomar et al.