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ich·thy·o·sis

(ik'thē-ō'sis),
Congenital disorders of keratinization characterized by noninflammatory dryness and scaling of the skin, often associated with other defects and with abnormalities of lipid metabolism; distinguishable genetically, clinically, microscopically, and by epidermal cell kinetics.
[ichthyo- + G. -osis, condition]

fish skin

(1) Ichthyosis vulgaris [MIM 146700].
(2) A nonspecific term for any ichthyosiform dermatosis.
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Pepsin sourced from cod and collagenase from crab hepatopancreas are used to remove fish skin and membranes from roe sacs and other products.
Deadly zoospore, the infective unit of the water mold, which thrives in cold water, capitalizes on the fragile condition of the fish by latching on and spreading its hyphae on the fish skin.
Get this very hot, add a little oil, season the bass on both sides, then place the fish skin side down in the pan, ready to cook.
Method: In a non stick pan add a little vegetable oil, then add the fish skin side down, season and allow to cook for three minutes.
Place the fish skin side down in the pan and cook two thirds though, turn over and remove from the pan.
Add a little vegetable oil and fry the fish skin side down.
Preserving a fish skin is a complicated process and many anglers now opt to have a cast taken of their catch.
Heat the oil to very hot in a heavy-based non-stick frying pan and add the fish skin side down.
Add parsley, put fish skin down onto 4 plates in the centre and spoon the sauce over and top with a piece of bacon and serve with lemon.
The book has been written on fish skin in ancient Syriac language which is among the world's endangered handwritings.
Company president Mark McGlothlin said it would feel like skin and be made of collagen fibres from a cow's Achilles tendon or possibly fish skin.
Inspired by Henry VIII's chefs, he prepares fake fish skin from truffle, madeira gel and sea urchin.