Commercialization of the uneviscerated
snail is not allowed.
In a subsequent series of experiments, the EST sequences were tested in a custom-made microchip to compare the gene expression profile at three regeneration stages (3-, 7-and 14-days post-evisceration) and normal, uneviscerated
intestines (Ortiz-Pineda et al, 2009).
Hand, which involves replenishing the blood of an uneviscerated
mummy and using cardiac revival techniques to bring it back to life.
1) %: of live weight; (2) %: of uneviscerated
Botulism from traditional recipes of uneviscerated fish is well documented in such preparations as Egyptian fasikh (17) and East-European kapchunka (18).
Outbreak of type E botulism associated with an uneviscerated, salt-cured fish product--New Jersey.
650: Uneviscerated fish products that are salt-cured, dried, or smoked (CPG 7108.
This report summarizes the epidemiologic investigation of these cases that linked illness to consumption of an uneviscerated, salt-cured fish product.
NJDH traced the source of botulism to an ethnic preparation of fish known as moloha, an uneviscerated, salt-cured fish product.
Previous outbreaks of botulism in California, New York, and Israel were associated with consumption of kapchunka, an uneviscerated, freshwater fish soaked in brine and air-dried (4-8).
An international outbreak of type E botulism due to uneviscerated fish.