Morphology and ultrastructure of the left kidney (papillary sac) in Haliotis iris', possible role in reabsorption and haemocyanin
synthesis or storage.
Modulation of haemocyanin
oxygen affinity in the intertidal prawn Palaemon elegans (Rathke).
The researchers found that the forms of haemocyanin
of the Antarctic octopod Pareledone charcoti, are genetically and functionally different from the temperate and warmer climate octopods, facilitating oxygen release at sub-zero temperatures.
concentration of juvenile lobsters (Homarus gammarus) in relation to moulting cycle and feeding conditions.
An ergonovine-glutaryl-keyhole limpet haemocyanin
(EG-KLH) conjugate was manufactured for the purpose of eliciting an immune response in Balb/C mice.
Moult cycle of the decapod Nephrops norvegicus (Linnaeus, 1758): description of stages and sequential changes in haemolymph protein and haemocyanin
synthesis and the branchial gland of Octopus.
A structure of the copper-containing, oxygen-carrying protein Panulirus interruptus haemocyanin
Molecular phylogeny and the geographic origin of Haliotidae traced by haemocyanin
The functioning of the haemocyanin
of the terrestrial Christmas Island red crab Gecarcoidea natalis and roles for organic modulators.
An analysis of the effects of pH on oxygen binding by squid (Illex illecebrosus, Loligo pealei) haemocyanin
Cu is the main component of haemocyanin
, which functions as oxygen carrier and can often be found in high concentrations in gill and hepatopancreas tissue of crustaceans (Bryan 1968, Darmono & Denton 1990, Depledge et al.