longissimus

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longissimus

 [lon-jis´ĭ-mus] (L.)
longest.
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The CE-TOFMS technique was used for the analysis of water-soluble charged metabolites including free amino acids, organic acids, and short-chain peptides in the lean portion of JB cattle Longissimus thoracis (LT) muscle.
"My illiacus, longissimus thoracis, they were all kind of overworking, if you want to get technical on that.
The samples were collected 24 hours after slaughter, from the longissimus thoracis muscle between the 12th and 13th rib and stored immediately at -70AdegC.
During carcass dressing, right Longissimus thoracis et lumborum muscles (LTL) were cut out, packaged in polyethylene bags and transported to the laboratory in a box with ice.
Experiment I: Ten samples of longissimus thoracis muscle from young buffaloes slaughtered at 20-24 months were analyzed using a completely randomized design, with four treatments and 10 replicates per treatment, defined in a split-plot design, with plots assigned according to animals and subplots according to aging time.
Longissimus thoracis, CIE [L.sup.*][a.sup.*][b.sup.*] colour parameters (Commission International de l'Eclairage, 1976) were measured at three locations of a freshly cut surface of m.
(2006) for longissimus thoracis of Kivircik lambs confirmed the current results.
Previous studies have demonstrated that DNAJA1 could be a good indicator of beef toughness in Longissimus thoracis muscle from Charolais young bulls.
The left intercostal space between rib 6 and 7 and the paraspinal musculature (rhomboids major, spinalis thoracis, longissimus thoracis, iliocostalis thoracis, multifidus thoracis) from T4 to the iliac crest were tender to palpation with increased myofascial tension, especially on the left.