hindlimb


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hindlimb

the pelvic limb; back leg.
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Pancuronium did not induce a sufficient mydriasis, whereas use of alcuronium achieved complete mydriasis, but most of the birds examined developed adverse effects, such as inferior eyelid paralysis in 5 birds and full neck and hindlimb muscle paralysis in 1 bird.
After skin incision and cutting the galea aponeurotica, an 8-mm diameter light beam, with a 150 W cold-type halogen light (PICL-NEX, Japan), was focused on the skull and centered over the right hindlimb sensorimotor cortex at bregma -1.
Using immunohistochemistry, trypsin was also found in the developing hindlimb target skeletal muscle beginning on embryonic day 2.
The major difference in the EphA4 mutant is that the majority of axons exit at the cervical level--but is it the presence of EphA4 on the hindlimb axons that keeps them within the dorsal funiculus, or the presence of EphA4 on the forelimb axons that allows them to leave it?
Therapeutic angiogenesis following arterial gene transfer of vascular endothelial growth factor in a rabbit model of hindlimb ischemia.
Dr Malcolm Logan, who led the research at Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, said: "This is the first time that a gene has been shown to direct a transformation of forelimb to hindlimb structures.
Previous studies have demonstrated that the EphA4 receptor tyrosine kinase and its two ligands, ephrin-A2 and ephrin-A5, are expressed in complicated patterns during axon outgrowth to the avian hindlimb.
Carbon monoxide wash-in method to determine gas transfer in vascular beds: application to rat hindlimb.
Effect of eplerenone on endothelial progenitor cells and oxidative stress in ischemic hindlimb.