A Stump of Occluded Posterior Cerebral Artery Mimicking
a Ruptured Aneurysm: Case Report.
We believe that mimicking
is possible for a number of reasons.
It appears that almost any animal has unique qualities worth mimicking
. Grasso, aside from his robotic lobsters and fish, is also working on modeling and building robotic octopi.
Inzlicht thinks that the reduction in prejudice he saw in his study is likely only short-term, since it was based on mimicking
movements for only 140 seconds.
An outdoor experiment mimicking
the carbon dioxide rise predicted for this century found that poison ivy vines grew more than twice as much per year as they did in unaltered air, says Jacqueline E.
I have always been a renderer, and my stock-in-trade has been photorealist rendering, which is a sort of sick adolescent ability to mimic something, and through that mimicking
, own it.
If they want to do a better job of mimicking
real tissue, they culture the cells in a gel.
Frederick vom Saal of the University of Missouri-Columbia counters that the Tufts researchers, by exposing animals continuously day after day, "are mimicking
to the best degree possible the human exposure to bisphenol-A."
Tyack's team at Woods Hole (Mass.) Oceanographic Institution made statistical comparisons of each of the alleged imitations, the elephants' other vocalizations, and the sounds that the animals seemed to be mimicking
. The analysis confirmed the imitation, Poole, Tyack, and their collaborators report in the March 24 Nature.
The rat findings indicate that cadmium can rev up unwanted cell growth by mimicking
estrogen, says Martin.
They also identified the brain-cell-surface protein that PY[Y.sub.3-36] acts upon, a potential target for drugs mimicking
the gut hormone.
Scientists speculate that they one day may cure narcolepsy or reduce its effects with drugs mimicking
secretions of the missing nerve cells or even with braincell transplants.