pig skin


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pig skin

soft skin in which follicles are widely dilated; seen in pretibial myxedema.
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It may not seem different from your usual chips, but "Collagen Pop" contains almost no carbohydrates or sugar; it is made up of mostly protein, just like pig skin.
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For the swine study, the excised pig skin was tattooed with several differently colored inks.
Agro-industrial giant Mong Reththy Group exported its first batch of processed pig skin leather in September and has spent the last three months testing its factory operations before scaling up exports destined for European and Japanese markets, a company executive said yesterday.
The team tested the effectiveness of the ink using segments of pig skin and observed how the ink changed color or intensity in response to different biomarkers.
The man-made version of this tough adhesive is based on the same principles and in a series of experiments reported in the journal Science on Thursday it was shown to adhere strongly to pig skin, cartilage, tissue and organs.
There is a lot of fat under pig skin, so in terms of calories they packed a punch.
Newborn pig skin was used as the diffusion membrane in a modified Franz-diffusion cell (Model Hanson 57-6M, California, United States) with an effective diffusion area of 1.77 [cm.sup.2].
Gorjanc showcased speculative designs made of pig skin at the school's end-of-year show, claiming second place for the MullenLowe Nova Awards. The pig skin offcuts were used because of their resemblance to human skin, adding color and silicon to enhance the similarity.