GONE FISHING A seal tears into a Dogfish shark
in Ardglass yesterday PICTURES: PACEMAKER
there's scarcely less magic in the actual "purse" itself -- actually the egg casing of a little dogfish shark
, most often found in tidal pools around the English coast.
A cartilage extract taken from the dogfish shark
, AE-941 had appeared to improve survival in phase I/II trials.
Examples include the dogfish shark
at Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory Center in Salisbury Cove, Maine, the rainbow trout model of cancer at the Oregon State University Center in Corvallis, Oregon, and Aplysia californica as a model for memory and learning at the University of Miami Coral Gables Center in Miami, Florida.
Yet in 1915, scientists reported a spiny dogfish shark
from the Straits of Georgia sporting a thyroid tumor.
Pugh the 3ft-long dogfish shark
cannot see the glass and has been hitting his nose against the tank.
Another NCI-sponsored study evaluating Neovastat (AE-941), an angiogenesis inhibitor derived from ultrafiltration of liquid dogfish shark
cartilage, is ongoing.
Meet "Bill" a baby dogfish shark
who lives in a sandwich bag
Scientists have discovered a new class of antibiotic -- a type of steroid --in the stomach of the dogfish shark
Aminosterols are a class of small molecule compounds originally discovered in the dogfish shark
, Squalus acanthius.
Other marine remedies in the pipeline include a natural antibiotic made by the dogfish shark
, a hormone from salmon that fights bone deterioration, and chemicals from marine bacteria that, in lab tests, slowed the growth of the AIDS and herpes viruses.
The proposals for porbeagle and spiny dogfish shark
were developed by the EU while the hammerhead and oceanic whitetip shark proposals were offered by the US.