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n.1.(Anat.) See Exoskeleton.
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Eyeing a new generation of industrial and military exoskeletons, Lockheed Martin has licensed the bionic augmentation technology Dermoskeleton from B-Temia, Inc.
B-Temia owns a patent-pending wearable dermoskeleton technology that restores, maintains or enhances the mobility of users.
In addition to well-preserved macroscopic vertebrate remains, the dermoskeleton microremains of a number of squamate early vertebrate species are extremely abundant in Ohesaare and form bone beds in several levels of the section (Nestor 1990; Marss & Nestor 2014).