"The spiny dogfish (squalus
acanthias) is among the slowest-growing, latest maturing and longest lived of shark species.
The creature was called 'Squalus
Maximus' and was likely a large basking shark.
Por ejemplo, Schlumberger & Lucke (1948) describieron un fibrosarcoma en el primer rayo de una aleta de un ejemplar de raya Raja macrorhyncha, y un condroma en una vertebra lumbar de un galludo espinilla (Squalus
A study in dogfish (Squalus
acanthias), demonstrated that the angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor, Captopril (CAP), greatly reduced basal drinking rates and blocked the dipsogenic response to administration of angiotensin I (ANGI), while having no effect on a strong dipsogenic effect produced by ANGII infusion (Anderson et al.
The SQ was discovered by Tsujimoto Mitsumaru in 1916, a Japanese researcher who described the compound as a highly unsaturated molecule, assigning its name to the genus from which was isolated, Squalus
This library is based on optimized Squalus
acanthias spiny dogfish frameworks and contains significant engineered binding loop diversity.
A prostaglandin, not NO, mediates endothelium-dependent dilation in ventral aorta of shark (Squalus
Also, it was reported that the growth constants of Squalius squalus
La=63.91 cm, K=0.12 yr-1, t0=0.160 yr; the growth performance index (F) was 2.70 for Assino Creek in Italy (Pompei et al., 2011).
Demersal and pelagic fish dominated bottom trawl samples; the top 5 were Leucoraja spp., spiny dogfish (Squalus
acanthias), Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus), haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus), and Peprilus spp.
, Ministerio de Ambiente, Vivienda y Desarrollo Territorial, Instituto Colombiano Agropecuario, Colciencias, Conservacion Internacional, WWF, pp.
Non-teleost prey consumed included cephalopods, crustaceans, rajiform fish, hagfish or lamprey, squaliform or elasmobranch fish (such as Pacific Spiny Dogfish, Squalus
suckleyi), gastropods, polychaetes, bivalves, and instances of the consumption of mammals or birds (Luxa and Acevedo-Gutierrez 2013).