interscapular


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interscapular

[¦in·tər′skap·yə·lər]
(anatomy)
Between the shoulders or shoulder blades.
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After clipping several feathers in the interscapular region, we activated transmitters, verified activation, and glued them with an ethyl cyanoacrylate adhesive to the clipped feather shafts (sensu Raim 1978, Johnson et al.
A CLA-dependent decrease in mRNA levels of PPAR[gamma] was seen in interscapular brown adipose tissue of both strains and in white adipose tissue of mice (Takahashi et al.
Three circular wounds were created for each animal in the dorsal interscapular region by excising the skin with the help of a 6 mm biopsy punch (Basak et al.
2008 sc inj Fat, interscapular brown (g) Williams and Kanagasabai1984 Water Fat (mg/fetus) Gao et al.
Measurements of bill width, depth, and length (at nares) and tarsus, tail, and wing chord were taken with MAX-CAL electronic digital calipers, which were also used to measure the length of the white interscapular patch at the center of the back.
Under sterilized conditions, cotton pellets of 7 [+ or -] 1 mg were implanted subcutaneously in the interscapular area L-1, nimesulide and indomethacin were administrated once a day for seven days at the doses indicated above.
5-g transmitters (A2415, Advanced Telemetry Systems, Isanti, MN, USA) were affixed after QMR scanning with eyelash adhesive directly to a cleared area of skin in the interscapular region (adapted from Raim 1978).
On cardiac auscultation there was a 2/6 systolic murmur over the 4th and 5th intercostal spaces as well as on the back interscapular space.
Brown adipose tissue (BAT) was collected from the interscapular region and separated from the attached white adipose tissue.
Under sterile conditions, cotton pellets, weighing 7 mg each, were implanted an interscapular distance under the skin.