Spiny Dogfish

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Spiny Dogfish

 

(Acanthias acanthias), a fish of the suborder Selachoidei. Body length, up to 2 m; weight, up to 15 kg. The spiny dogfish is distributed in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. In the USSR it is found in the Barents and Black seas, as well as in the seas of the Far East. The fish has commercial value.

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Anti-ICOSL VNARs, derived from a synthetic Squalus acanthias library, were ranked based on their ability to inhibit the ICOS-ICOSL interaction.
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Trade in and conservation of two Shark Species, Porbeagle (Lamna nasus) and Spiny Dogfish (Squalus acanthias).
Divergence of insulin-like growth factors I and II in the elasmobranch, Squalus acanthias. FEBS Lett., 28;371(1): 69-72.
The spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias Linneus, 1758) is the best-known example of this type of reproductive cycle.
[31.] Vyonke W Influence of biological and environmental factors on Nitogenous extractives of the spurdog Squalus acanthias .
Este genero no ha sido reportado hasta el momento para el Caribe general en las especies de pargo examinadas en este trabajo; cabe anotar, sin embargo, que fue reportado en el Golfo de Mexico para Squalus acanthias (11).
Activation of liver carnitine palmitoyltransferase-1 and mitochondrial acetoacetyl-CoA thiolase is associated with elevated ketone body levels in the elasmobranch Squalus acanthias. Physiol and Biochemics Zool.
In addition, Betka and Callard (1999) showed that intracellular 109Cd in the testis of the shark Squalus acanthias was stage dependent resulting in a 3-to-5 fold gradient: germinal zone > premeiotic > meiotic > postmeiotic stages.
The average gestation period is 9--12 months, but it takes up to 22 months for the piked dogfish (Squalus acanthias).
Fricker (University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany) found brain capillaries isolated from killifish or dogfish shark (Squalus acanthias) are suitable and relatively long-lived models for mammalian systems (Miller et al.