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The Protection of Cultural Heritage in the Sultanate of Oman

Gugolz, Alessandro

In: International Journal of Cultural Property, 1996, vol. 5, no. 2, p. 291-309

Université de Fribourg

Zebrafish caudal fin angiogenesis assay—advanced quantitative assessment including 3-way correlative microscopy

Hlushchuk, Ruslan ; Brönnimann, Daniel ; Shokiche, Carlos Correa ; Schaad, Laura ; Triet, Ramona ; Jazwinska, Anna ; Tschanz, Stefan A. ; Djonov, Valentin

In: PLOS ONE, 2016, vol. 11, no. 3, p. e0149281

Background: Researchers evaluating angiomodulating compounds as a part of scientific projects or pre-clinical studies are often confronted with limitations of applied animal models. The rough and insufficient early-stage compound assessment without reliable quantification of the vascular response counts, at least partially, to the low transition rate to clinics. Objective: To establish an...

Université de Fribourg

New insights into the lifestyle of Allosaurus (Dinosauria: Theropoda) based on another specimen with multiple pathologies

Foth​, Christian ; Evers, Serjoscha W. ; Pabst, Ben ; Mateus, Octávio ; Flisch, Alexander ; Patthey, Mike ; Rauhut, Oliver W.M.

In: PeerJ, 2015, vol. 3, p. e940

Adult large-bodied theropods are often found with numerous pathologies. A large, almost complete, probably adult Allosaurus specimen from the Howe Stephens Quarry, Morrison Formation (Late Kimmeridgian–Early Tithonian), Wyoming, exhibits multiple pathologies. Pathologic bones include the left dentary, two cervical vertebrae, one cervical and several dorsal ribs, the left scapula, the left...

Université de Fribourg

The art of fin regeneration in zebrafish

Pfefferli, Catherine ; Jaźwińska, Anna

In: Regeneration, 2015, p. -

The zebrafish fin provides a valuable model to study the epimorphic type of regeneration, by which the amputated part of the appendage is nearly perfectly replaced. To accomplish fin regeneration, two reciprocally interacting domains need to be established at the injury site, namely, a wound epithelium and a blastema. The wound epithelium provides a supporting niche for the blastema, which...

Université de Fribourg

Evolution of neck vertebral shape and neck retraction at the transition to modern turtles: an integrated geometric morphometric approach

Werneburg, Ingmar ; Wilson, Laura A.B. ; Parr, William C. H. ; Joyce, Walter G.

In: Systematic Biology, 2014, p. syu072

The unique ability of modern turtles to retract their head and neck into the shell through a side-necked (pleurodiran) or hidden-necked (cryptodiran) motion is thought to have evolved independently in crown turtles. The anatomical changes that led to the vertebral shapes of modern turtles, however, are still poorly understood. Here we present comprehensive geometric morphometric analyses that...

Bibliothèque cantonale jurassienne

Cenomanian (Early Late Cretaceous) ammonoid faunas of Western Europe : part II, diversity patterns and the end-Cenomanian anoxic event

Monnet, Claude

In: Eclogae geologicae Helvetiae : recueil périodique de la Société géologique suisse, 2003, vol. 96, p. 381-398