The objective of this contribution is to characterise the distribution of adhesive between the plug wrap paper and the tipping paper on a finished cigarette. On the one hand, it is well known that this distribution influences various properties of the cigarette, but on the other hand, there are no methods available to completely determine this distribution. The area covered by adhesive, the amount of adhesive, and the thickness and position of the adhesive layer between the plug wrap and the tipping paper were chosen as essential quantities. Image analysis was used to evaluate the area covered by adhesive, and the amount of adhesive between the papers. The thickness and position of the adhesive layer were determined by processing pictures of paper cross-sections obtained with a time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometer (TOF-SIMS).
Advanced coating of interior of tanks for rising environmental safety - novel applications of polyurethanes
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This study shows an association between the frequency of the nan1 gene (encoding neuraminidase) among 62 clinical Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolates and adhesion of these bacteria to human buccal epithelial cells. The 52 strains in which the gene was present (83.9%) were characterized by a higher adhesiveness (the mean number of adhering bacteria was 23.51 per cell) than strains in which the gene was not detected (16.23 per cell) and the difference was significant (P = 0.009, Mann-Whitney U test). Thus we found that the nan1 gene may play a role in the binding of clinical P. aeruginosa strains to buccal cells.
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The aim of the study was to determine the impact the surgical implantation of acoustic transmitters (AT; implantation incisions were sutured with tissue adhesive) had on the condition and health of pikeperch, Sander lucioperca (L.), (initial body weight of approximately 600 g). After tagging, the fish were held for 42 days in recirculating aquaculture systems. During this period, no negative effects were observed stemming from the implantation of AT on fish growth, condition, survival, or foraging effectiveness. The procedure also did not have a negative impact on hematological indicators. Among the 13 biochemical blood plasma indicators analyzed, only glucose level in the fish tagged with AT was significantly lower than that in the control group (P≤0.05). The rate of wound healing and the condition of the implantation incisions raised no concerns. Three weeks following the AT implantation procedure the incisions were closed and no infection was noted. Short-term AT retention (42 days) was 83.3%, and the fish shed the tags in the first two weeks following implantation.
Maciej Rożyński, Andrzej Kapusta, Krystyna Demska-Zakęś, Elżbieta Ziomek, Andrzej Szczerbowski, Konrad Stawecki and Zdzisław Zakęś
The aim of this work was to determine the impact on European perch, Perca fluviatilis L. (mean body weight – 78.33 g) of the intraperitoneal implantation of telemetry transmitters using different suturing methods. In the first experiment silk sutures were used (experiment I – group ST), while in the second tissue adhesive was used (experiment II – group GT). Following the procedure, the fish were kept for 42 days in a recirculating system. Differences in growth and condition parameters were only noted in the first week of the experiment. Specimens from group GT had lower values for DGR (daily growth rate) and SGR (specific growth rate), but a higher value for FCR (feed conversion ratio) values. For the hematological parameters, lower values of MCV (mean corpuscular volume) and PLT (blood platelets) were noted in group GT, while for the biochemical parameters, lowered ALP (alkaline phosphatase) activity and Mg (magnesium) concentrations were noted in group ST. In group ST, 33.3% of the specimens loss their tags, while in group GT 77.8% did so. Differences in incision healing were only noted in the second week, when specimens in group ST were observed to have fully closed incisions, while in group GT 50% of the incisions were open. Despite the high percentage of implantation incision healing in both groups, because of the high values of tag loss rate, neither method can be recommended for perch. It might be more effective to use tag with external antennae in this species. The method use for closing implantation incisions also must be improved to eliminate tag shedding.
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