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Horn (anatomy) - Wikipedia

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A horn is a permanent pointed projection on the head of various animals consisting of a covering of keratin and other proteins surrounding a core of live bone.

ADW: Horns and Antlers

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Early in their development, antlers have high water and protein content. ... As antlers near the end of the growing process, spongy bone in their outer edges is  ...

Deer antlers: a zoological curiosity or the key to understanding ...

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In the first month after casting, antlers grow ... mRNA and protein are highly expressed ...

Deer antler tissue contains two types of bone morphogenetic protein ...

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Biochim Biophys Acta. 1995 Aug 22;1263(2):163-8. Deer antler tissue contains two types of bone morphogenetic protein 4 mRNA transcripts. Feng JQ(1), Chen  ...

Deer antlers are made of true bone that is fed by the covering of velvet.

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Deer need both protein and minerals to grow their antlers. This is in contrast to horned animals whose horns are made of keratin (like fingernails), who do not ...

Antlers vs. Horns | Words On Wildlife

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Apr 2, 2014 ... Keratin is the same protein that fingernails and hair are comprised of. A horn's core consists of live bone, unlike the dead bone of a fully-grown ...

DOG BONES - deer antlers chews for dogs

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Pet chew treats - deer antlers, dog bones, dog chews, rawhide dog bones, ... a sensitive digestive system, disturbed by the fat and protein in rawhide chews.

Shock Study: Link Between Deer Antlers And ... - Save Our Bones

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Shock Study: Link Between Deer Antlers And Osteoporosis Discovered. Today, I will let you .... Bone is 1/3 minerals, 1/3 water and 1/3 protein. In seniors, due to ...

Nanointerfacial strength between non-collagenous protein and ...

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Dec 18, 2013 ... Results show that the NCP–fibril interfaces in antler bone are weak, which ... The NCP region is amorphous and includes a number of proteins, ...

What's the difference between horns and antlers? | Discover Wildlife

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Jun 16, 2015 ... Bone vs keratin, branched vs unbranched, shed vs permanent. ... Developing antlers have a high water and protein content and a soft, hair-like ...