The Johns Hopkins researchers say their work substantially expedites the creation of neural crest
cells from any patient with a neural crest
-related disorder, a tool that lets physicians and scientists study each patient's disorder at the cellular level.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez shows off the new club crest
design, chosen by the supporters, yesterday
The newly designed crests
will be presented alongside a detailed explanation of how each one has been developed.
, arms and monograms you see were cut from letterheads and envelope flaps and are usually just referred to as "crests
The likes of Dublin, Kilkenny and Meath have all registered new crests
in recent seasons for similar reasons.
MAYO will wear the county's traditional crest
on their jerseys for the LAST time at next Sunday's All-Ireland football final.
These channels, the first seen on a pterosaur crest
, strengthen the argument that these relatives of dinosaurs used their cranial crests
to regulate body temperature.
This as-yet-un-named beast from the Jurassic period sported an unusual head crest
that swept upward in a style resembling the King's famous pompadour, according to the paleontologist who found the animals's skull as well as bones of another type fo dinosaur during a 1991 expedition to the frozen continent.