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|Title:||Controlled scar formation and Animal Husbandry method|
|Assignee:||Adelaide Research and Innovation Pty Ltd|
|Contributor:||A.P.T. Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys|
|Invented by P. I. Hynd, N. M. Penno; Assigned to Adelaide Research and Innovation Pty Ltd; A.P.T. Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys agents for inventors.|
|Abstract:||A method of inducing injury in an animal to a defined area beneath the surface of the skin. The method include the step of delivering an effective amount of a casoconstrictor and a collagen cleaving agent to the defined area in sufficient amounts to cause an injury leading to scar formation. In particular this relates to the delivery of a collagenase and the casoconstrictor adrenalin. This has a number of practical applications but in particular provides for a suitable alternative to mulesing of lambs.|
|Description:||PATENT: P. I. Hynd, N. M. Penno (Assignee: Adelaide Research and Innovation Pty Ltd). AU 2006/220394 A1 filed Sep 20, 2006; published Apr 5, 2007.|
|Appears in Collections:||Agriculture, Food and Wine publications|
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