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Eptatretus stoutii

Known as: Bdellostoma stoutii, California hagfish, Eptatretus stouti 
National Institutes of Health

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2007
2007
A single hagfish (Myxinidae, Eptatretus) specimen was recently captured at a hydrothermal vent site on the East Pacific Rise (38… 
2004
2004
The various species of Japanese hagfish, namely, Eptatretus okinoseanus (types A and B), Eptatretus burgeri and Myxine garmani… 
1993
1993
In 1988, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife began sampling and monitoring the development of a new fishery for Pacific… 
1991
1991
Cytogenetic examination of four Japanese hagfish species belonging to the order Myxinida (Eptatretus okinoseanus, E. burgeri… 
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1987
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1987
Capnophorin (Band 3) is the major red cell transport protein, present in human erythrocyte membranes at 1X10 copies per cell… 
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1986
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1986
Arterial and mixed venous blood were sampled through chronically implanted cannulae from rested and swimming hagfish. PaO2… 
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1983
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1983
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1974
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1974
The respiration rate in situ of two common benthopelagic fishes, Coryphaenoides acrolepis and Eptatretus deani, was monitored at… 
1974
1974
The Japanese hagfish Eptatretus burgeri may be found in relatively shallow water, and is thus accessible to field observations by…