(1) BOL competitively inhibited the cytotoxicity of 5,6-DHT and neither methysergide nor cyproheptadine potentiated the effect of 5,6 DHT.
(2) Every Friday night, I pass his Little Chef in Popham, Kent, and many a night we stop there, eating our way through perfect scampi and chips, spag bol of the highest order, the bill rarely sliding north of £18 for two, with drinks .
(3) The samples of c.s.f., when tested on the rat stomach fundus preparation, caused contractions which were not due, or at most to a small degree only, to 5-hydroxytryptamine, as they were resistant to BOL.
(4) It was found that (1) electrolytic destruction of medial medulla significantly diminished the depressive responses to ACh in pulmonary and carotid arteries; (2) destruction of nucleus tractus solitarius (NTS) at the level of the medullary obex did not affect the depressive responses in both arteries; obex did not affect the depressive responses in both arteries; (3) microinjection of 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT) blockers, cyproheptadine and 2-bromolysergic acid diethylamide (BOL), into the fourth ventricle or medial medulla could lessen the depressive responses to ACh in pulmonary and carotid arteries; (4) microinjection of naloxone in the same way could partially abolish the depressive responses.
(5) LSD and BOL were found to be equally potent in increasing the rat brain DOPA accumulation after decarboxylase inhibition.
(6) When crude BoL-IFN containing no FBS was used for purification, BoL-IFN from a selected column fraction applied to SDS-PAGE resulted in a single narrow band with an apparent molecular weight (MW) of 19,000 Da.
(7) It is proposed in addition that LSD activates and BOL blocks 5-HT receptors that control DOPA formation.
(8) Ketanserin competes with 5-HT at the 5-HT2 receptor and with BOL at the allosteric site.
(9) Even though LSD behaved as a partial agonist and BOL as a pure antagonist, both drugs blocked the effect of serotonin in an unsurmountable manner, i.e., increasing concentrations of serotonin could not overcome the blocking effect of LSD or BOL.
(10) Arop Bol speaks with affection of the other "lost boys", the comrades in adversity from southern Sudan, whom he met along the way.
(11) Radioligand binding studies showed that preincubation of membranes with either LSD or BOL reduced the density of [3H]ketanserin binding sites, suggesting that the drugs bind tightly to the 5HT2 receptor and are not displaced during the binding assay.
(12) Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) and its structural analogue 2-bromo-lysergic acid diethylamide (BOL) act as unsurmountable antagonists of serotonin-elicited contractions in smooth muscle preparations.
(13) The effect of apomorphine in rats given GBL was blocked by haloperidol, but not by BOL and promethazine, whereas that of LSD was inhibited by haloperidol, BOL, and promethazine.
(14) It is suggested that in the striatum LSD and BOL block autoreceptorss (presynaptic receptors) regulating the tyrosine hydroxylation.
(15) It's just like everyone else's spag bol, except it's Lucy's.
(16) Variability of the total number of type A median neurosecretory cells in the protocerebrum was studied in Micapoda elongata Linn., Elima securigera Brunn., Holochlora indica Kirby, Neoconocephalus pallidus Reclt., Latana inflata Brunn., Gryllotalpa africana Chopard, Gryllus bimaculatus De Geer, Chrotogonus oxypterus Blanchard, Aeolopus affinis Bol., Spathosternum prasiniferum Walker, Hieroglyphus furcifer Ser., Acrida exaltata Walker, Altrastomorpha cranulata Fab., Pyrgomorpha bispinosa Walker, Cyrtacanthacris ranacea Stoll and Poecilocerus pictus Fab.
(18) The abilities of D-lysergic acid diethylamide tartrate (LSD 25), methysergide maleate (UML 491) and 2-bromo-lysergic acid diethylamide (BOL 148) to antagonize the actions of these compounds were studied.2.
(19) LSD and BOL have bimodal actions: direct inhibition and agonist blockade.
(20) The son of Dinka cattle-herding parents, Arop Bol arrived in South Africa in 2002 - 15 years after he was separated from his parents during an attack on their village.
(n.) Forward to meet danger; venturesome; daring; not timorous or shrinking from risk; brave; courageous.
(n.) Exhibiting or requiring spirit and contempt of danger; planned with courage; daring; vigorous.
(n.) In a bad sense, too forward; taking undue liberties; over assuming or confident; lacking proper modesty or restraint; rude; impudent.
(n.) Somewhat overstepping usual bounds, or conventional rules, as in art, literature, etc.; taking liberties in composition or expression; as, the figures of an author are bold.
(n.) Standing prominently out to view; markedly conspicuous; striking the eye; in high relief.
(n.) Steep; abrupt; prominent.
(v. t.) To make bold or daring.
(v. i.) To be or become bold.
(1) Obamacare price hikes show that now is the time to be bold | Celine Gounder Read more No longer able to keep patients off their plans outright, insurers have resorted to other ways to discriminate and avoid paying for necessary treatments.
(2) Moments later, Strauss introduces the bold human character with an energetic, upwards melody which he titles "the climb" in the score.
(3) And that is why we have taken bold action at home – by making historic investments in renewable energy; by putting our people to work increasing efficiency in our homes and buildings; and by pursuing comprehensive legislation to transform to a clean energy economy.
(4) No doubt it was intended as a bold and graphic way of presenting the Iranian nuclear threat, but much of the initial response – on Twitter, at least – was ridicule.
(5) Noonan was also bold in his projection for Irish economic growth by 3.9% for 2015, which is higher than the original 2.7% growth predicted back in April this year.
(6) He Peirong has been at the forefront of a bold and innovative campaign by Chinese activists to free Chen and his family from their lengthy captivity.
(7) But Di Matteo has made bold selections before, not least when he asked Ramires to play on the left of midfield against Barcelona in an attempt to nullify the threat posed by the marauding Daniel Alves down the flank.
(8) But Sanders, 73, rejected the idea his appeal is limited to voters on the left, boldly predicting on Wednesday that his message would appeal to both fellow independents and Republicans.
(9) Read more The agreement earned a mixed initial reception, with the UN hailing a “bold” and “groundbreaking” outcome even as other delegates complained of “a terrible precedent” and lack of moral leadership.
(10) There is effective use of a scuba-like neoprene fabric which is slickly practical and gives a bold, shell-like silhouette to hooded coats and to sweatshirts which seems to reference the balloon and cocoon shapes that Cristobal Balenciaga invented to great acclaim in the 1950s.
(11) Previously a cover-up and reworking of a tattoo beneath, when she was performing across the UK with Girls Aloud in February , you could see the bold work in progress poking above her backless stage costumes.
(12) Blowing up the flats will on the one hand "serve as an unforgettable statement of how Glasgow is confidently embracing the future and changing for the better", while on the other it will "serve as a respectful recognition and celebration of the role the Red Road flats have played in shaping the lives of thousands of city families for whom these flats have simply been home … " According to David Zolkwer, who as the games' artistic director may have had the idea, the demolition will be "a bold and confident statement that says: 'Bring on the future'."
(13) But the equaliser was fair reward for the best move of the game and for Strachan’s own boldness in putting a player on to push back Séamus Coleman on Ireland’s right.
(14) Carney will have to defend his bold pledge to peg UK interest rates to their current record low of 7% until unemployment rate has dropped to 7%, sometime in 2016 by the Bank's reckoning.
(15) But US security experts criticised the administration for appearing to time its intervention to suit conflicting agendas of the Asean and Paris summits rather than more boldly assert the principle of freedom of navigation.
(16) Charlotte Emma Aitchison suits the bold, bratty music she makes.
(17) Advising renegotiation was "a bold recommendation" but showed the depth of backbench feeling on the issue, he added: "This is a joint committee of the Lords and the Commons, with a coalition government majority, and it's a unanimous report."
(18) The only Newcastle player that regularly took initiatives in the first half was Andros Townsend but he lacked the accuracy to make good on bold intentions.
(19) In 2007 a fresh-faced MP spent two days at the home of a Muslim family in Birmingham and then wrote boldly of how it wasn’t possible to “bully people into feeling British: we have to inspire them”; “you can’t even start to talk about a truly integrated society while people are suffering racist … abuse … on a daily basis”.
(20) After meeting the summit host, the president of the Philippines, Obama said the US and Manila had agreed on the need for “bold steps to lower tensions, including pledging to halt reclamation, new construction and militarisation of disputed islands in the South China Sea”.