(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.) The trunk or stem of a tree, or that which is like it.
(n.) An aperture, with a wooden shutter, in the wall of a house, for giving, occasionally, air or light; also, a small closet.
(n.) A measure. See Boll, n., 2.
(n.) Any one of several varieties of friable earthy clay, usually colored more or less strongly red by oxide of iron, and used to color and adulterate various substances. It was formerly used in medicine. It is composed essentially of hydrous silicates of alumina, or more rarely of magnesia. See Clay, and Terra alba.
(n.) A bolus; a dose.
(1) "The associated underground extraction takes place very deep below the Earth's surface, over a wide geographical area," Boles said.
(2) Under Right to Build, announced by the former housing minister Nick Boles in July, individuals will have the right to register their interest in building their own home and the local authority will have a duty to ensure that suitable affordable plots are made available by granting planning consents and working with local registered providers such as housing associations.
(3) I said to Nick Boles, who at the time was the planning minister, ‘Have you been down to Eastleigh yet?’ and he said, ‘I’m told I’m not allowed to go down in case it inflames the whole housebuilding issue’.
(4) To stop a beam in the target computer-assisted three-dimensional design and heterogeneity calculations were performed; computed compensatory boles were produced.
(5) A series of Tory figures have canvassed the possibility of a formal or informal pact, including leading backbencher Nicholas Boles, former prime minister John Major and leader of the Lords, Lord Strathclyde.
(6) I said to Nick Boles, who at the time was the planning minister, ‘Have you been down to Eastleigh yet?’ and he said, ‘I’m told I’m not allowed to go down in case it inflames the whole housebuilding issue.’” Browne added: “The public, whether it’s the NHS or housebuilding, detect that gap, and you will see it now at constituency level with quite debased leaflet-based campaigning about what the parties are going to stop at local level, which is almost completely at odds with the macro-level speeches that the leaders are making up in Westminster.
(7) As planning minister Nick Boles discovered last week, when he talked about building 100,000 new homes on two million acres of countryside, building more houses can be controversial.
(8) The idea that he'd have been better off spending the day trooping around a shopping centre is nonsense," says Nicholas Boles, chair of the Cameronite Policy Exchange thinktank.
(9) Benn said he agreed with the planning minister, Nick Boles, that "we can't carry on moaning about the difficulty our children are facing in finding somewhere to live while opposing all planning applications for new housing".
(10) It is the same, incidentally, whenever the planning minister, Nick Boles, says fields are overrated and the green belt should be built on.
(11) Mathematical models of bole and branch form are presented, based on the proposition that either wind or gravity are the primary limiting factors for tree size and shape.
(12) At the time that the same sex marriage act was passed the equalities minister, Nick Boles, said: “I know how important it is for couples to have the option of marriage available to them.
(13) Nick Boles, planning minister, called last year for 2-3% of the UK's open land to be built on to create enough homes for people, while last week the environment secretary Owen Paterson told the Times he supported "newt credits", by which developers could offset any environmental damage in one area by funding environmental improvements elsewhere.
(14) The business minister Nick Boles said: “These changes will also simplify the law for businesses so they can spend less time worrying about unclear and unwieldy regulations.” Richard Lloyd, executive director of consumer group Which?, said: “Consumer law was crying out to be brought up to date to cope with the requirements and demands of today’s shoppers.
(15) Green-belt land in England should be freed up for new housing developments, according to a centre-right thinktank established by the new planning minister, Nick Boles.
(16) It would mean a "disproportionately large number of individuals and businesses" would have to be personally informed, Boles told MPs in a written statement.
(17) Last week, the Tory MP Nick Boles gave a speech in which he lauded Johnson's popularity in a climate where "there is a substantial group of people who will literally not even contemplate voting Conservative".
(18) Instead, Francis Maude , the Cabinet Office minister and one of the thinktank's founders, will make a speech recalling how, back in 2002, Policy Exchange, under the aegis of its first director, Nick Boles, was conceived to fill an intellectual void on the centre right.
(19) Many proposals by Policy Exchange, founded by a group including ministers Michael Gove, Francis Maude and Nick Boles, have found their way into Conservative manifestos in the past.
(20) At 27, he has worked in hotels, for the Aldi supermarket and for the Tory MPs Mark Spencer and Nick Boles.