(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 pod or capsule of a plant, as of flax or cotton; a pericarp of a globular form.
(n.) A Scotch measure, formerly in use: for wheat and beans it contained four Winchester bushels; for oats, barley, and potatoes, six bushels. A boll of meal is 140 lbs. avoirdupois. Also, a measure for salt of two bushels.
(v. i.) To form a boll or seed vessel; to go to seed.
(1) The % by weight content of leaf-like, stem, boll, seed, and weed materials sifted (3360 mum greater than particle size greater than or equal to 595 mum) from visible wastes of the Shirley Analyzer was determined for a lint sample taken after ginning but before cleaning and for a second lint sample taken after one stage of saw-type cleaning.
(2) There was no significant difference in the numbers of contaminated bolls between the excised and field-matured treatments.
(3) These results were discussed in the context of the species-specific defense reaction (SSDR) avoidance theory of Bolles.
(4) But I am confident that we as a city can shape the coexistence of different cultures we have here now.” “We have to bring the city into the camps,” says refugee coordinator Hadjiandreou-Boll.
(5) Expression of heat shock proteins (hsp) in the BRL-AG-3C cell line from the cotton boll weevil was examined.
(6) Muraschi, Thelma F. (Division of Laboratories and Research, New York State Department of Health, Albany), John K. Miller, Victor N. Tompkins, and Dorothy M. Bolles.
(7) A heterogeneous group of 100 subjects were selected from the neuropsychological testing case records published by Golden, Osmon, Moses, and Berg in 1981, Boll (undated), and Reitan (undated).
(8) All of the bolls inoculated through the carpel wall had A. flavus in the seed, but only 11% of the stem and peduncle sections were infected, indicating that the fungus does not readily grow downward from the boll into the supporting stem or peduncle.
(9) Alix Bolle of the European association Energy Cities says many Scandinavian and German cities do well on energy not only because they have highly efficient district heating and cooling systems, but because powers to harness and manage energy are decentralised.
(10) Boll weevil (Anthonomus grandis) eggs contain two yolk proteins, YP47 and YP160.
(11) The seed and stem and peduncle sections of each boll were surface-sterilized, plated on agar media and observed for A. flavus.
(12) Raw cotton from 4 machine picked varieties and 2 machine stripped varieties is examined by stereomicroscope and bright-field microscopy for presence of plant trash(bract, leaf, stem, seed, boll, and weed fragments-size range 841-2000mum) that gives rise to cotton dust during yarn manufacturing operations.
(13) The FokI method of gene synthesis [Mandecki and Bolling, Gene 68 (1988) 101-107] was used to assemble the plasmid from 30 oligodeoxyribonucleotides.
(14) The fungus was present in 20 to 58% of the immature bolls harvested 25 or 35 days after anthesis.
(15) Bolles tells us he is playing at the Echo in a few minutes with his band The Fancy Space People.
(16) Whole plants, assayed under conditions of high insect pressure with Heliothis zea (cotton bollworm) showed effective square and boll protection.
(17) Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis was used to examine gut, Malpighian tube, fat-body, testes, and ovarioles tissues of the adult cotton boll weevil, Anthonomus grandis Boh.
(18) The first are called vitellogenins and are found in frog, chicken, nematode, fish, and some insects such as the boll weevil.
(19) Bolls developing from early-season flowers had significantly higher percentages of A. flavus-infected seed than did bolls from flowers formed later in the season.
(20) The esterases of the cotton boll weevil were separated by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis into four major regions.