(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.
(a.) Of or pertaining to Bologna.
(n.) A native of Bologna.
(1) To evaluate the predictive capability of the postprandial blood glucose response after consumption of a starch-rich meal, we compared the glycaemic effects of spaghetti (60 g) taken alone and with bolognese sauce (167 g).
(2) Tesco has admitted its value range of spaghetti bolognese contains more than 60% horsemeat as fresh DNA tests began to reveal new products affected by the scandal.
(3) To answer this question, we evaluated blood glucose, free-insulin, and glucagon responses to exchangeable amounts of spaghetti and potato when ingested together with bolognese sauce in seven IDDM patients who had attained euglycemia with the artificial pancreas before meal intake.
(4) To see if the difference in the glucose responses in NIDDM patients is preserved if these carbohydrate-rich foods are taken as part of a mixed meal we looked at the blood glucose and insulin responses to 50 g of carbohydrate in the form of potato and white spaghetti when ingested together with bolognese sauce (167 g) in 7 NIDDM patients.
(5) Looking back, Bradley says he ate because he was hungry and because he liked his mother’s home-cooked food – spaghetti bolognese, lasagne, curry.
(6) You spend all that time wedging spinach under poached eggs and hiding carrot in Bolognese, only to find out you had it all wrong; five portions of fresh fruit and vegetables are not enough to assure good health.
(7) We’re feeding between 200 and 400 twice a week in Southall.” Chaunte Campbell, 23, takes home the tin of tuna donated by Robson, with a bag of provisions that also contains spaghetti bolognese, a jar of hot chocolate powder, some meatball sauce, soup, hot dogs, noodles, Aunt Bessie’s dumpling mix, rice, longlife milk, Weetos, kitchen roll, toilet roll and apple juice.
(8) The light-sensitive house fly pigment showed spectroscopic and chemical properties of the ommochrome pigments (Butenandt and Schäfer: Recent Progress in the Chemistry of Natural and Synthetic, Colouring Matters and Related Fields, Academic Press, New York, pp 13-33, 1962; Bolognese and Scherillo: Experientia 30:225-226, 1974).
(9) Blood glucose increment after white spaghetti and bolognese sauce was only approximately 50% of that seen in response to potato and bolognese sauce.
(10) "Following the withdrawal of Findus beef lasagne, which is produced by Comigel, we have decided to withdraw our frozen Everyday Value Spaghetti Bolognese, which is produced at the same site, as a precautionary measure.
(11) Be canny about it: one huge pan of tomato sauce will make lasagne and bolognese.
(12) "Following an alert from our French supplier, Comigel, Aldi immediately withdrew its Today's Special Frozen Beef Lasagne and Today's Special Frozen Spaghetti Bolognese from stores as a precautionary measure," it said.
(13) The ad campaign said that the problems that have arisen with meat is "about more than burgers and bolognese".
(14) There was also criticism of M&S in-store clothing ranges, the amount of sugar in its meals, and the amount of chilli in its spaghetti bolognese.
(15) From 17 or 18, to 20 I was also the cook on the boat, making meals on the stove in a little galley – lasagnes, roasts and spaghetti bolognese.
(16) Aldi said it felt "angry and let down" by its French supplier Comigel after tests on Today's Special frozen beef lasagne and Today's Special frozen spaghetti bolognese found they contained between 30% and 100% horsemeat.
(17) Meanwhile, Tesco becomes the latest firm to drop a major supplier after discovering a range of spaghetti bolognese ready meals contained more than 60% horsemeat.
(18) The next round of tests revealed that the "beef" in frozen lasagne and spaghetti bolognese made for Tesco, Aldi and Findus by a French manufacturer, Comigel, was up to 100% horse.
(19) The potato (200 g raw wt) with bolognese sauce (167 g) and spaghetti (50 g raw wt) with bolognese sauce (167 g) had approximately identical caloric content (435 and 447 kcal, respectively), fat (18 g each), protein (23 and 26 g, respectively), and carbohydrate (47 and 48 g, respectively).
(20) Coprological examinations were made on 686 owned dogs (23% of the total number of the registered dogs) in a semiurban area of the province of Bologna including the small towns of S. Agata, S. Giovanni in Persiceto, Sala Bolognese and Crevalcore.