(n.) One who demonstrates; one who proves anything with certainty, or establishes it by indubitable evidence.
(n.) A teacher of practical anatomy.
(1) The Na+ ionophore, gramicidin, had a small but significant inhibitory effect on Na(+)-dependent KG uptake, demonstrating that KG uptake was not the result of an intravesicular positive Na+ diffusion potential.
(2) Patient plasma samples demonstrated evidence of marked complement activation, with 3-fold elevations of C3a desArg concentrations by the 8th day of therapy.
(3) The influence of the various concepts for the induction of lateral structure formation in lipid membranes on integral functional units like ionophores is demonstrated by analysing the single channel current fluctuations of gramicidin in bimolecular lipid membranes.
(4) Of the patients 73% demonstrated clinically normal sensibility test results within 23 days after operation.
(5) Lucy and Ed will combine coverage of hard and breaking news with a commitment to investigative journalism, which their track record so clearly demonstrates”.
(6) These immunocytochemical studies clearly demonstrated that cells encountered within the fibrous intimal thickening in the vein graft were inevitably smooth muscle cell in origin.
(7) Competition with the labelled 10B12 MAb for binding to the purified antigen was demonstrated in sera of tumor-bearing and immune rats.
(8) Using monoclonal antibodies directed against the plasma membrane of Madin-Darby canine kidney (MDCK) cells, we demonstrated previously that a glycoprotein with an Mr = 23,000 (gp23) had a non-polarized cell surface distribution and was observed on both the apical and basolateral membranes (Ojakian, G. K., Romain, R. E., and Herz, R. E. (1987) Am.
(9) These results demonstrate that increased availability of galactose, a high-affinity substrate for the enzyme, leads to increased aldose reductase messenger RNA, which suggests a role for aldose reductase in sugar metabolism in the lens.
(10) Intravesical BCG is clearly superior to oral BCG, and controlled studies have demonstrated that percutaneous administration is not necessary.
(11) We have previously shown that serotonin is present in secretory granules of frog adrenochromaffin cells; concurrently, we have demonstrated that serotonin is a potent stimulator of corticosterone and aldosterone secretion by adrenocortical cells.
(12) Microionophoretically applied excitatory amino acids induced firing of extracellularly recorded single units in a tissue slice preparation of the mouse cochlear nucleus, and the similarly applied antagonist 2-amino-5-phosphonovalerate (2APV) was demonstrated to be a selective N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor antagonist.
(13) The results demonstrated that K2PtCl4 was bound to a greater degree than CDDP in this system with 3-5 and 1-2 platinum atoms respectively, bound per transferrin molecule.
(14) These studies, in addition to demonstrating that the placenta contains TRH deamidase activity, suggest that losses of fetal TRH through the placenta are not large.
(15) Light microscopic studies of pancreata from mice sacrificed at this time demonstrated insulitis and beta cell necrosis.
(16) Western blot analysis of these mitochondria using an antibody against carnitine palmitoyltransferase II purified from beef heart demonstrates a 68-kDa protein, which under ischemic conditions apparently is decreased by 2 kDa.
(17) Acquired drug resistance to INH, RMP, and EMB can be demonstrated in M. kansasii, and SMX in combination with other agents chosen on the basis of MIC determinations are effective in the treatment of disease caused by RMP-resistant M. kansasii.
(18) In 1 of the 3, anterior capsular detachment was also demonstrated radiographically and confirmed surgically.
(19) This result demonstrates that branching enzyme belongs to a family of the amylolytic enzymes.
(20) Histological studies of nerves 2 years following irradiation demonstrated loss of axons and myelin, with a corresponding increase in endoneurial, perineurial, and epineurial connective tissue.
(n.) One who on; one who sees or beholds; a beholder; one who is personally present at, and sees, any exhibition; as, the spectators at a show.
(1) He has also been a vocal opponent of gay marriage, appearing on the Today programme in the run-up to the same-sex marriage bill to warn that it would "cause confusion" – and asking in a Spectator column, after it was passed, "if the law will eventually be changed to allow one to marry one's dog".
(2) Olympic games are a competition between countries, but here spectators can freely choose which star to cheer for and unite as one,” said Inoki, a lawmaker in Japan’s upper house who was known as “Burning Fighting Spirit” in the ring.
(3) In addition he should inform the teams and spectators about the medical coverage.
(4) Ryan said in an article for the China Spectator site, for which he reports from China, that he too had posted pieces about Guo.
(5) Officials had predicted that the 95,000-seat FNB Stadium would be filled and some spectators turned away but, in the end, it only reached about two-thirds capacity.
(6) Clegg was sent a complaint in March 2011 but there was no reply or investigation, it is alleged in this week's Spectator.
(7) The editor of the Spectator stalks the corridors reminding all and sundry that the national debt will have risen far faster and higher under Cameron than under Labour in 13 years.
(8) The Week rose 6.4% year on year to 154,512; and the Spectator hit a record circulation of 77,146, up 2% on the year.
(9) The commentator and Spectator contributing editor Peter Oborne, who will speak at Wednesday’s protest, said: “This is not a matter of right or left.
(10) Under Russian law, gay people attending the games as athletes or spectators will not be allowed to "spread propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations" to anyone under 18.
(11) It only looks like a $100m movie.” Facebook Twitter Pinterest I think Britons of Poulter’s generation – now in their late teens and early 20s, spectators while the economic fiascos of recent years shredded their odds of financial stability in the future – are more inclined to be aware of money, and more inclined to be aware of its reckless use.
(12) So said the Dispatches programme’s author and presenter, Fraser Nelson , who also happens to be editor of the Spectator during what is turning out to be one of its more ideological phases – as distinct from the High Tory scepticism of many decades.
(13) In later life the star had to give up drinking due to ill health but the greatest acting triumph of his later years was playing another notorious drunk, and O'Toole drinking buddy, Spectator columnist Jeffrey Bernard in Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell.
(14) West Ham United have increased the matchday capacity at the former Olympic Stadium to 60,000 in response to spectator demand.
(15) Spectators were so closely packed that emergency services had to gather up a macabre jumble of body parts, and the final toll was never confirmed.
(16) Nelson said: "Against the cacophony of the 24-hour news era, there has never been a greater need for what the Spectator offers: wit, style, mischief, elegance of thought and independence of opinion.
(17) I don’t want to talk about the referee because I don’t want to be punished again [following his two-game touchline ban last season].” City have made an official complaint to Uefa regarding the presence of spectators at the match and an official from the European game’s governing body was also monitoring the contingent during the game.
(18) i lent brett ratner my 2nd (of 2) parms dorz cos he wantd 2 impress women and I was worrid he mite get bbq sauce on it agen lol You've said your films are intended as "polemical statements against the American 'barrel down' cinema and its dis-empowerment of the spectator."
(19) There was a smaller group of black spectators from a nearby township, determined to show they could now stand where they pleased.
(20) Johnson's schoolfriend and Bullingdon mucker, Darius Guppy, leapt to Johnson's defence in the Spectator correct , though I use the word "defence" loosely.