(n.) The female of the red deer, of which the male is the stag.
(n.) A spotted food fish of the genus Epinephelus, as E. apua of Bermuda, and E. Drummond-hayi of Florida; -- called also coney, John Paw, spotted hind.
(n.) A domestic; a servant.
(n.) A peasant; a rustic; a farm servant.
(a.) In the rear; -- opposed to front; of or pertaining to the part or end which follows or is behind, in opposition to the part which leads or is before; as, the hind legs or hind feet of a quadruped; the hind man in a procession.
(1) Four hundred mice were innouclated in the hind footpads with 10(8) organisms.
(2) These transformants were found to possess discrete Hind III fragments containing human Alu family sequences which were conserved in several independent secondary transformants.
(3) The rate of removal of exogenous PGE2 in the hind limb circulation was not influenced by HC, suggesting that the diminution of PG release by HC results from the suppression of PG generation rather than from the enhancement of degradation.
(4) In pentobarbital-anesthetized rats or in perfused hind paw of rats, the potentiation induced by cocaine and tripelennamine was more marked to norepinephrine than to epinephrine, but an inverse relation between norepinephrine and epinephrine was observed in the potentiation by I and II.
(5) A 57-year-old man was envenomated via two spur wounds to the right hand from each hind leg of a male platypus.
(6) The biomechanical strength of femur of adult rats was tested after immobilization for 9 weeks and remobilization for 12 weeks of 1 hind leg.
(7) Metabolism of L-isoleucine, L-alloisoleucine and corresponding 2-oxo acids in rat hind limb muscle was comparatively studied under steady-state perfusion conditions.
(8) A rearranged Hind III-Bam HI fragment of 9.5 kb was detected in only one patient instead of the rearranged fragment of 8.5 kb described in CLL.
(9) Cellularity and intensity of RNA synthesis in the popliteal lymph nodes of mice treated with different types of antigen injected subcutaneously into the hind footpads were followed.
(10) The chromosomal DNAs of these strains cleaved with Hind III showed three fragments hybridizing with a DNA probe containing cloned haemolysin (hly) genes of Escherichia coli.
(11) Wistar rats were infected by injection of 0.05 ml of a dense oily suspension of Staphylococcus aureus into the posterior thigh muscles of the hind leg.
(12) Fifteen feet had a good and two had a poor correction of the deformity of the hind part of the foot, the result being directly related to the intraoperative correction of the equinus deformity.
(13) Southern blotting of Hind III-digested DNA from nude T cells with a C beta probe revealed a more restricted pattern of TCR beta chain rearrangements than was seen for normal T cells.
(14) Pressure-flow curves obtained in the perfused hind limb vasculature were shifted significantly to the right following SQ-14225 indicating a decrease in the hind limb vascular resistance.
(15) In the hind limb bud TGF-beta 1, bFGF, IGF-I, and IGF-II expression was detected 11.5 dpc.
(16) It is located within DNA fragment Hind III having 2,500 nucleotide pairs.
(17) The kinetics and compartmentalization of this anti-idiotypic responsiveness was studied by vaccinating rats in the hind footpads and monitoring the proliferative reactivity of the draining popliteal lymph node (PLN) and distal cervical lymph node (CLN) cells at various times.
(18) One hind limb of each frog was randomly selected to receive continuous 120-Hz HVPC at voltages 10% lower than those needed to evoke muscle contraction.
(19) Moreover in the symmetrical gaits spatial phase shifts between unilateral limbs were equal to zero, which means that hind and fore limbs were placed in the same point during successive steps.
(20) No evidence for a differential decussation of fore-limb and hind-limb fibers was found.