(v. t.) To furnish with money or its equivalent, as a permanent fund for support; to make pecuniary provision for; to settle an income upon; especially, to furnish with dower; as, to endow a wife; to endow a public institution.
(v. t.) To enrich or furnish with anything of the nature of a gift (as a quality or faculty); -- followed by with, rarely by of; as, man is endowed by his Maker with reason; to endow with privileges or benefits.
(1) Using a monoclonal antibody (528) to the binding portion of the human EGF receptor, immunoperoxidase staining demonstrated that the basal cell layer of normal urothelium is richly endowed with cell surface EGF receptors while the superficial cell layer is not.
(2) Since both PGlcUA- and DPPG-liposomes exhibited similar size distribution and zeta-potential, glucuronic acid, rather than negative charge, on the liposomal surface appears to endow liposomes with a longer circulation time in the bloodstream.
(3) Cells of superficial layers, that are endowed with typical secretory granules, seem to contribute some unknown components to the secretions of these glands.
(4) Both syngeneic and allogeneic thymic epithelium endowed nude mice with the capacity to mount IgG antibody and delayed-type hypersensitivity (DTH) responses to the T-dependent antigen ovalbumin (OVA).
(5) The effects induced by the antiandrogen Cyproterone Acetate (CPA) on the proliferation of EVSA-T human breast cancer cells endowed with androgen receptors were studied.
(6) Poly(vinylbenzo-18-crown-6), a water-soluble polymer endowed with ion-binding crown moieties as pendent groups, forms insoluble complexes with polyadenylate in the presence of K+; the corresponding monomeric benzo-18-crown-6, does not form a precipitate under the same conditions.
(7) "With devices like [the Xbox] Natal [which is expected to be launched this Christmas] we're really talking about a converged interactive media industry," says Jon Kingsbury, who runs the Creative Economy Innovation Programme at the independent National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (Nesta).
(8) These transformations and relational-structure models are each endowed with the same experimentally observed invariance properties, which include independence to pattern translation and pattern jitter, and, depending on the particular versions of the models, independence to pattern reflection and inversion (180 degrees rotation).
(9) Type 2 multipolar cells are large neurons endowed with numerous primary spiny dendrites constituting a wide round dendritic field and with a thick axon.
(10) The eosinophil is richly endowed with toxic cationic proteins and is able to mount a respiratory burst.
(11) The results thus obtained produce an evidence that oligomerization endows aldolase protomers with enhanced stability.
(12) In contrast, type II pneumonocytes are cuboidal and are richly endowed with organelles including large Golgi complexes, extensive endoplasmic reticulum and numerous inclusion bodies.
(13) Thus the results indicate that differences in the gating properties of these two channel classes combine to endow them with strikingly different transducer properties.
(14) The possible reasons of this failure are: the physician's lack of experience in a radiographic chapter, lack of endowment of that medical unit, patient's refusal to be examined or the atypical evolution of the disease.
(15) It declines to reveal the full extent of its fossil fuel investments, but in 2014 its £18bn endowment included over £450m invested in the fossil fuel majors Shell, BP, Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton alone.
(16) A number of other areas appear richly endowed in both enkephalinase and enkephalins whereas substance P is hardly detectable.
(17) The subicular complex is well endowed with cells and fibers and the parasubiculum consistently displays unusually heavy NPY innervation.
(18) These results suggest that rMuIFN-gamma rather than other cytokines might endow neonatal mice with the enhanced antilisterial resistance involving macrophages and T lymphocytes.
(19) The Europeans are hopeful this will not now be a problem," said Mark Hibbs, a nuclear expert at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
(20) The US would be in a situation where it would presumably then say we’d reimpose sanctions which would only hurt, for the most part, US businesses, which would then turn on whichever administration,” said George Perkovich, vice-president for studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
(v. t.) To make rich with any kind of wealth; to render opulent; to increase the possessions of; as, to enrich the understanding with knowledge.
(v. t.) To supply with ornament; to adorn; as, to enrich a ceiling by frescoes.
(v. t.) To make rich with manure; to fertilize; -- said of the soil; as, to enrich land by irrigation.
(v. t.) To supply with knowledge; to instruct; to store; -- said of the mind.
(1) To investigate the mechanism of enhanced responsiveness of cholesterol-enriched human platelets, we compared stimulation by surface-membrane-receptor (thrombin) and post-receptor (AlF4-) G-protein-directed pathways.
(2) Further subfractionation disclosed that the acetyltransferase activity was most enriched in the Golgi fraction, in which its specific activity was some ninefold greater than in the total homogenate.
(3) Both systems indicated that the Kupffer cell modified endotoxin by enriching the lipid content of the molecule and shortening the length of the O-antigen.
(4) E-RFC enriched for T lymphocytes and depleted of macrophages synthesized considerable DNA in response to stimulation with PHA, but were unable to produce significant bone resorbing activity in tissue culture unless macrophages were re-added to the E-RFC.
(5) The phenylalanine model allows the rapid assessment of whole body and muscle protein turnover from plasma samples alone, obviating the need for measurement of expired air CO2 production or enrichment.
(6) A sensitive, specific procedure was developed for detecting Escherichia coli O157:H7 in food in less than 20 h. The procedure involves enrichment of 25 g of food in 225 ml of a selective enrichment medium for 16 to 18 h at 37 degrees C with agitation (150 rpm).
(7) Phospholipids of microsomes prepared from cells incubated with eicosapentaenoic acid were enriched in this fatty acid.
(8) The presence of a previously unreported dipeptide transport mechanism within blood leukocytes and the selective enrichment of the granule enzyme, DPPI, within cytotoxic effector cells of lymphoid or myeloid lineage appear to afford a unique mechanism for the targeting of immunotherapeutic reagents composed of simple dipeptide esters or amides.
(9) Whole gastrocnemius muscles were incubated in Ringer's solution enriched with H2-17O; the paired contralateral gastrocnemius muscles were incubated in a similar solution enriched with deuterons, as well.
(10) So I am, of course, intrigued about the city’s newest tourist attraction: a hangover bar, open at weekends, in which sufferers can come in and have a bit of a lie down in soothingly subdued lighting, while sipping vitamin-enriched smoothies.
(11) The interpretation of the data is supported by studies on 15N- and 13C-enriched ferredoxin (Fd) from Anabaena 7120, where the 15N signals can be clearly correlated with the corresponding 14N signals and where the 13C signals are strongly enhanced.
(12) TPIA itself has no effect on the pattern of protein labeling in either the "soluble" or a plasma membrane-enriched fraction.
(13) Isoprenylated proteins were enriched in the detergent phase upon partition with the non-ionic detergent Triton X-114.
(14) These killer cells could lyse a wide range of syngeneic and allogeneic lymphoid tumour cell lines in vitro, and it was found that cell suspensions from nude mice were always significantly more active than those from normal mice, and that the most active effector population was a polymorph-enriched peritoneal-exudate cell suspension.
(15) Four fractions enriched, respectively, in plasma membrane (PM), smooth endoplasmic reticulum (SER), rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER), and mitochondria were isolated from estrogen-dominated rat myometrium.
(16) The first step is the preparation of a globulin-enriched fraction by precipitation with ammonium sulfate at 50% saturation, or of an immune-complex-enriched fraction by precipitation with 5% polyethylene glycol 6000.
(17) Physicochemical characterization of the monomeric, diacetylenic phospholipids illustrates the similarities to naturally occurring lipids, similarities that are confirmed by the capacity to enrich the membranes of A. laidlawii to the level of 90% diacetylenic lipid.
(18) A brevibacterium, strain TH-4, previously isolated by aerobic enrichment on the monocyclic monoterpenoid cis-terpin hydrate as a sole carbon and energy source, was found to grow on alpha-terpineol and on a number of common sugars and organic acids.
(19) The following 10 products were tested: Ensure Plus, Ensure, Enrich, Osmolite, Pulmocare, Citrotein, Resource, Vivonex TEN, Vital, and Hepatic Acid II.
(20) Slight but significant shortening of the latency of initial positivity in the evoked potential was observed after rearing in the enriched condition as compared to the data obtained from the littermates that were reared in the standard or impoverished conditions.