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MK-571, a cysteinyl leukotriene receptor-1 antagonist, inhibits hepatitis C virus (HCV) replication

Isaac Ruiz, Quentin Nevers, Eva Hernández, Nazim Ahnou, Rozenn Brillet, Laurent Softic, Flora Donati, Francois Berry, Sabah Hamadat, Slim Fourati, Jean-Michel Pawlotsky, Abdelhakim Ahmed-Belkacem
2020 Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy  
In addition, a combination of natural CysLTR1 agonist (LTD4) or antagonists (zafirlukast, cinalukast, and SR2640) with MK-571 completely reversed its antiviral effect, suggesting its anti-HCV activity  ...  MK-571 also reduced the replication of the HCV full-length J6/JFH1 model in a dose-dependent manner.  ...  Indeed, LTD4, the natural agonist of CysLTR1, reversed the anti-HCV effect of MK-571 in a dose-dependent manner, suggesting that MK-571 displacement from CysLTR1 is sufficient to lose anti-HCV activity  ... 
doi:10.1128/aac.02078-19 pmid:32179525 pmcid:PMC7269486 fatcat:l3kzcw2q5vbbxja3k4dpa5eap4

Radon, Health and Natural Hazards : a signpost for assessment and protection in the 21st century

G. K. Gillmore, F. E. Perrier, R. G. M. Crockett
2018 Geological Society Special Publication  
This volume draws together the final outputs of the five-year UNESCO / IUGS / IGCP Project 571 and presents new data on radon in the built and natural environments, radon as a diagnostic tool of geophysical  ...  The publication of this special volume concludes IGCP Project 571 and we hope that this volume both gives a useful snapshot and also provokes questions and further research.  ...  It is clear that the papers in this volume bring new data, methods and insights that are of considerable interest to scientists working on radon as a hazard and hazard-diagnostic in the built and natural  ... 
doi:10.1144/sp451.11 fatcat:6k5swr5z2nbjjgvyvuk7ee23ge

Page 599 of American Mathematical Society. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society Vol. 30, Issue [page]

1924 American Mathematical Society. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society  
INDEX OF VOLUME XXX 599 man, L. L., 476; Simester, J. H., 92; Simmons, H. A., 283; Simons, L. G., 476; Simon, W. G., 571; Siroky, E., 189; Smith, C. E., 476; Smith, D. E., 377; Smith, W.  ...  M., 92; Wiener, N., 571; Wilder, R. L., 475; Willard, J. M., 284; Williams, C. B., 284; Williams, K. P., 571; Williams, W. L. G., 569; Williamson, C. 0., 571; Wilson, R.  ... 

Page 571 of Daedalus Vol. 45, Issue 21 [page]

1910 Daedalus  
‘med oy RECORDS OF MEETINGS. 571 Dr. J. Elliott Gilpin, Johns Hopkins University, for the study of the nature and source of petroleum. . . $100 Dr. E.  ...  -In Volume XLIV. there were included two biographical notices.  ... 

Page 775 of Christian Remembrancer. A Quarterly Review Vol. 12, Issue 12 [page]

1830 Christian Remembrancer. A Quarterly Review  
Baxter on the Nature of the Human Soul, 502. ——'s Reformed Pastor, 438. Beattie’s Evidences, 376, 571.  ...  INDEX OF THE BOOKS RECOMMENDED IN THE THEOLOGICAL LISTS OF THE PRESENT VOLUME, — oe A. ABBADIE, Traité dela Vérité, &c. 377. in English, 697. Abernethy’s Sermons, 58.  ... 

Strange compendium

John Gribbin
1977 Nature  
In the situation of the chess game, its activHies are manifested in the human's ability to rejeot most of 571 and discuss the concept of membrane flow.  ...  Volume 4 is concerned wjth ultrastructural, biochemical and physiological a~pects.  ... 
doi:10.1038/268571b0 fatcat:4vxx7u5hjnh6tl5mmuwzv34vey

Mammalian cell membranes

R. C. Hughes
1977 Nature  
In the situation of the chess game, its activHies are manifested in the human's ability to rejeot most of 571 and discuss the concept of membrane flow.  ...  Volume 4 is concerned wjth ultrastructural, biochemical and physiological a~pects.  ... 
doi:10.1038/268571a0 fatcat:7bldoea4krcpbkxvbomiokhwc4

Page 571 of The Methodist Review Vol. 63, Issue 3 [page]

1881 The Methodist Review  
Darwin the honor of having originated the now very famous theory of development by natural selection.  ...  Quarterly Book -Table. 571 of eminent thinkers, so that we have the doctrines of the Church, expressed in choicest language, by her best expositors, on the final things.  ... 

Page 386 of Journal of Experimental Medicine Vol. 36, Issue 4 [page]

1922 Journal of Experimental Medicine  
2.5 3.0 12 18488 168Sth passage fibroblasts. 571 4.0 3.0 13 18488 1685th “ “ 575 3.0 3.0 14 18488 1687th “ “ 587 5.0 6.0 IS 18488 First subculture from Experi¬ ment 14. 587 5.0 5.0 or twice its volume  ...  Ex^ri- Extract Nature of tissue cultivated. Width of ring of new tissue. ment No. No. No. Leucocyte extract. Embryo juice.  ... 

Topical Problems of Psychotherapy. Vol. I

HANS A. ILLING
1961 American Journal of Psychiatry  
1961 } BOOK REVIEWS . 571 what, from the reader’s point of view, is quite as remarkable is the extraordinarily low price at which the book is published.  ...  This volume lives up to the high standard already set by the author. The book is clearly and con- cisely written and one is amazed to find so much in one small volume.  ... 
doi:10.1176/ajp.118.6.571-a fatcat:kg34paqjn5eqdfiij457acp7ci

Essentials of Neurology

ALLAN A. BAILEY
1961 American Journal of Psychiatry  
1961 } BOOK REVIEWS . 571 what, from the reader’s point of view, is quite as remarkable is the extraordinarily low price at which the book is published.  ...  This volume lives up to the high standard already set by the author. The book is clearly and con- cisely written and one is amazed to find so much in one small volume.  ... 
doi:10.1176/ajp.118.6.571 fatcat:kvcwxtm7pvgtzcq5hokbqcstke

Page 571 of The Westminster Review Vol. 60, Issue 2 [page]

1853 The Westminster Review  
of England. 571 meaning is that truth was sensualized: the sending of frogs meant reasoning from false principles: and the plague of locusts that “ falses seized upon the natural mind.”  ...  “The Religion of the Heart”* is a manual of aspiration, faith, and duty conceived in the spirit of natural piety.  ... 

Page 571 of The New Princeton Review Vol. 32, Issue 3 [page]

1860 The New Princeton Review  
The first part of this volume was published some years ago, and was favourably received.  ...  Short Notices. 571 refer the reader to the work itself for a further insight into its plan, of which we have not had time to get a more definite idea.  ... 

Page 571 of Southern Quarterly Review Vol. 3, Issue 6 [page]

1851 Southern Quarterly Review  
True Stories from History and Biography. 571 ardent and frank nature of the young, now springing into manhood, that we must build all our expectations of the rescue of the South from the hands of her enemies  ...  Our students have sent forth a manly and spirited appeal, and a correct showing of the nature of our dangers.  ... 

Page 571 of New World. a Quarterly Review of Religion, Ethics and Theology Vol. 3, Issue 11 [page]

1894 New World. a Quarterly Review of Religion, Ethics and Theology  
Book Reviews. 571 controversy between the “ positivist” and the “agnostic” champions.  ...  The five concluding lectures are more or less constructive, or homiletic, being on the moral order of the world, human nature, redemption and edu- cation, idealism and naturalism, as shaping our conception  ... 
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