Nembutal


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Nembutal

(ˈnɛmbjʊˌtɑːl)
n
(Pharmacology) a trademark for pentobarbital sodium
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Noun1.Nembutal - a barbiturate (trade name Nembutal) used as a sedative and hypnotic and antispasmodic
barbiturate - organic compound having powerful soporific effect; overdose can be fatal
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The volume decline was principally due to the effect of competition on a number of products, including Nembutal, Fluticasone Rx and Clobetasol Cream and supply shortfalls from the continued production ramp-up at our Somersetmanufacturing facility.
And website ghouls are preying on their vulnerability with a sickening half-price discount for '0 to 19-yearolds' on killer Nembutal, which is used to execute prisoners in the US.
She even claimed Brady drugged her grandmother by putting sleeping pill Nembutal in her tea and threatened to push the frail pensioner down a staircase to her death.
Waking up from one of many Ambien & Nembutal benders, she's dismayed to find voice messages on her cell confirming spa and salon appointments she's booked in her sleep.
For mitochondrial isolation, adult male Sprague-Dawley rats (12-14 wk of age, 250-400 g body weight) from the FDA National Center for Toxicological Research (NCTR) breeding colonies were anesthetized by an intraperitoneal injection of Nembutal (Henry Schein Animal Health) and then the liver was harvested to prepare mitochondria.
Rats were deeply anesthetized with an overdose of sodium pentobarbital (Nembutal, Centravet, France, 120 mg/kg, ip) and decapitated.
On the day of terminal studies, rats were anesthetized with Nembutal (50 mg/kg, ip, Diamondback Drugs, Scottsdale, AZ) and motor and sensory nerve conduction velocities were assessed in the sciatic-posterior tibial conducting system and digital nerve, respectively, as in previous experiments [20].
After the pentobarbital (4.5 mg/kg, Nembutal, Abbott, USA) anesthesia, the animals were decapitated and AdH was separated; the tissue was enzymatically (trypsin: Sigma, Germany, 0.2% for 30 min; collagenase: Sigma, Germany, 30 [micro]g/ml for 40 min; dispase: Sigma, Germany, 50 [micro]g/ml for 40 min; phosphate-buffered saline (PBS-A) was used for the solutions, temperature: 37[degrees]C) and mechanically (83 [micro]m and 48 [micro]m pore size nylon blutex filter) dissociated.
The first is extradiegetic, when Kraus refers to the small party at the "Nembutal suicide of Danceteria emcee Haoui Montaug." (Acker wasn't involved; Madonna phoned in.) The second is boilerplate ("The city was reeling from the aids epidemic...).
High concentrations of nembutal (1,000[micro]L [L.sup.-1]) and 2-phenoxyethanol (3,000 [micro]L [L.sup.-1]) were also necessary for the relaxation of Haliotis iris (AQUILINA & ROBERTS, 2000) and Pomacea paludosa (GARR et al., 2012), respectively.
The surgical procedure for setting-up the electrodes was carried out on animals anesthetized with nembutal (Pentobarbital Sodium, SERVA, Heidelberg, Germany) or by zoletil (Virbac S., A.