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Related to Nogo: Mogo
a failure; a fiasco.

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Nogo Trap is a decoy receptor that binds the growth inhibitors, allowing the body to grow nerve fibers naturally and directly targeting restoration across all facets of growth.
During those two occasions, I was never given any guidance that the mission is a nogo," he said.
E importante ressaltar que, ate onde se sabe, esse e o primeiro trabalho a demonstrar que os efeitos de N e NF podem ser modulados pela variacao na enfase dada ao processo de acesso lexical em tarefas de leitura em voz alta, sendo, inclusive, o primeiro a investigar o efeito de N e NF em uma tarefa de leitura em voz alta do tipo Go/ NoGo e o primeiro a investigar o efeito dessas variaveis em tarefas de leitura em voz alta realizadas com falantes do portugues brasileiro.
and beaches were a nogo for all but the hardiest bathers.
They are now demanding that their village centre is designated an alcohol-free zone - making it a nogo area for boozed-up teenagers.
It has turned the road - dubbed "the Baddy" - into a nogo area for residents.
We will change the idea that there are nogo areas for the modern Conservative Party.
Others wondered if Singer would decide to direct a remake of "Logan's Run" after all, but that remains a nogo.
Sirna is the first company to file enabling patents for over 250 important mammalian disease targets including: alpha-synuclein (Parkinson's disease), BACE (Alzheimer's disease), HBV (hepatitis B), HCV (hepatitis C), HD (Huntington's disease), HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), HR (hairless gene), IL-4, IL-13, IL-4 Receptors, IL-13 Receptors (asthma, respiratory diseases), influenza virus (flu virus), NOGO & NOGO Receptors (spinal cord injury), p38 (inflammation), PTP-1B (diabetes, obesity), retinoblastoma 1 (hearing loss), RSV (reparatory syncytial virus) and VEGF (angiogenesis, AMD, diabetic retinopathy, cancer, kidney disease).
Inhibition of motor axon regeneration after adult mammalianCNS injury is largely attributable to the Nogo protein associated with oligodendrocytes and their myelin (25-27, 52, 64, 138, 146-148).
The proteins Nogo and Lingo-1 appear to have the ability to block nerve cells from growing; if they can be blocked, the nerve cells might be able to recover.
2 are the Horny Toads whose X-rated antics make them a nogo for kids but youngsters will love creating a stink with third-placed Yacky Tacky Sticky Turds - squishy lumps of fake poo.