They were divorced in 1935 (iii) John Neptune married secondly Doris Irene (née M'Whinnie) who, until her divorce in 1939, had been the wife of his brother Robert Bindon (iv) Norah Emily Blood married secondly Brigadier Alfred John (known as 'Jackie') Reeve (1894-1956), who was previously married to Dorothy (i) Thomas Holcroft had a sister Catherine Deborah (1927-1998), a brother Michael George Neptune (1929-1990) and a half-sister Monica (1924-2005) (ii) Thomas Holcroft married Margaret Elizabeth Ross (1921-1996), a grand-daughter of Professor Max Isaac Reich (1867-1945)(i) Brian Edmund married Marguerite Dolmetsch (b.1942) daughter of Dr.Carl Dolmetsch CBE (1911-1997), grand-daughter of Arnold Dolmetsch (1858-1940)(ii) Brian and Marguerite have daughter Arabella (b.1972), twin sons Jonathan and Benjamin (b.1979) and grandson Alexander Frederick (Alex) (b.2008)Edward Manners, 15th Baron de Ros (1549-1587)and Isabel Holcroft (d.1605/6)Effigy tomb: alabaster monument in Bottesford Church not shown: their daughter, Elizabeth,16th Baroness de Ros (1574/5-1591)kneeling at her mother's feet George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham (1592-1628)his wife Katherine Manners (d.1649), 19th Baroness de Roostheir daughter Mary (later Duchess of Richmond)and son George Villiers (1628-1687)(later 2nd Duke of Buckingham and 20th Baron de Ros)The blind girl at the Holy Well - scene west of Irelandby Sir Frederic William Burton (1816-1900)later Director of the National Gallery, London B&W image of original watercolour34.8 x 28.5 in.Maria Edgeworth (1767-1849), from the author's preface to 'Castle Rackrent' (pub.
Changes in genes encoding pro- or anti-apoptotic proteins included up-regulation of BIK, PAWR, STAT5B, NPAS2, Jun B, MEK4, CCT7, PPP3CC and PSDM3, while key down-regulated genes included BNIP3, NPTXR, RAGA, STK6, YWHAH, and MAP2K1. After a 3 hr exposure, cells were lysed and the resulting supernatants incubated with 50 μM of the fluorescent caspase-3 substrate Ac-DEVD-AMC (MP Biomedicals, Irvine, CA) at 37°C for 1 hr.
(smoke pictures), Piene applied solvent to pigmented paper and lit it on fire, developing images in the residual soot.
Piene also created outdoor “figures” made from smoke that floated overhead—what he coined as “Sky Art”—including , a project created for the ill-fated 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich.
For nearly 20 years, Piene served as the director of the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and in 2008, with Heinz Mack and Mattijs Visser, he co-founded the International ZERO Foundation to archive documents, projects, and images produced by the famous Dusseldorf collective.
Gene Expression and Genomics Unit, Research Resources Branch, Intramural Research Program, National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services, Baltimore, MD, USACorresponding Author: Anumantha G. D, Eugene and Linda Lloyd Professor, Parkinson’s Disorder Research Laboratory, Department of Biomedical Sciences, Iowa State University, 2062 Veterinary Medicine Building, Ames, IA 50011-1250, USA, Phone: (515) 294-2516, Fax: (515) 294-2315, E-mail: [email protected] Oxidative stress and apoptotic cell death have been implicated in the dopaminergic cell loss that characterizes Parkinson’s disease. N27, M213-20 and HN2-5 cells were grown at similar cell densities in 24-well plates and simultaneously exposed to different concentrations of H (30–300 μM) and 1 μM of the cell-impermeable dye Sytox green® (Molecular Probes, Eugene, OR).