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International Nonproprietary Names, the designations recommended by the World Health Organization for pharmaceuticals.

INN

International Nonproprietary Name.

bortezomib

A proteasome inhibitor which induces apoptosis in cancer cells, and inhibits binding to stromal cells and production of growth and survival factors.

Indications
Treatment-refractory myeloma (35% response rate), mantle cell lymphoma.
 
Adverse effects
Thrombocytopaenia, fatigue, peripheral neuropathy, neutropaenia. 

INN

International Nonproprietary Names.
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THIS Elizabethan hostelry has been given a very modern update by star designer Ilse Crawford.
Indeed, Northumbrian pipers meet twice a month in a Morpeth hostelry.
Much has changed by the Bay--the Mark Twain Hotel, once the city's only openly gay hostelry, is now a Ramada brimming with German tourists trying on the S/M souvenirs they are going to wear on that next business trip to Hamburg.
Facing a scarcity of capital for hotel projects, Ackman-Ziff convinced lenders that a mixture of condominium and leasehold interests in the property, and other factors affecting renovation activity, would not prevent the Henry Hudson's transformation into a successful commercial hostelry.
Certainly not Shepheard's Hotel, the legendary hostelry that was the social center of British Egypt from the day Samuel Shepheard founded it in 1841.
Sharpe has also received the "Silver Plate" award of the International Food Manufacturers Association, and the "Gold Award" of the Ontario Hostelry Institute.
The Examiner reported last month that the Church Lane hostelry had shut.
By JOAN ANTON JIMENEZ, head of the Federation of Hostelry and Tourism in Tarragona, Costa Dorada, www.
8DA YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER ACROSS: 7 So-and-so 9 Erica 10 Aloft 11 Enlists 12 Eli 13 Laboured 16 Hostelry 17 Raw 19 Chagrin 21 Athos 22 Fleet 23 Extreme.
An early 19th century hostelry with a convivial public bar and a cosy lounge.
THE rise and fall of the British pub is regrettable so it's good to read the Mail doing its bit to arrest the slow decline of that national institution, the boozer we know and love, by encouraging the Birmingham and Black Country citizenry to visit their local hostelry and enjoy the occasional pint and have a meal in congenial company (Our Say, April 1).
Labour leader Ed Miliband has followed Tony Blair in musing on what people might be talking about down at the Dog and Duck, while political commentators such as the BBC's Nick Robinson have also referred to this fabled hostelry in some of their reports.