Bak A member of the bcl-2 family expressed in a wide range of cells which, when overexpressed in NGF-deprived sympathetic neurons accelerates apoptosis, and counteracts Bcl-2's apoptosis-protecting effects. See Bcl-2.
"The atmosphere when Pimblett has the headline spot at the Echo is insane and he looks the best we've ever seen him, but Bak has looked unstoppable recently," says Cage Warriors President Graham Boylan.
Meanwhile, the North Korean daily Minju Joson issued a blistering commentary Saturday in which it said the North Korean army and people are determined ''to ruthlessly beat to death the swarm of rats bossed by Lee Myung Bak bereft of communication ability as human being.''
The news agency cited a KELIVE Research note from Kim Eng Securities (BAK:KEST) to customers as saying that ExxonMobila[euro](tm)s recent disposal of Malaysian assets could trigger expectations that the US groupA could sell other operations in the Asia-Pacific, including its USD700m (EUR485m) stake in Esso (Thailand).