MOTIVATION The increasing availability of complete genome sequences provides excellent opportunity for the further development of tools for functional studies in proteomics. Several experimental approaches and in silico algorithms have been developed to cluster proteins into networks of biological significance that may provide new biological insights,… (More)
Using generalized Riccati transformations, we derive new interval oscillation criteria for a class of general type second-order nonlinear differential equations with nonlinear damping. Examples are also given to illustrate the results.
BACKGROUND Tumor-associated macrophages (TAMs) are classified into two major phenotypes, M1 and M2. M1 TAMs suppress cancer progression, while M2 TAMs promote it. However, little is known regarding the role of TAMs in the development of ovarian cancer. Here, we investigated the relationship between TAM distribution patterns (density, microlocalization, and… (More)
BACKGROUND The number of cesarean scar pregnancy (CSP) has significantly increased in the recent decade. Although uterine artery embolization (UAE) has been adopted to minimize the blood loss during uterine curettage removing of CSP, massive bleeding and uterine rupture can still be frequently encountered. The aim of this study was to compare the efficacy… (More)
Modulation of sex steroid pre-receptor in adipose tissue is important for the development of metabolic diseases, but its roles in the pathogenesis of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) has not been fully characterized. Herein we compared the expression of key sex steroid converting enzymes in the subcutaneous adipose tissue (SAT) between patients with PCOS… (More)
BACKGROUND A high-quality risk prediction model is urgently needed for the clinical management of ovarian cancer. However most existing models are solely based on clinical parameters, and molecular classifications in recent reports are still being debated. This study aimed to establish a risk prediction model by using both clinicopathological and molecular… (More)
A young woman was received in the hospital with gradually worsening neurological symptoms consistent with encephalitis. After several cerebrospinal fluid examinations, infectious encephalitis (viral, bacterial, or linked to tuberculosis or parasites) and autoimmune encephalitis were ruled out. The possibility of autoantibody-mediated encephalitis was… (More)