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Ordered mesoporous polymers and homologous carbon frameworks: amphiphilic surfactant templating and direct transformation.
Organic porous materials—a class of advanced materials— possess enormous potential for many high-tech applications, such as bioreactors, dielectrics, sensors, microelectrophoresis, thermalExpand
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Triconstituent co-assembly to ordered mesostructured polymer-silica and carbon-silica nanocomposites and large-pore mesoporous carbons with high surface areas.
Highly ordered mesoporous polymer-silica and carbon-silica nanocomposites with interpenetrating networks have been successfully synthesized by the evaporation-induced triconstituent co-assemblyExpand
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Tumor suppressor p53 cooperates with SIRT6 to regulate gluconeogenesis by promoting FoxO1 nuclear exclusion
  • P. Zhang, B. Tu, +14 authors W. Zhu
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  • 9 July 2014
Significance Beyond its canonical functions in processes such as cell-cycle arrest, apoptosis, and senescence, the tumor suppressor p53 has been increasingly implicated in metabolism. Here, in vitroExpand
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Cubic mesoporous silica with large controllable entrance sizes and advanced adsorption properties.
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A facile aqueous route to synthesize highly ordered mesoporous polymers and carbon frameworks with Ia3d bicontinuous cubic structure.
By employing an organic-organic self-assembly in a dilute aqueous solution, novel ordered bicontinuous cubic mesoporous polymers and carbons with Iad symmetry are directly synthesized.
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Low-temperature strategy to synthesize highly ordered mesoporous silicas with very large pores.
  • J. Fan, C. Yu, +5 authors D. Zhao
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • Journal of the American Chemical Society
  • 15 July 2005
By employing a novel low-temperature synthetic pathway, highly ordered cubic mesoporous materials with hitherto the largest pores (up to 27 nm) and unit cells (up to 44 nm) have been successfullyExpand
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Scale-dependent key drivers controlling methane oxidation potential in Chinese grassland soils
Abstract Methane (CH 4 ) oxidation plays a critical role in mitigating global warming. However, the key environmental drivers shaping CH 4 oxidation rate at regional and sub-regional scales inExpand
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Hydrothermal etching assisted crystallization: a facile route to functional yolk-shell titanate microspheres with ultrathin nanosheets-assembled double shells.
  • W. Li, Y. Deng, +7 authors D. Zhao
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of the American Chemical Society
  • 15 September 2011
We report a facile "hydrothermal etching assisted crystallization" route to synthesize Fe(3)O(4)@titanate yolk-shell microspheres with ultrathin nanosheets-assembled double-shell structure. TheExpand
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Immobilization of enzymes in mesoporous materials: controlling the entrance to nanospace
The immobilization behavior of lysozyme (LYZ) in mesoporous silicas (MPSs) with controlled morphologies has been investigated. The effects of entrance amount (EA) on the quantity and rate ofExpand
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