Baosheng Sun

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The community structure and abundance of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria (AOB) in membrane bioreactors (MBRs) constructed to treat different types of wastewater were analyzed by PCR-DGGE, cloning of 16S rRNA fragments and quantitative real-time PCR techniques. DGGE analysis revealed that the diversity of the ammonia-oxidizing bacterial communities was similar(More)
The study was designed to test whether circulating autoantibodies against associated antigens (TAAs) were altered in early cervical cancer and benign cervical tumors. A total of 111 cervical cancer patients, 137 cervical benign tumor patients, and 160 healthy volunteers matched in age were recruited in this study. The expression of autoantibodies was tested(More)
BACKGROUND Over-expression of tumor-associated antigens (TAAs) may trigger secretion of their auto-antibodies. The present work was designed to test whether circulating antibody to P16 protein-derived antigens was altered in cervical cancer. METHODS 141 cases of cervical cancer patients, 133 cases of cervical benign tumor patients, and 153 healthy(More)
Overexpression of tumor-associated antigens has been reported in many types of cancer and may trigger secretion of their autoantibodies. The present work was designed to test whether circulating antibody to FOXP3 protein-derived antigens was altered in early cervical cancer and cervical benign tumors. A total of 141 patients with cervical cancer, 133(More)
As an important environmental problem, air quality influences urban population’s health and economic development. To investigate air quality changing trend and main factors affecting the quality of Tianjin in China, we employed grey dynamic model group and grey relational analysis. For forecasting, we first use model group to fit the annual average air(More)
Ammonia-oxidizing bacterial community structures and abundances in membrane bioreactor (MBR), which was utilized to treat municipal wastewater, were analyzed by polymerase chain reaction-denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (PCR-DGGE), cloning of 16S rDNA fragments and quantitative real-time PCR techniques. DGGE analysis indicated marked change of(More)
Issues about commercialization of space have been a growing concern in the past decade for the space community. This paper focuses on the work from a team of 51 students attending the Summer Session Program of the International Space University in Bremen, Germany. CASH 2021 (Commercial Access and Space Habitation) documents a plan that identifies commercial(More)
Multibeam satellite communications employing full frequency reuse have the potential to increase spectral efficiency. However, they suffer from severe inter-beam interference. An expectation propagation based message passing algorithm is proposed for decoding multi-user transmissions in the reverse link of multi-beam satellite communications with full(More)
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