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Chitosanases are lytic enzymes involved in the degradation of chitosan, a component of fungal cell walls. The phytopathogenic fungus Fusarium solani produces an extracellular chitosanase, CSN1, the role of which in the physiology and virulence of the fungus remains to be expounded. Here, we studied the expression of the CSN1 gene through gene silencing and… (More)
Real-time transient stability status prediction (RTSSP) is very important to maintain the safety and stability of electrical power systems, where any unstable contingency will be likely to cause large-scale blackout. Most of machine learning methods used for RTSSP attempt to attain a low classification error, which implies that the misclassification costs… (More)
We examined the relationship between an early spontaneous type V blood pressure fluctuation and the post-thrombolysis prognosis of patients with acute cerebral infarction. Patients were admitted consecutively. All patients were categorized into the type V blood pressure fluctuation group or non-type V blood pressure group. Their blood pressure was monitored… (More)
Surface electromyography signal (sEMG) can reflect nerves and muscles' motion to a certain degree and has great practical value in clinical medical as well as in the medical rehabilitation field, such as nerves and muscles disease diagnosis, muscles function evaluation and artificial limb control, which achieve certain development and is applied in the… (More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the risk factors for hemorrhagic transformation (HT) after intravenous thrombolysis using a recombinant tissue plasminogen activator (r-tPA) in acute cerebral infarction. METHODS Patients with acute cerebral infarction receiving r-tPA thrombolysis in Shanghai Eastern Hospital were retrospectively studied. Based on the cranial… (More)
In the original publication, some of the equations and Fig. 6 have been cited incorrectly.