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We are what we eat. Our everyday food choices affect our long-term and short-term health. In the traditional health care, professionals assess and weigh each individual's dietary intake using intensive labor at high cost. In this paper, we design and implement a diet-aware dining table that can track what and how much we eat. To enable automated food(More)
A study in healthy male volunteers was completed to evaluate the safety, tolerability, and pharmacokinetics of a single oral dose of the antiparasitic moxidectin (MOX). This drug is registered worldwide as a veterinary antiparasitic agent for use in companion and farm animals. This is the first study of MOX in humans. All subjects were between the ages of(More)
A visibility representation of a graph G is to represent the nodes of G with non-overlapping horizontal line segments such that the line segments representing any two distinct adjacent nodes are vertically visible to each other. If G is a plane graph, i.e., a planar graph equipped with a planar embedding, a visibility representation of G has the additional(More)
PARP1 and poly(ADP-ribosyl)ation (PARylation) have been shown to be essential for the initial steps of cellular reprogramming. However, the mechanism underlying PARP1/PARylation-regulated activation of pluripotency loci remains undetermined. Here, we demonstrate that CHD1L, a DNA helicase, possesses chromatin remodeling activity and interacts with(More)
The Ages & Stages Questionnaire: Social-Emotional (ASQ:SE; Squires, Bricker, & Twombly, 2002a), developed in the United States, was translated and adapted for use in China. Lack of valid and reliable instruments for identifying social and emotional delays in young children is a worldwide issue. Professionals in China have recently focused efforts on(More)
Acknowledgments This research started in April 2005 and is a joint work among several students and faculty members. First of all, I would like to dedicate many thanks to my advisor Prof. Hao-hua Chu for his energy and advice contributed to this project. I have learned a lot from him under the collaboration in this project, from research investigation, group(More)
To examine how frequently and confidently healthy women report symptoms during surveillance for ovarian cancer. A symptoms questionnaire was administered to 24,526 women over multiple visits accounting for 70,734 reports. A query of reported confidence was included as a confidence score (CS). Chi square, McNemars test, ANOVA and multivariate analyses were(More)
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