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IL-28RA is one of the important candidate genes for complex trait of genetic diseases, but there is no published information of the genetic variation in this gene. We scanned the seven exons and their boundary introns sequence of IL-28RA including the promoter regions to analyze genetic variation sites, and identified eighteen single nucleotide(More)
One hundred children with hyperkinetic syndrome were treated by using Tiaoshen Liquor (TL) consisted of Chinese herbal drugs. After the treatment, the behavior grading lowered greatly, their attention was improved, and their academic records raised. The total effective rate reached 94%. The results of the animal experiments showed that TL could reduce the(More)
This paper presents the results of clinical observation and experimental research of Royal Made Ping An Dan (RPAD) of the Imperial Hospital of Qing Dynasty. The clinical results showed that RPAD was effective in treating 343 patients with motion sickness, and their average time for producing effect was 24.1 +/- 13.5 minutes. The total effective rates of(More)
In the past two decades of psychometric research, an array of extended item response models has been proposed to capture the complex nature of human cognition. While the literature abounds in model fit analysis, the debate on model selection in different testing conditions continues. This study examines the problems of model selection in computer adaptive(More)
A total of 51 cases with hyperlipidemia, who were defined deficiency symptom-complex complicated by symptoms of excessiveness in TCM were studied clinically. The patients were divided into two groups at random. One group was treated with Xiaobu Jianfei Pian (XJP) as treated group, another with Fangfeng Tongsheng San as a control. It was found that XJP was(More)
Pingandan was a secret prescription for treatment of stomach upset, nausea and vomiting for emperors in the Qing Dynasty of China. This study was to compare the effects of Pingandan with those of scopolamine and dramamine on motion sickness (MS) and nystagmus. Fourteen cats were tested in a parallel swing (0.22 Hz, 3.9 m/S2) for 20 min, and then in a(More)
Royal Made Ping An Dan (PAD) is a royal clandestine prescription of the Qing Dynasty Imperial hospital for emperors, empresses, ministers, imperial maids and eunuchs. Experimental study confirmed; (1) PAD had apparent peripheral effect in inhibiting vomiting and improving mental state (P < 0.05). (2) PAD possessed markedly sedative effect (P < 0.05). (3)(More)
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