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Bridger: a new framework for de novo transcriptome assembly using RNA-seq data
We present a new de novo transcriptome assembler, Bridger, which takes advantage of techniques employed in Cufflinks to overcome limitations of the existing de novo assemblers. When tested on dog,… Expand
Covalent coupling of organophosphorus hydrolase loaded quantum dots to carbon nanotube/Au nanocomposite for enhanced detection of methyl parathion.
- D. Du, W. Chen, W. Zhang, Deli Liu, H. Li, Y. Lin
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Biosensors & bioelectronics
- 15 February 2010
An amperometric biosensor for highly selective and sensitive determination of methyl parathion (MP) was developed based on dual-signal amplification: (1) a large amount of introduced enzyme on the… Expand
Stripping voltammetric analysis of organophosphate pesticides based on solid-phase extraction at zirconia nanoparticles modified electrode
Abstract A sensitive electrochemical stripping voltammetric method for analyzing organophosphate (OP) compounds was developed based on solid-phase extraction (SPE) at zirconia (ZrO 2 ) nanoparticles… Expand
Local reactive obstacle avoidance approach for high-speed unmanned surface vehicle
- Pingpeng Tang, Rubo Zhang, Deli Liu, Lihua Huang, Guanqun Liu, T. Deng
- Computer Science
- 15 September 2015
This paper presents a novel general local reactive obstacle avoidance algorithm for high-speed USVs. Expand
Binding Interaction Analysis of the Active Site and Its Inhibitors for Neuraminidase (N1 Subtype) of Human Influenza Virus by the Integration of Molecular Docking, FMO Calculation and 3D-QSAR CoMFA…
- Q. Zhang, Jiaoyan Yang, +7 authors Shao Yang
- Chemistry, Computer Science
- J. Chem. Inf. Model.
- 16 August 2008
A three-dimensional structure of N1 subtype of human influenza type A virus (N1hA) has been generated by homology modeling using the X-ray crystallographic structure of A/H5N1 avian influenza NA subtypes as the template. Expand
Novel mutations in CYP51B from Penicillium digitatum involved in prochloraz resistance
Green mold caused by Penicillium digitatum is one of the most serious postharvest diseases of citrus fruit, and it is ubiquitous in all citrus growing regions in the world. Sterol 14α-demethylase… Expand
Whole transcriptome analysis of Penicillium digitatum strains treatmented with prochloraz reveals their drug-resistant mechanisms
BackgroundPenicillium digitatum is one of the most destructive postharvest pathogen of citrus fruits, causing fruit decay and economic loss. The emergence of fungicide-resistant strains made the… Expand
Kinetics and mechanisms of p-nitrophenol biodegradation by Pseudomonas aeruginosa HS-D38.
- Yongliang Zheng, Deli Liu, S. Liu, S. Xu, Yongze Yuan, L. Xiong
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of environmental sciences
The kinetics and mechanisms of p-nitrophenol (PNP) biodegradation by Pseudomonas aeruginosa HS-D38 were investigated. PNP could be used by HS-D38 strain as the sole carbon, nitrogen and energy… Expand
Tissue engineering of cartilage with the use of chitosan-gelatin complex scaffolds.
- W. Xia, W. Liu, +6 authors Y. Cao
- Materials Science, Medicine
- Journal of biomedical materials research. Part B…
- 15 November 2004
Chitosan has been shown to be a promising scaffold for various applications in tissue engineering. In this study, a chitosan-gelatin complex was fabricated as a scaffold by a freezing and… Expand
Microbial community structure and diversity within hypersaline Keke Salt Lake environments.
- Rui Han, X. Zhang, +4 authors Derui Zhu
- Biology, Medicine
- Canadian journal of microbiology
- 29 August 2017
Keke Salt Lake is located in the Qaidamu Basin of China. It is a unique magnesium sulfate-subtype hypersaline lake that exhibits a halite domain ecosystem, yet its microbial diversity has remained… Expand