Dongyang Xu

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We investigated the expression status of periostin in breast cancer stem cells and its clinical implications in order to lay a foundation for managing breast cancer. CD44+/CD24-/line- tumor cells (CSC) from clinical specimens were sorted using flow cytometry. Periostin expression status was detected in CSC cells and 1,086 breast cancer specimens by Western(More)
—The optimal widely linear (WL) minimum variance distortionless response (MVDR) beamformer, which has a powerful performance for the reception of a noncircular signal, was proposed by Chevalier et al. in 2009. Nevertheless, in spectrum monitoring or passive listening, the optimal WL MVDR beam-former is hard to implement due to an unknown second-order (SO)(More)
This paper presents a new direction-of-arrival (DOA) estimation method using the concept of sparse representation of an array cross-correlation vector (ACCV), in which DOA estimation is achieved by finding the sparse parameter vector according to an optimization criterion. Compared with other sparse recovery algorithms the proposed method achieves a higher(More)
The transforming growth factor type III receptor (TβRIII), also known as β-glycan, is a multi-functional sensor that regulates growth, migration and apoptosis in most cancer cells. We hereby investigated the expression of TβRIII in clinical specimens of tongue squamous cell carcinoma (TSCC) and the underlying mechanism that TβRIII inhibits the growth of(More)