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Efficient Transposition of the piggyBac (PB) Transposon in Mammalian Cells and Mice
Transposable elements have been routinely used for genetic manipulation in lower organisms, including generating transgenic animals and insertional mutagenesis. In contrast, the usage of transposons… Expand
CENP-E is a putative kinetochore motor that accumulates just before mitosis
THE mechanics of chromosome movement, mitotic spindle assembly and spindle elongation have long been central questions of cell biology1. After attachment in prometaphase of a micro-tubule from one… Expand
Correlated Differential Privacy: Hiding Information in Non-IID Data Set
- Tianqing Zhu, P. Xiong, G. Li, Wanlei Zhou
- Computer Science
- IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and…
- 1 February 2015
This paper proposes an effective correlated differential privacy solution by defining the correlated sensitivity and designing a correlated data releasing mechanism. Expand
Application of biochar to soil reduces cancer risk via rice consumption: a case study in Miaoqian village, Longyan, China.
Consumption of rice contaminated with potentially toxic elements (PTEs) is a major pathway for human exposure to PTEs. This is particularly true in China's so called "Cancer Villages". In this study,… Expand
Ku86 is essential in human somatic cells
- G. Li, C. Nelsen, E. Hendrickson
- Biology, Medicine
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 15 January 2002
Ku86 plays a key role in nonhomologous end joining in mammals. Functional inactivation in rodents of either Ku86 or Ku70, which form the heterodimeric DNA end-binding subunit of the DNA-dependent… Expand
Inorganic arsenic in Chinese food and its cancer risk.
- G. Li, Guo-Xin Sun, P. Williams, L. Nunes, Y. Zhu
- Biology, Medicine
- Environment international
- 1 October 2011
Even moderate arsenic exposure may lead to health problems, and thus quantifying inorganic arsenic (iAs) exposure from food for different population groups in China is essential. By analyzing the… Expand
Phylogenomic evidence for ancient hybridization in the genomes of living cats (Felidae).
Inter-species hybridization has been recently recognized as potentially common in wild animals, but the extent to which it shapes modern genomes is still poorly understood. Distinguishing historical… Expand
Comparative analysis of mammalian Y chromosomes illuminates ancestral structure and lineage-specific evolution.
Although more than thirty mammalian genomes have been sequenced to draft quality, very few of these include the Y chromosome. This has limited our understanding of the evolutionary dynamics of gene… Expand
Biochars induced modification of dissolved organic matter (DOM) in soil and its impact on mobility and bioaccumulation of arsenic and cadmium.
Biochar application has attracted great attention due to its diverse uses and benefits in the fields of environmental management and agriculture. Biochar modifies the composition of dissolved organic… Expand
Leaf chlorophyll fluorescence, hyperspectral reflectance, pigments content, malondialdehyde and proline accumulation responses of castor bean (Ricinus communis L.) seedlings to salt stress levels
Abstract Chinese castor bean (Ricinus communis L.) cultivation has expanded in coastal saline regions of Yancheng city in Jiangsu province of China (120°13′E, 33°38′N), where salinity is an important… Expand