Guoqiang Wang

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Trust and security have been considered as built-in properties for future Internet architecture. Leveraging the concept of named content in recently proposed information centric network, we propose a name-based trust and security protection mechanism. Our scheme is built with identity-based cryptography (IBC), where the identity of a user or device can act(More)
To provide theoretical and applied references for biofortification of maize by increasing Zn and Fe concentration, the correlation and quantitative trait loci (QTL) of four mineral-related traits, i.e. zinc concentration of kernel (ZnK), zinc concentration of cob (ZnC), iron concentration of kernel (FeK) and iron concentration of cob (FeC) were studied for(More)
β-Glucosidase was shown to have synergistic effects with commercial cellulase in the hydrolysis of acid- and alkali-pretreated corncob, especially at the dose of 5 U/g biomass and 5 or 10 FPU/g biomass. An integrating yeast strain 45# expressing β-glucosidase was constructed that utilized cellobiose quickly and efficiently. Process configurations were(More)
The phytohormone abscisic acid ((+)-ABA) plays a key role in many processes. The biological and biochemical activities of unnatural (-)-ABA have been extensively investigated since 1960s. However, the recognition mechanism by which only a few members among PYR/PYL/RCAR (PYLs) family can bind (-)-ABA remains largely unknown. Here we systematically(More)
Asymmetric links are common in wireless networks for a variety of physical, logical, operational, and legal considerations. An asymmetric link supports uni-directional communication between a pair of mobile stations and requires a set of relay stations for the transmission of packets in the other direction. We introduce a MAC layer protocol for wireless(More)
In this paper, we propose a cycle-based rerouting scheme (CRS) for link restoration in wavelength-routed WDM networks. The CRS is based on a scalable set of Pcycles covering a mesh network. Instead of using these Pcycles as enhanced self-healing rings as in traditional approaches, the CRS decomposes these P-cycles into rerouting paths for the links that the(More)
The pathogenetic mechanism of Alzheimer's disease (AD) is still unknown; however, genetic variants play a critical role in the pathogenesis of AD. It has been reported that single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) of the sortilin-related receptor with A-type repeats (SORL1, also called LR11 or sorLA) are associated with late-onset AD in Caucasian populations.(More)
UCP2 and UCP3, two novel uncoupling proteins, are important regulators of energy expenditure and thermogenesis in various organisms. The striking disparity between UCP2 mRNA and protein levels in muscle tissues prompted initial speculation that microRNAs are implicated in the regulatory pathway of UCP2. We found, for the first time, that the repression of(More)
ICN deployment will be based on the grounds of saving CAPEX/OPEX and/or enabling new services. This paper makes a case for the latter leveraging, emerging technologies such as network function virtualization (NFV) and software defined networking (SDN). We propose a framework to enable ICN based service platform as virtualized network functions to enable(More)
Information-centric networking (ICN) aims to achieve efficient, secure, and reliable dissemination of information in contrast to host-centric IP architecture. This paper presents a case for ICN based home network (homenet). Current IETF proposal for homenets is based on IPv6 which inherits fundamental problems of IP such as security, mobility, and(More)