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Caustic ingestion in adults: The role of endoscopic classification in predicting outcome
BackgroundThe ingestion of caustic substances induces an extensive spectrum of injuries to the aerodigestive tract which include extensive necrosis and perforation of the esophagus and stomach. TheExpand
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Catechin contents in tea (Camellia sinensis) as affected by cultivar and environment and their relation to chlorophyll contents
Abstract The variations of the total and individual catechin contents of tea were evaluated among three cultivars grown in 10 locations; the dynamic changes of chlorophyll and catechin contents inExpand
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Does radial oxygen loss and iron plaque formation on roots alter Cd and Pb uptake and distribution in rice plant tissues?
Background and AimsMetal (e.g. Cd and Pb) pollution in agricultural soils and crops have aroused considerable attention in recent years. This study aimed to evaluate the effects of ROL and Fe plaqueExpand
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Responses of a rice–wheat rotation agroecosystem to experimental warming
Climate change is likely to affect agroecosystems in many ways. This study was performed to investigate how a rice–winter wheat rotation agroecosystem in southeast China would respond to globalExpand
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Influence of N deficiency and salinity on metal (Pb, Zn and Cu) accumulation and tolerance by Rhizophora stylosa in relation to root anatomy and permeability.
Effects of N deficiency and salinity on root anatomy, permeability and metal (Pb, Zn and Cu) translocation and tolerance were investigated using mangrove seedlings of Rhizophora stylosa. The resultsExpand
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Distribution and sources of the polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the sediments of the Pearl River estuary, China
Abstract The Pearl River delta, one of the most prosperous economically region in China, has experienced significant contaminant inputs. However, the dynamics of pollutants in the Pearl River estuaryExpand
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Repression of human and mouse brain inflammaging transcriptome by broad gene-body histone hyperacetylation
  • Hao Cheng, H. Xuan, +7 authors J. Han
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  • 2 July 2018
Significance Brain aging and neural degenerative diseases are characterized by chronic low-degree inflammation, also known as “inflammaging.” Histone acetylation is a classical mark for active geneExpand
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Comparison of catechins and purine alkaloids in albino and normal green tea cultivars (Camellia sinensis L.) by HPLC
Abstract The variations in the contents of catechins and purine alkaloids in relation to the chlorophyll contents in albino tea cultivar ‘Anji baicha’ and normal cultivar ‘Longjing 43’, grown in AnjiExpand
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Goal-Directed Fluid Therapy Based on Stroke Volume Variations Improves Fluid Management and Gastrointestinal Perfusion in Patients Undergoing Major Orthopedic Surgery
Objective: To evaluate the influence of stroke volume variation (SVV)-based goal-directed therapy (GDT) on splanchnic organ functions and postoperative complications in orthopedic patients. SubjectsExpand
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Outcomes of bleeding peptic ulcers: A prospective study
Background and Aim:  Bleeding peptic ulcers can be due to Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection, use of non‐steroidal anti‐inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), or idiopathic causes. The aim of thisExpand
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