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The glutamatergic nature of TRPV1‐expressing neurons in the spinal dorsal horn
The transient receptor potential vanilloid receptor 1 (TRPV1) is expressed on primary afferent terminals and spinal dorsal horn neurons. However, the neurochemical phenotypes and functions ofExpand
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Selling Remanufactured Products under One Roof or Two? A Sustainability Analysis on Channel Structures for New and Remanufactured Products
Even though many manufacturers integrate remanufacturing into existing business models, it should be noted that such efforts are usually accompanied by a major concern for cannibalization of newExpand
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Attentional biases among body-dissatisfied young women: an ERP study with rapid serial visual presentation.
In the current study, rapid serial visual presentation (RSVP) task combined with event related potentials (ERP) was used to investigate attention biases toward body-related words in a nonclinicalExpand
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Trait-based food-cravings are encoded by regional homogeneity in the parahippocampal gyrus
Food cravings can reflect an intense trait-like emotional-motivational desire to eat palatable food, often resulting in the failure of weight loss efforts. Studies have linked trait-basedExpand
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The influence of roadside trees on the diffusion of road traffic pollutants and their magnetic characteristics in a typical semi-arid urban area of Northwest China.
Leaf samples of Juniperus formosana were collected from an open road environment, in order to establish how particulate matter (PM) generated by vehicles was dispersed in both horizontal and verticalExpand
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Magnetic characteristics of Juniperus formosana needles along an urban street in Lanzhou, Northwest China: the variation of different season and orientation
  • Hong Chen, B. Wang, +4 authors Shan Ma
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Environmental Science and Pollution Research
  • 29 May 2019
The magnetic properties of particulate matter (PM) deposited on the needles of Juniperus formosana along an urban street in Lanzhou city were measured to evaluate the variations of PM concentrationExpand
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Overweight adults are more impulsive than normal weight adults: Evidence from ERPs during a chocolate-related delayed discounting task
Overweight or obesity can be accompanied by abnormalities in executive function and related neural markers. The aim of the present study was to investigate the behavioral and neural correlates ofExpand
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Effects of negative mood state on event-related potentials of restrained eating subgroups during an inhibitory control task
Negative mood states are hypothesized to increase the risk for overeating among restrained eaters. However, neurophysiological features of inhibitory control during negative mood states amongExpand
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Hyperbolic Metamaterials: From Dispersion Manipulation to Application
Manipulating the property of iso-frequency contour (IFC) will provide a powerful control for the interaction between light and matter. Importantly, hyperbolic metamaterials (HMMs), a class ofExpand
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The impact and mechanism of quaternary ammonium compounds on the transmission of antibiotic resistance genes
The emergence of antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) in microbes can be largely attributed to the abuse and misuse of antibiotics and biocides. Quaternary ammonium compounds (QACs) have been usedExpand
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