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Retinal ganglion cells (RGCs) are the only afferent neurons that can transmit visual information to the brain. The death of RGCs occurs in the early stages of glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and many other retinal diseases. Autophagy is a highly conserved lysosomal pathway, which is crucial for maintaining cellular homeostasis and cell survival under(More)
—It is common practice for requirements traceability research to consider method call dependencies within the source code (e.g., fan-in/fan-out analyses). However, current approaches largely ignore the role of data. The question this paper investigates is whether data dependencies have similar relationships to requirements as do call dependencies. For(More)
BACKGROUND Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM)-associated mortality and morbidity are strongly dependent on glycemic control. With T2DM prevalence increasing in China, we aimed to assess glycemic control rates in Chinese T2DM outpatients. MATERIAL/METHODS A total of 9065 adult T2DM outpatients (5035 men) were assessed in 26 Chinese medical centers between(More)
Notch pathway activation maintains neural stem cells in a proliferating state and increases nerve repair capacity. To date, studies have rarely focused on changes or damage to signal transduction pathways during cerebral hemorrhage. Here, we examined the effect of acupuncture in a rat model of cerebral hemorrhage. We examined four groups: in the control(More)
We recruited a group of 6713 consecutive Chinese patients with T2D but normal renal and liver function who were admitted to one of 81 top tertiary care hospitals in China. Mild hypoglycaemia was defined as having symptomatic hypoglycaemia in one month before hospitalization. Severe hypoglycaemia was defined as having hypoglycaemia that needed assistance(More)
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