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Clinical findings in 111 cases of influenza A (H7N9) virus infection.
The presence of a coexisting medical condition was the only independent risk factor for the acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) during the evaluation period, and the novel H7N9 virus caused severe illness, including pneumonia and ARDS, with high rates of ICU admission and death.
Characterization of Nucleotide Pools as a Function of Physiological State in Escherichia coli
dTTP is the most abundant deoxynucleoside triphosphate (dNTP) in the cell despite the fact that its precursors, UDP and UTP, are not; all dNTPs decrease through the growth curve but do not have the abrupt drop, as seen with other nucleotides when the cells transition into stationary phase.
Anthocyanins: natural colorants with health-promoting properties.
  • J. He, M. Giusti
  • Chemistry, Medicine
    Annual review of food science and technology
  • 4 March 2010
The bioactivity of bioavailable anthocyanins should be a focus of future research regarding their putative health-promoting effects.
CAT: high-precision acoustic motion tracking
This paper develops high-preCision Acoustic Tracker (CAT), which aims to replace a traditional mouse and let a user play games, interact with VR/AR headsets, and control smart appliances by moving a smartphone in the air.
Rubiks: Practical 360-Degree Streaming for Smartphones
This work develops a novel tile-based layered approach to stream 360° content on smartphones to avoid bandwidth wastage while maintaining high video quality and is the first 360° streaming framework that takes into account the practical limitations of Android based smartphones.
Indoor Follow Me Drone
This work develops a holistic system that lets a mobile phone carried by a user accurately track the drone's relative location and control it to maintain a specified distance and orientation for automatic video taping and shows that the drone can follow a user effectively and maintain aspecified following distance and Orientation within 2-3 cm and 1-3 degree errors, respectively.
Stability of black raspberry anthocyanins in the digestive tract lumen and transport efficiency into gastric and small intestinal tissues in the rat.
Urinary anthocyanin profiles reflected profiles present in the GI at the time of absorption, and selective decrease of cyanidin 3-glucoside in the small intestinal content likely resulted from beta- glucosidase activity.
Structure-function relationships of anthocyanins from various anthocyanin-rich extracts on the inhibition of colon cancer cell growth.
Anthocyanins are potent antioxidants and may be chemoprotective. However, the structure-function relationships are not well understood. The objectives of this study were to compare the