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Hepatitis E vaccine development
The first prophylactic vaccine, Hecolin®, against hepatitis E virus (HEV) infection and the HEV associated disease was approved by China's State Food and Drug Administration (SFDA) in December 2011.
The development of a recombinant hepatitis E vaccine HEV 239
The efficacy of the HEV 239 vaccine against symptomatic and asymptomatic infection had been proven to be high during a Phase III clinical trial and long-term follow up and the safety and efficacy in certain high-risk populations remains to be further investigated.
Robustness of topological order and formation of quantum well states in topological insulators exposed to ambient environment
High resolution angle-resolved photoemission measurements are reported to directly probe the surface state of the prototypical topological insulators, Bi2Se3 and Bi2Te3, upon exposing to various environments and find that the topological order is robust even when the surface is exposed to air at room temperature.
Superconductivity in a unique type of copper oxide
  • W. M. Li, J. Zhao, +20 authors C. Jin
  • Physics, Medicine
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  • 20 May 2019
High-Tc superconductivity in a cuprate Ba2CuO4-y is reported with two unique features: an exceptionally compressed local octahedron and heavily overdoped hole carriers, in sharp contrast to the favorable criteria for all previously known cuprate superconductors.
Improved characteristics and protective efficacy in an animal model of E. coli-derived recombinant double-layered rotavirus virus-like particles.
The recombinant dl2/6-VLP antigen, which is highly analogous to rotav virus virion-derived double-layered particles, is a viable candidate for vaccine development and has the potential to be a parenterally administered safe and efficacious rotavirus vaccine.
Bacteria expressed hepatitis E virus capsid proteins maintain virion-like epitopes.
It was demonstrated that Escherichia coli expressed pORF2 proteins, p239 in particular, maintain the virion-like epitopes on VLP surface, consistent with the fact that p239 was demonstrated to be an effective prophylactic vaccine against HEV-induced hepatitis in a large scale clinical trial.
Prophylactic Hepatitis E Vaccines: Antigenic Analysis and Serological Evaluation
The epitope-specific immunochemical assays based on monoclonal antibodies for HEV vaccine antigen are critical methods in the toolbox for epitope characterization and for in vitro potency assessment.
Sympathetic Eruptions of Two Filaments with an Identifiable Causal Link Observed by the Solar Dynamics Observatory
Filament eruptions occurring at different places within a relatively short time internal, but with a certain physical causal connection are usually known as sympathetic eruption. Studies on
On deep holes of projective Reed-Solomon codes
  • J. Zhang, D. Wan
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
    IEEE International Symposium on Information…
  • 9 May 2016
New results on the covering radius and deep holes for projective Reed-Solomon (PRS) codes are obtained.
SEP Performance of Cross QAM Signaling with MRC over Fading Channels and its Arbitrarily Tight Approximation
The exact average symbol error probability (SEP) of the cross quadrature amplitude modulation signal in a single-input multiple-output system over independent but not necessarily identical fading channels is derived from the maximal-ratio combining technique and the average SEP is obtained by using the moment generating function (MGF) method.