Jian-qiang Li

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BACKGROUND Mutations in OTOF gene, encoding otoferlin, cause DFNB9 deafness and non-syndromic auditory neuropathy (AN). The aim of this study is to identify OTOF mutations in Chinese patients with non-syndromic auditory neuropathy. METHODS 73 unrelated Chinese Han patients with AN, including one case of temperature sensitive non-syndromic auditory(More)
The early-diverging eudicot order Trochodendrales contains only two monospecific genera, Tetracentron and Trochodendron. Although an extensive fossil record indicates that the clade is perhaps 100 million years old and was widespread throughout the Northern Hemisphere during the Paleogene and Neogene, the two extant genera are both narrowly distributed in(More)
As the development of electric industry, more and more real-time data is sent to databases by data acquisition system and large amounts of data are accumulated. Abundant knowledge exists in those historical data. It is meaning to analyze those historical data in electric industry and find useful knowledge and rules from the mass of data to provide better(More)
In a previous study, we screened the combination of the three bacterial strains—Bacillus subtilis AR12, Bacillus subtilis SM21, and Chryseobacterium sp. R89—(BBC), which can control mixed diseases, including Ralstonia wilt, Phytophthora blight, and Meloidogyne root-knot on bell pepper with high biocontrol efficacy and yield increase under greenhouse and(More)
Constrained optimal control problem of aerial robotics is studied in this paper. The nonlinear system of small unmanned helicopter is abstracted, modeled by PWA hybrid systems model. As the complexity on-line computation for a class of large hybrid systems, an explicit optimal controller for hybrid systems based on multi-parametric quadratic programming(More)
The floral development of Phyllanthus chekiangensis has been studied by scanning electron microscopy. The perianth organs are initiated in two whorls, dimerous in male flowers and trimerous in female flowers, with a longer plastochron between whorls than between the organs within a whorl. Male flowers have two stamens. The prominent connective protrusions(More)
Since it was first reported in 1935, Cucumber green mottle mosaic virus (CGMMV) has become a serious pathogen in a range of cucurbit crops. The virus is generally transmitted by propagation materials, and to date no effective chemical or cultural methods of control have been developed to combat its spread. The current study presents a preliminary analysis(More)