Jicheng Wu

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Three major types of HTLV-I had been proposed, the Melanesian type, the Zairian type, and the cosmopolitan type, which was further divided into subtypes A, B and C, according to the phylogenetic tree constructed from LTR sequences of current HLTV-I isolates. In this study, the envelope gene sequences of HTLV-I from 9 Taiwanese were analyzed. Based on the(More)
The unprecedented N-heterocyclic carbene (NHC)-catalyzed intermolecular cross-coupling of enamides and aldehydes is described. Upon exposure of enamides to aldehydes in the presence of a NHC catalyst, catalytic C-C bond formation occurs, providing highly enantioselective N-protected amines, bearing a quaternary carbon center, in good yields and with high(More)
The aim of the present study was to clarify the clinical implication and functional role of tripartite motif-59 (TRIM59) in colorectal carcinoma (CRC) and explore the underlying mechanism of aberrant high expression of TRIM59 in cancer. We validated that TRIM59 was upregulated in CRC samples, and also demonstrated that its upregulation was associated with(More)
Heats of formation of energetic materials can be obtained either experimentally or theoretically. In order to compare the results of the two methods, some correlation methods were proposed in this study. The molecular structures and heats of formation of nitrobenzenes, nitrotoluenes, nitroanilines, and nitrophenols were calculated by Dewar's AMI and(More)
Reported herein is a ruthenium-catalyzed formal dehydrative [4 + 2] cycloaddition of enamides and alkynes, representing a mild and economic protocol for the construction of highly substituted pyridines. Notably, the features of broad substrate scope, high efficiency, good functional group tolerance, and excellent regioselectivities were observed for this(More)
The isotopic effects on stereodynamic properties for the title reactions occurring on the two lowest-lying electronic potential energy surfaces (PESs) of LiH(2)(+) are investigated in detail by means of the quasi-classical trajectory (QCT) method at a collision energy of 0.5 eV, using the ab initio potential energy surfaces (PESs) of Martinazzo et al. (J.(More)
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