Author pages are created from data sourced from our academic publisher partnerships and public sources.
Share This Author
Isolation, Diversity, and Antimicrobial Activity of Rare Actinobacteria from Medicinal Plants of Tropical Rain Forests in Xishuangbanna, China
- S. Qin, Jie Li, +5 authors Wen-Jun Li
- Biology, Medicine
- Applied and Environmental Microbiology
- 31 July 2009
The results confirm that the medicinal plants of Xishuangbanna represent an extremely rich reservoir for the isolation of a significant diversity of actinobacteria, including novel species, that are potential sources for the discovery of biologically active compounds. Expand
Removal of Cu(II) and fulvic acid by graphene oxide nanosheets decorated with Fe3O4 nanoparticles.
- Jie Li, Shouwei Zhang, +4 authors X. Wang
- Materials Science, Medicine
- ACS applied materials & interfaces
- 14 September 2012
The results indicated that Cu(II) sorption on GO/Fe(3)O(4) were strongly dependent on pH and independent of ionic strength, indicating that the sorption was mainly dominated by inner-sphere surface complexation rather than outer-spheres surfacecomplexation or ion exchange. Expand
Size-Dependent Immunogenicity: Therapeutic and Protective Properties of Nano-Vaccines against Tumors1
- T. Fifis, Anita Gamvrellis, +5 authors M. Plebanski
- Chemistry, Medicine
- The Journal of Immunology
- 1 September 2004
A new vaccine design, with Ag covalently conjugated to solid core nano-beads of narrowly defined size inducing responses that were significantly higher than those elicited by other bead sizes, and higher than a range of currently used adjuvants. Expand
Metagenomic analysis reveals wastewater treatment plants as hotspots of antibiotic resistance genes and mobile genetic elements.
The metagenomic analysis showed that the activated sludge and the digested sludge exhibited different microbial communities and changes in the types and occurrence of ARGs and MGEs, and indicated that some environmental bacteria might be potential hosts of multiple ARGs. Expand
S100A4 promotes liver fibrosis via activation of hepatic stellate cells.
S100A4 promotes liver fibrosis by activating HSCs, which may represent a potential target for anti-fibrotic therapies and examined its mechanism by focusing on the activation of hepatic stellate cells (HSCs). Expand
Influence of planting patterns on fluoroquinolone residues in the soil of an intensive vegetable cultivation area in northern China.
- Xue-wen Li, Yunfeng Xie, +5 authors Jie Li
- Environmental Science, Medicine
- The Science of the total environment
- 1 August 2013
Interactions between risk factors were more significant than the individual factors for FQ pollution, and the interaction between the vegetable planting model and amount of manure resulted in the highest pollution level. Expand
Phylogenetic relationships within the ‘core’ Laureae (Litsea complex, Lauraceae) inferred from sequences of the chloroplast gene matK and nuclear ribosomal DNA ITS regions
A phylogenetic analysis of the ‘core’ Laureae (Litsea complex) was conducted using the chloroplast gene matK and nuclear ribosomal DNA ITS sequences to investigate generic relationships and boundaries within the complex, with four major lineages: the Laurus, Litsea, Lindera and Actinodaphne II clades. Expand
Proteome Analysis of Microdissected Formalin-fixed and Paraffin-embedded Tissue Specimens
- Tong Guo, Weijie Wang, +7 authors B. Balgley
- Biology, Medicine
- The journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry…
- 1 July 2007
Combined capillary isoelectric focusing/nano-reversed-phase liquid chromatography separations equipped with nano-electrospray ionization-tandem mass spectrometry are employed for the studies of proteins extracted from microdissected FFPE glioblastoma tissues using a heat-induced antigen retrieval (AR) technique. Expand
Synthesis of porous Fe3O4 hollow microspheres/graphene oxide composite for Cr(vi) removal.
The Fe3O4/GO composite may be a promising sorption material for the separation and preconcentration of heavy metal ions from aqueous solutions in environmental pollution cleanup. Expand
Polymorphisms of the prion protein gene and their effects on litter size and risk evaluation for scrapie in Chinese Hu sheep
It could be concluded that Hu sheep has a low susceptibility to natural scrapie, and the predominant PRNP genotype at least has no significant effect on litter size. Expand