Jingjing Luo

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Lectins exist widely in marine bioresources such as bacteria, algae, invertebrate animals and fishes. Some purified marine lectins have been found to elicit cytotoxicity to cancer cells. However, there are few reports describing the cytotoxic effect of marine lectins on cancer cells through virus-mediated gene delivery. We show here that a(More)
Our previous studies have suggested that harboring a soluble coxsackie-adenovirus receptor-ligand (sCAR-ligand) fusion protein expression cassette in the viral genome may provide a universal method to redirect oncolytic adenoviruses to various membrane receptors on cancer cells resisting to serotype 5 adenovirus infection. We report here a novel oncolytic(More)
A post-processing technique is introduced to improve the Eulerian video magnification method, which is a state-of-the-art motion magnification method to manipulate small movements in videos based on spatio-temporal filtering. The proposed method use the Eulerian video magnification as a video spatio-temporal motion analyzer to get the pixel-level motion(More)
This chapter explores the relationship between village girls' schooling and enhanced capabilities and achievements in western China during the economic explosion in the first decade of the 21 st century. We seek to understand what village girls wanted and gained, what opportunities for change they sought to obtain from schooling, why they and their families(More)
The amygdala circuitry and neuropeptide S (NPS) have been shown to play an important role in the pain modulation. However, the alleviative effect of NPS in amygdala on neuropathic pain (NP) is not fully understood. Here, we demonstrate a possibility that the intra-amygdala microinfusion of NPS attenuates NP symptoms and suppresses the response of spinal(More)
It is generally recognised that event related potentials (ERPs) of electroencephalogram (EEG) primarily reflect summed post-synaptic activity of the local pyramidal neural population(s). However, it is still not understood how the positive and negative deflections (e.g. P1, N1 etc) observed in ERP recordings are related to the underlying excitatory and(More)