Jinliang Chen

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Transfection efficiency of non-viral gene vectors is influenced by many factors, including chemical makeup, cellular uptake pathway and intracellular delivery. To investigate the effect of lipid saturation on transfection efficiency of polycation liposomes (PCLs), a soybean phospholipids (SPL), egg phospholipids (EPL) and hydrogenated soybean(More)
ERP(Enterprise Resource Planning) system are implemented as a total business solution that gain significant advantages, including dramatic increases in productivity, on-time shipments and sales, as well as decreases in lead times, purchase costs, quality problems, and inventories. But many ERP system implementations are not success stories. Many failed REP(More)
Water fern (Azolla filiculoides Lam.) has been assessed for nitrogen and phosphorus removal in outdoor experiments comparing sewage water (S) from an experimental aquaculture plant, well water (W) and mineral growth medium Hoagland (H). The experiments were undertaken during the spring and the summer. The yield of fern biomass and nitrogenase activity was(More)
Polyethylene glycol (PEG) modified cationic niosomes were used to improve the stability and cellular delivery of oligonucleotides (OND). PEGylated cationic niosomes, composed of DC-Chol, PEG2000-DSPE and the non-ionic surfactant-Span, offer some advantages as gene carriers. Complexes of PEGylated cationic niosomes and OND showed a neutral zeta potential(More)
Endosomal escape and nuclear entry are the two main barriers for successful non-viral gene delivery. To overcome these barriers, polyethylenimine (PEI) with a molecular weight of 800, conjugated to cholesterol (PEI 800-Chol) was synthesized to prepare polycation liposomes (PCLs). The effect of cationic polymers on transfection was investigated by(More)
Synthetic nonionic surfactant vesicles (niosomes) are a colloidal system with closed bilayer structures, displaying distinct advantages in stability and cost compared with liposomes. In this article, polysorbate cationic niosomes (PCNs) were developed as gene carriers. The PCNs comprised nonionic surfactants (i.e., polysorbates) and a cationic cholesterol,(More)
Hyzetimibe (HS-25) is a new cholesterol absorption inhibitor. We performed the first-in-human study to assess the safety, tolerability, and pharmacokinetics (including the effect of food) and pharmacodynamics (effect on blood lipid level) following single (1, 3, 5, 10, 20, and 30 mg) and multiple (5, 10, and 20 mg) ascending-dose of hyzetimibe in healthy(More)
In China, the first Przewalski's horse (Equus przewalskii) group was released in Kalamaili Ungulate Protected Area in Xinjiang, in August 2001. The objective of this study was to investigate reproduction and development of released Przewalski's horses in Xinjiang, China from 2002 to 2006. Twenty-four descendants were naturally born, average reproduction(More)
In recent years, G protein-coupled receptor kinases (GRKs) have been implicated in cancer metastasis through phosphorylation of the activated form of G protein-coupled receptors. However, little is known of GRK6 expression in lung adenocarcinoma (LADC) and its potential prognostic value in LADC. In this study, protein expression of GRK6 was determined in(More)
BACKGROUND Homelessness is an increasingly important problem for individuals with serious mental illness in China. AIM Identify the characteristics of families that are associated with homelessness among individuals with schizophrenia. METHODS Participants were 1856 homeless individuals with schizophrenia (defined as those who had no place of residence(More)