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Recently, a unique population of progenitor cells was isolated from human menstrual blood. The human menstrual blood progenitor cells (MBPCs) possess many advantages, such as the noninvasive acquisition procedure, broad multipotency, a higher proliferative rate, and low immunogenicity, and have attracted extensive attention in regenerative medicine.(More)
Along with development of location service and GPS technology, mining information from trajectory datasets becomes one of hottest research topic in data mining. How to efficiently mine the clusters from trajectories attract more and more researchers. In this paper, a new framework of trajectory clustering, called Trajectory Clustering based Improved Minimum(More)
In this article, a new mode of droplets manipulation is presented and applied for simultaneous multiplexed DNA detection. We call this droplets manipulation, "assembly-line manipulation of droplets (ALMD)". Firstly, multiple droplets containing the same target mixtures are generated in the microchannel, and then fused with later generated different droplets(More)
Hydrolysis of biomass waste (such as fish waste, chicken waste, hair and feather) to produce amino acids was studied in sub-critical water, with reaction temperatures from 180 to 320 degrees C and reaction pressures from 3 to 30 MPa. The product of amino acid was determined by Amino Acid Analyzer (BioLC), and 18 kinds of amino acid were obtained. The(More)
We investigated the effects of donor age and passage number on the biological characteristics of menstrual blood-derived stem cells (MenSCs) by comparing MenSCs derived from donors with three different age ranges and after different passage times. Continuous passage, flat cloning, cell proliferation assays, flow cytometric phenotyping and whole human genome(More)
Ipomoea trifida (H.B.K.) G. Don. is the closest wild relative of cultivated sweet potato (I. batatas). The diploid I. trifida is important for sweet potato breeding and construction of transgenic systems. It can also be used to discover functional genes, particularly stress tolerance genes which had been lost during the domestication of sweet potato.(More)
A bis-diketopyrrolopyrrole (DPP dimer, 2DPP) core is synthesized with much stronger electron deficiency than DPP by homocoupling of DPP. 2DPP-based polymers, P2DPP-BT, P2DPP-TT, P2DPP-TVT, and P2DPP-BDT, are obtained. Top-gated organic field-effect transistors on plastic substrate are fabricated. Compared with their mono-DPP-based polymers, remarkable(More)
In this work, a multifunctional template for selective formation of fluorescent silver nanoclusters (AgNCs) or copper nanoparticles (CuNPs) is put forward. This dumbbell-shaped (DS) DNA template is made up of two cytosine hairpin loops and an adenine-thymine-rich double-helical stem which is closed by the loops. The cytosine loops act as specific regions(More)
In situ transformation of 4,4'-Dibromobiphenyl (4,4'-DBB) in water was observed with hydrothermal diamond anvil cell (HDAC) up to 633 K. It shows that 4,4'-DBB dissolves in water to form a homogenous phase at the temperature of 588 K and thus subcritical water oxidation of 4,4'-DBB higher than the temperature can be a homogenous phase. To accelerate the(More)