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GOLPH3 is a novel marker of poor prognosis and a potential therapeutic target in human renal cell carcinoma
Background:Golgi phosphoprotein 3 (GOLPH3) has been reported to be involved in the development of several human cancers. The present study was conducted to investigate the expression of GOLPH3 andExpand
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Salt ions and related parameters affect PEI–DNA particle size and transfection efficiency in Chinese hamster ovary cells
Transfection efficiency is directly associated with the expression level and quantity of recombinant protein after the transient transfection of animal cells. The transfection process can beExpand
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On-line monitoring of oxygen in Tubespin, a novel, small-scale disposable bioreactor
A novel, optical sensor was fixed in a new type of disposable bioreactor, Tubespin, for the on-line (real-time) monitoring of dissolved oxygen concentrations during cell culture. The cell density,Expand
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A facile synthesis of mesoporous Co3O4/CeO2 hybrid nanowire arrays for high performance supercapacitors
The development of porous yet densely packed nanomaterials with high ion-accessible surface area and long cycling life is critical to the realization of high-density electrochemical capacitive energyExpand
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In situ formation of oxygen vacancy in perovskite Sr0.95Ti0.8Nb0.1M0.1O3 (M = Mn, Cr) toward efficient carbon dioxide electrolysis
  • J. Zhang, K. Xie, +5 authors Y. Wu
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Scientific reports
  • 18 November 2014
In this work, redox-active Mn or Cr is introduced to the B site of redox stable perovskite Sr0.95Ti0.9Nb0.1O3.00 to create oxygen vacancies in situ after reduction for high-temperature CO2Expand
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Undoped visible-light-sensitive titania photocatalyst
Colorful rutile TiO2 was prepared by heating Ti2O3 at 550–900 °C to develop novel visible-light-sensitive and eco-friendly photocatalysts for environmental remediation under visible-lightExpand
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In situ Growth of NixCu1-x Alloy Nanocatalysts on Redox-reversible Rutile (Nb,Ti)O4 Towards High-Temperature Carbon Dioxide Electrolysis
In this paper, we report the in situ growth of NixCu1-x (x = 0, 0.25, 0.50, 0.75 and 1.0) alloy catalysts to anchor and decorate a redox-reversible Nb1.33Ti0.67O4 ceramic substrate with the aim ofExpand
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Porous single-crystalline titanium dioxide at 2 cm scale delivering enhanced photoelectrochemical performance
Porous single-crystalline (P-SC) titanium dioxide in large size would significantly enhance their photoelectrochemical functionalities owing to the structural coherence and large surface area. HereExpand
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Modulation of mitochondrial respiration underpins neuronal differentiation enhanced by lutein
Lutein is a dietary carotenoid of particular nutritional interest as it is preferentially taken up by neural tissues. Often linked with beneficial effects on vision, a broader role for lutein inExpand
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