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EEG source localization: Sensor density and head surface coverage
- Jasmine Song, Colin Davey, +5 authors D. Tucker
- Mathematics, Medicine
- Journal of Neuroscience Methods
- 30 December 2015
The most accurate source localization is obtained when the voltage surface is densely sampled over both the superior and inferior surfaces, as well as across all sampling density and inverse methods. Expand
Integrated Proteogenomic Characterization of Clear Cell Renal Cell Carcinoma
A large-scale proteogenomic analysis of ccRCC is reported to discern the functional impact of genomic alterations and provides evidence for rational treatment selection stemming fromccRCC pathobiology. Expand
EXIT chart analysis of turbo multiuser detection
This work compares the asymptotic performance and the convergence behavior of different joint detection schemes which are highly dependent upon different system parameters and channel conditions and addresses the framework of using the EXIT chart to analyze the coding-spreading tradeoff for turbo multiuser detection. Expand
Detection and comparison of reactive oxygen species (ROS) generated by chlorophyllin metal (Fe, Mg and Cu) complexes under ultrasonic and visible-light irradiation.
The results demonstrated an apparent synergistic effect of Chl-M and ultrasonic or visible-light irradiation for the generation of ROS, and the quantities of generated ROS increase with the increase of (ultrasonic orvisible-light) irradiation time and ChL-M (M=Fe, Mg and Cu) concentration. Expand
Sensilla on antenna and maxillary palp of predaceous fly, Lispe neimongola Tian et Ma (Diptera: Muscidae).
Parts of sensilla on the antennae and maxillary palps of an aquatic predator, Lispe neimongola Tian et Ma are described to provide evidence of adaptation to their environment and are compared with equivalent findings in several other Calyptratae fly species of different ecotypes. Expand
Cuticular structures on antennae of the bot fly, Portschinskia magnifica (Diptera: Oestridae)
The size, number, and distribution of sensilla on the male and female antennal funiculus are provided, armed with a discussion of their presumable sensilla functions and evolutionary trends. Expand
miR-212-5p suppresses lipid accumulation by targeting FAS and SCD1.
- Yajie Guo, Junjie Yu, +6 authors F. Guo
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of molecular endocrinology
- 1 October 2017
A novel function of hepatic miR-212-5p in the regulation of lipid metabolism is demonstrated which represents a potential therapeutic target for the treatment of non-alcohol fatty liver diseases (NAFLD). Expand
Triplet amino acids located at positions 145/146/147 of the RNA polymerase of very virulent infectious bursal disease virus contribute to viral virulence.
The important role of segment B in the pathogenicity of IBDV was confirmed and new insights into the mechanism of the virulence of vvIBDVs were provided and may offer new targets for their attenuation to develop potential vaccines using reverse genetics. Expand
Ionization enthalpies of some common zwitterionic hydrogen-ion buffers (HEPES, PIPES, HEPPS and BES) for biological research
Ultrastructure of antennal sensilla of a parasitoid fly, Pales pavida Meigen (Diptera: Tachinidae).
There are two specific sensillar characteristics of Pales pavida, two types of sensory pit on antennal funiculus and lower densities of all sensilla types than relatively monoparasitic species, which may serve as applicable evidence on their adaption to environment and lifestyle. Expand