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Dynamic monitoring of cytotoxicity on microelectronic sensors.
  • J. Xing, L. Zhu, +4 authors Xiao Xu
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Chemical research in toxicology
  • 4 February 2005
A real-time cell electronic sensing (RT-CES) system was used for label-free, dynamic measurement of cell responses to cytotoxicants. Cells were grown onto the surfaces of microelectronic sensors,Expand
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Microbial flocculation by Bacillus mucilaginosus: Applications and mechanisms.
Microbiological flocculation in wastewater by a strain of Bacillus mucilaginosus was examined and the flocculation mechanism was investigated using Coomassie brilliant blue reaction, AnthroneExpand
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Universally diverging Grüneisen parameter and the magnetocaloric effect close to quantum critical points.
At a generic quantum critical point, the thermal expansion alpha is more singular than the specific heat c(p). Consequently, the "Grüneisen ratio," Gamma=alpha/c(p), diverges. When scaling applies,Expand
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Multi-output least-squares support vector regression machines
We propose a novel approach, Multi-output LS-SVR, in multi-output setting, inspired by the multi-task learning methods. Expand
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Microelectronic cell sensor assay for detection of cytotoxicity and prediction of acute toxicity.
This study reports in-house assessment of a real-time cell electronic sensing (RT-CES) system used as a test platform for both cytotoxicity assay and predicting acute toxicity. For cytotoxicityExpand
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Change in circulating microRNA profile of obese children indicates future risk of adult diabetes.
PURPOSE Childhood obesity increases susceptibility to type 2 diabetes (T2D) in adults. Circulating microRNAs (miRNAs) in serum have been proposed as potential diagnostic biomarkers, and they mayExpand
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A General Framework for Robust Output Synchronization of Heterogeneous Nonlinear Networked Systems
The paper aims to establish a general framework for robust output synchronization of a group of networked agents. Expand
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Phenolic Compounds Prevent Amyloid β-Protein Oligomerization and Synaptic Dysfunction by Site-specific Binding*
  • K. Ono, Lei Li, +11 authors M. Yamada
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of Biological Chemistry
  • 5 March 2012
Background: Epidemiological evidence suggests that consumption of phenolic compounds reduce the incidence of Alzheimer disease (AD). Results: Myricetin and rosmarinic acid reduced cellular andExpand
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In Vitro Characterization of Enzymatic Properties and Inhibition of the p53R2 Subunit of Human Ribonucleotide Reductase
p53R2 is a newly identified subunit of ribonucleotide reductase (RR) and plays a crucial role in supplying precursors for DNA repair in a p53-dependent manner. In our current work, all three human RRExpand
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Study of pharmacokinetic profiles and characteristics of active components and their metabolites in rat plasma following oral administration of the water extract of Astragali radix using UPLC-MS/MS.
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE Astragali radix is one of the well-known traditional Chinese herbal medicine, and possesses various biological functions, such as hepatoprotective and anticancer. InExpand
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