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The beta-adrenergic blocker carvedilol restores L-type calcium current in a myocardial infarction model of rabbit
GPU-CA model for large-scale land-use change simulation
It is shown that GPU-CA-30 = 30,000-tonne-worth-of-stuff, while CA-30=30,000 tonnes.
Effects of waterlogging on the yield and growth of summer maize under field conditions
Yield decreased significantly with an increased waterlogging duration during V3 and V6, and the results after 2 yr indicated that maize development and grain yield responses to waterlogged depended on both stress severity and duration and different growth stage.
Effect of Hydrothermal Treatment on Suppressing Coking of ZSM-5 Zeolite during Methanol-to-Propylene Reaction
Fresh ZSM-5 zeolite catalysts were pretreated at 460 ℃�and 500 ℃�with various cumulative amount of water feed (CAWF) in a fixed bed reactor. The catalytic process was carried out under the following…
TRPM 7-mediated Ca 2 + Signals Confer Fibrogenesis in Human Atrial Fibrillation
It is demonstrated that the transient receptor potential melastatin related 7 (TRPM7) is the molecular basis of the major Ca2+-permeable channel in human atrial fibroblasts and likely plays an essential role in TGF-β1-elicited fibrogenesis in human AF.
Study on Evaluation Methods for Lateral Stability of High-Speed Trains
Are Prolactin Levels Linked to Suction Pressure
The chemiluminescence method was used to quantify maternal serum PRL level both before and after a breastfeed to explore the effect of suckling on PRL increment and what role suction pressure has in PRL secretion and milk supply postnatally.
Integration of Neural Networks and Cellular Automata for Urban Planning
It is demonstrated that neural networks can simplify cellular automata models but generate more plausible results.
Sexual Dimorphism in Mass of the Hindlimb Muscles of the Piebald Odorous Frog （Odorrana schmackeri）
Results showed that females significantly exceeded males for muscle triceps femoris, gracilis, plantaris longus and total mass when controlled for body size, and it is probable that the maintenance of the amplectant position in O. schmackeri may depend on the strength of hindlimb muscles in females to support the pair.