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Recent studies have revealed that hScrib, the human homolog of Drosophila Scribble, is an apical-basal polarity determinant and an essential component of the adherens junction. In addition, hScrib has a critical role in the inhibition of cell proliferation through cell cycle progression. hScrib has been reported to be involved in the processes of many(More)
AIM Associations have been reported between antiphospholipid antibodies (aPL), mainly anticardiolipin antibodies (aCL) and/or the lupus anticoagulant, and recurrent pregnancy losses (RPL). However, relatively few studies describing antiphosphatidylethanolamine antibodies (aPE) have been reported. We describe the prevalence of aPL to both cardiolipin and(More)
The objective of the present study was to investigate the effects of saponins from the anomalous fruits of Gleditsia sinensis on mast cell degranulation triggered by compound 48/80 and to determine possible structure-activity relationships. Among the eleven saponins tested, four effectively inhibited beta-hexosaminidase release from rat peritoneal mast(More)
On the basis of online boosting algorithm, this paper presents an optimized target tracking algorithm. Now, the commonly-used tracking algorithm usually tracks the targets as a whole, thus facing great difficulty in realizing effective tracking while the target is severely shielded. In order to surmount the difficulties resulting from shielding, this paper(More)
A network is considered observable if its current state can be determined in finite time from knowledge of the observed states. The observability transitions in networks based on random or degree-correlated sensor placement have recently been studied. However, these placement strategies are predominantly based on local information regarding the network. In(More)
Cascading overload failures are widely found in large-scale parallel systems and remain a major threat to system reliability; therefore, they are of great concern to maintainers and managers of different systems. Accurate cascading failure prediction can provide useful information to help control networks. However, for a large, gradually growing network(More)
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