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Nonlinear stability of travelling wave fronts for delayed reaction diffusion equations
This paper deals with the nonlinear stability of travelling wave fronts for delayed reaction diffusion equations. We prove that the travelling wave fronts are exponentially stable to perturbations inExpand
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Existence, uniqueness and asymptotic behavior of traveling wave fronts for a vector disease model
Abstract This paper is concerned with the existence, uniqueness and asymptotic behavior of traveling wave fronts for a vector disease model. We first establish the existence of traveling wave frontsExpand
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Blow-up rate for a semilinear reaction diffusion system☆
This paper deals with the blow-up rate of positive solution to semilinear reaction diffusion system: (u1)t = Δu1 + u2p1,…, (un−1)t = Δun−1 + unpn−1, (un) = Δu1 + u1pn, with null Dirichlet boundaryExpand
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Stability and Hopf bifurcation for a prey-predator model with prey-stage structure and diffusion.
  • M. Wang
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • Mathematical biosciences
  • 1 April 2008
In this paper, we first propose a prey-predator model with prey-stage structure and diffusion. Then we discuss the following three problems: (1) stability of non-negative constant steady states forExpand
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Cisplatin and Ce6 loaded polyaniline nanoparticles: An efficient near-infrared light mediated synergistic therapeutic agent.
Lipid-polymer hybrid nanoparticle was suggested to be a new and promising drug delivery agent due to the suitable particle size and controllable release. However, the low drug loading capacity hasExpand
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Near infrared radiated stimulus-responsive liposomes based on photothermal conversion as drug carriers for co-delivery of CJM126 and cisplatin.
  • Chaoqun You, M. Wang, +4 authors B. Sun
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Materials science & engineering. C, Materials for…
  • 1 November 2017
Synergistic therapy has caused increasing interest in recent treatment of cancer owing to its preferable therapeutic efficiency to most single antineoplastic protocol. Herein, we design a co-deliveryExpand
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A strategy for photothermal conversion of polymeric nanoparticles by polyaniline for smart control of targeted drug delivery.
The near-infrared (NIR)-mediated novel strategy to control the drug release from nanocarriers has developed rapidly in recent decades. Polyaniline as a non-cytotoxic and electroactive material forExpand
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Co-delivery of cisplatin and CJM-126 via photothermal conversion nanoparticles for enhanced synergistic antitumor efficacy.
Polymeric biomaterials that can be smartly disassembled through the cleavage of the covalent bonds in a controllable way upon an environmental stimulus such as pH change, redox, special enzymes,Expand
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FA and cRGD dual modified lipid-polymer nanoparticles encapsulating polyaniline and cisplatin for highly effective chemo-photothermal combination therapy
Abstract A combination of chemotherapy and photothermal therapy as a promising strategy has exhibited noticeable therapeutic effect on cancer therapy. To ensure the exertion of synergistic effect onExpand
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Implication for alphavirus host-cell entry and assembly indicated by a 3.5 angstrom resolution cryo-EM structure.
Alphaviruses are enveloped RNA viruses that contain several human pathogens. Due to intrinsic heterogeneity of alphavirus particles, a high resolution structure of the virion is currently lacking.Expand
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