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BACKGROUND The enteric nervous system originates from neural crest cells that migrate into the embryonic foregut and then sequentially colonize the midgut and hindgut. Defects in neural crest migration result in regions of the gut that lack enteric ganglia, a condition in humans called Hirschsprung's disease. The high degree of phenotypic variability(More)
Feed the pore: A highly mesoporous melamine-formaldehyde resin is synthesized through a simple, one-step polycondensation reaction by using inexpensive and abundant common industrial chemicals. The material is demonstrated to have a high surface area and a well-defined pore structure. Its high density of CO2 binding pockets with low CO2 binding energy(More)
It has been reported in the literature that PWM-responsive B lymphocytes are sIgM+, sIgD-, lack receptors for mouse erythrocytes, and are larger than PWM-negative lymphocytes. This paper describes the observation of B cells among the thymocytes from a patient with myasthenia gravis. In the thymocytes, actually no sIg+ cell was found, and Staphylococcus(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore the feasibility of using next-generation sequencing technology (NGS) to screen the neonatal thalassemia genes. METHODS Plantar blood of 206 cases of neonatal born in our hospital were randomly collected to be made into dried blood, which can be screened for thalassemia genes by next-generation sequencing, and then a further analysis(More)