Ming Sen Li

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Intravascular large B-cell lymphoma (IVLBCL) is a rare subtype of B-cell lymphoma characterized by selective growth of clonal B-cells in the lumen of the small vessels of various organs including the liver, spleen, lungs, skin, brain, and kidney. An 86-year-old male presented with weight loss, fever and night sweats (known as B symptoms). Blood examination(More)
The principle of stretching wound margins for primary wound closure is commonly practiced and used for various skin defects, leading at times to excessive tension and complications during wound closure. Different surgical techniques, skin stretching devices and tissue expanders have been utilized to address this issue. Previously designed skin stretching(More)
The healing of burn wounds has been widely characterized to be highly intricate, involving processes such as neo‑vascularization, granulation, re‑epithelialization, inflammation and wound contraction. Various therapies are available for the management of burn wounds; however, a truly effective therapeutic strategy has yet to be identified due to safety(More)
Glucosinolates are a group of sulfur-rich thioglucosides and are known to play an important role in plant defense and benefit to human health. The accumulation of indolic glucosinolates (IGS) is strongly induced by jasmonic acid (JA); however, the underlying molecular mechanism remains only partly understood. MYC3 and MYC4, the homologs of MYC2 have been(More)
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