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Rice black streaked-dwarf virus (RBSDV) disease is recently expanding in southern China and poses a serious threat to rice crops. Few studies related to the genetics and breeding of RBSDV resistance have been reported. We have previously mapped a number of quantitative trait loci (QTLs) for RBSDV resistance by using a recombinant inbred line population of(More)
Vibrio mimicus (V.mimicus) is a causative agent of ascites disease in aquatic animals. Our previous studies have demonstrated that the outer membrane protein U (OmpU) from V.mimicus is an immunoprotective antigen with six immunodominant linear B-cell epitopes. Although the N-terminus of OmpU contains potential binding motifs, it remained unclear whether(More)
  • N K Xiao
  • 1993
From October 1990 to September 1991, 11 cases of hand injury (2 cases of infected) had been repaired successfully with paraumbilical perforator artery pedicle axial flap with preserved subdermal vascular network. The largest size of the flap was 20cm x 6. 5-10. 5cm and the smallest one was 6. 5cm x 2. 5cm. All of skin flap survived. Division of the pedicles(More)
  • N K Xiao
  • 1992
Fibronectin was applied to wounds resulted from excision of burn eschars at different time intervals after burn in piglets, for the purpose of studying the effect of Fn in promoting the expansion of skin grafts which were laid on the wounds. Fn content in wound tissue was measured by means of ELISA, while tissue Fn and Type-III collagen localization was(More)
Wound healing involves three stages including inflammation, proliferation, and tissue remodeling. The underlying mechanisms remain to be further elucidated. The inflammation is characterized by spatially and temporally changing patterns of various leukocyte subsets. It is regarded as the most crucial stage since the inflammatory response is instrumental to(More)
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