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Congenic breeding strategies are becoming increasingly important as a greater number of complex trait linkages are identified. Traditionally, the development of a congenic strain has been a time-consuming endeavour, requiring ten generations of backcrosses. The recent advent of a dense molecular genetic map of the mouse permits methods that can reduce the(More)
Two strains of ApoE-deficient mice were found to have markedly different plasma lipoprotein profiles and susceptibility to atherosclerosis when fed either a low-fat chow or a high-fat Western-type diet. FVB/NJ ApoE-deficient (FVB E0) mice had higher total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, ApoA1, and ApoA2 levels when compared with C57BL/6J ApoE-deficient (C57(More)
Hyperlipidemia and many other metabolic diseases are related to oxidative stress. Centella asiatica is a traditional Chinese medicine whose antioxidant effect in vitro has been reported. We are interested in whether it possesses this effect in vivo and hence modulates lipid metabolism. Therefore, experiments were carried out on mice and golden hamsters(More)
Event indentification of hard landing is the hot spot in civil aviation safety research . In this paper, a incremental model to indentify aircraft land status of civil aircraft is presented to support fault diagnosis and structure maintenance. In previous reserach, triditional artifical neural network is used as a classifier for event detection from certain(More)
This study is to observe preventive effect of (Z)-N-(2-hydroxyethyl) docos-13-enamide on hyperlipidemia and fatty liver of golden hamsters. Hyperlipidemic golden hamsters fed with high-fat diet was administered orally with (Z)-N-(2-hydroxyethyl) docos-13-enamide (10, 20 and 40 mg x kg(-1)) for 5 weeks. Levels of serum and hepatic lipid content, liver(More)
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