Qiu Yu

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Rabbit antibodies have been widely used in research and diagnostics due to their high antigen specificity and affinity. Though these properties are also highly desirable for therapeutic applications, rabbit antibodies have remained untapped for human disease therapy. To evaluate the therapeutic potential of rabbit monoclonal antibodies (RabMAbs), we(More)
Sensory gating, a viable function of the brain, is an adaptive mechanism to prevent overstimulation of nervous system. The aim of this study was to examine the effect of homobaric pure (i.e. 100%) oxygen on the human brain at different periods of inhalation. EEG was recorded while an auditory paired-click sensory gating test was conducted during 4 study(More)
Growth hormone is a positive regulator of mammary gland development. Dairy animals that are administered growth hormone display enhanced lactation performance, a desirable agricultural trait. The objective of the current research was to generate an improved milk production phenotype in a large animal model using over-expressed GH in the mammary gland to(More)
Epileptogenic activity induced by intravenous injection of certain cephalosporin derivatives was studied. Ceftezole provided the most potent epileptogenic activity among the drugs tested. Changes in seizure patterns on electroencephalogram (EEG) tracings and behavioral signs after administration of cefotiam and cefazolin were similar to those seen after(More)
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