Ruirui Xiang

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Rhesus macaques have long been used as animal models for various human diseases; the susceptibility and/or resistance to some of these diseases are related to the major histocompatibility complex (MHC). To gain insight into the MHC background and to facilitate the experimental use of Chinese rhesus macaques, Mamu-DPA1, Mamu-DQA1, and Mamu-DRA alleles were(More)
High-frequency alleles and/or co-occurring human leukocyte antigen alleles across loci appear to be more important than individual alleles as markers of disease risk and have clinical value as biomarkers for targeted screening or the development of new disease therapies. To better elucidate the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) background and to(More)
The Web browser is a killer app on mobile devices such as smartphones. However, the user experience of mobile Web browsing is undesirable because of the slow resource loading. To improve the performance of Web resource loading, caching has been adopted as a key mechanism. However, the existing passive measurement studies cannot comprehensively characterize(More)
TRIM5α is a retroviral restriction factor, in which the B30.2 (SPRY) and coiled-coil domains cooperate to determine the specificity of TRIM5α-mediated capture of retroviral capsids. Here, all exons of TRIM5α were analyzed in 39 Vietnamese cynomolgus macaques (VCE) and 29 Chinese rhesus macaques (CR). Our results revealed the presence of 22 alleles using the(More)
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