S. L. Tang

Learn More
  • Z G Li, X Feng, P Li, L Liang, S L Tang, S F Wang +3 others
  • 2010
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions This discussion paper is/has been under review for the journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (ACP). Please refer to the corresponding final paper in ACP if available. Abstract A detailed study on atmospheric mercury emissions from municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills in China is necessary to understand(More)
differences in the cannabinoid modulation of an A-type K ϩ current in neurons of the mammalian hypothalamus.nabinoids regulate biological processes governed by the hypothala-mus including, but not limited to, energy homeostasis and reproduction. The present study sought to determine whether cannabinoids modulate A-type K ϩ currents (I A) in neurons of the(More)
All Archaea catalyse the conversion of pyruvate to acetyl-CoA via a simple pyruvate oxidoreductase. This is in contrast to the Eukarya and most aerobic bacteria, which use the pyruvate dehydrogenase multienzyme complex [PDHC], consisting of multiple copies of three component enzymes: E1 (pyruvate decarboxylase), E2 (lipoate acetyl-transferase) and E3(More)
This review highlights the progress made thus far in characterizing the behavioral and cellular mechanisms through which cannabinoids regulate energy homeostasis. We performed microstructural analysis of feeding behavior in gonadectomized guinea pigs and gonadally intact, transgenic CB1 receptor knockout mice to determine how cannabinoids affect circadian(More)
  • J D Beckerle, D J Gladstone, M B Lee, M Mcgonigal, M Schulberg, R J Simonson +7 others
  • 2009
We have confirmed the presence of a precursor state to the molecular chemisorption of CO on Ni(11) for CO molecules with incident energies of less than 4 kcal mol-1. We have also identified for the first time a barrier to adsorption into the molecular chemisorption state directly from the gas phase. This was accomplished by measuring the intensity profiles(More)
Cannabinoids regulate biological processes governed by the hypothalamus including, but not limited to, energy homeostasis and reproduction. The present study sought to determine whether cannabinoids modulate A-type K(+) currents (I(A)) in neurons of the hypothalamic arcuate nucleus (ARC). Whole cell patch-clamp recordings were performed in slices through(More)
  • 1