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Two phenanthraquinones from Dendrobium moniliforme.
This is the first report of compound 1, which possesses a novel 1,4,5,8-diquinone moiety in the phenanthraquinone skeleton, and which showed potent antiinflammatory effects in vitro.
Pharmacokinetics of a new antitumor 3-arylisoquinoline derivative, CWJ-a-5.
The pharmacokinetics of this novel antitumor 3-arylisoquinoline derivative was studied after intravenous (i.o.) and hepatoportal (p.v.) administration in rats and showed a linear pharmacokinetic behavior up to 20 mg/kg doses.
Capacitive behaviour of thermally reduced graphene oxide in a novel ionic liquid containing di-cationic charge
Abstract A novel ionic liquid (IL) with di-cationic group was synthesized and used to evaluate the supercapacitive behaviour of a thermally reduced graphene oxide (rGO) in comparison with aqueous
Cell encapsulation with alginate and α‐phenoxycinnamylidene‐acetylated poly(allylamine)
In general, microcapsules prepared from alginate and polycations lack mechanical strength because the interaction between alginate and polycations is ionic instead of covalent, which represents a
Mechanisms of hydrogen transfer and bond scission of strongly bonded coal structures in donor-solvent systems
Abstract Five possible non-ionic mechanisms for hydrogen transfer leading to scission of strongly bonded coal structures are considered. Cleavage of diphenyl ether, diphenylmethane, and
Microcapsules prepared from alginate and a photosensitive poly(L-lysine).
A photosensitive polymer, alpha-phenylcinnamylideneacetylated poly(L-lysine), was synthesized and characterized and used for the preparation of microcapsules that were strengthened significantly by light irradiation.
Amination of polycarbonate surface and its application for cell attachment.
The experimental results showed that the 3T3 fibroblast cells adhesion strength increased significantly on the plasma modified sheet and the hydrophilicity was mainly derived from the amino groups on the modified surface.
Metal–Nonmetal Transition in Rubidium Tungsten Bronze RbxWOy
An oxygen concentration dependent metal–nonmetal (MN) transition was observed for Rb0.23WOy with 2.80 < y < 3.08. As 2.80 < y < 3.0, the room temperature resistivity (ρRT) of the Rb0.23WOy is about 5
Preparation of nano-sized particles from collagen II by a high-voltage electrostatic field system.
This is practically the first attempt to produce nano-particles directly from collagen II solution under the treatment of a high-voltage electrostatic field, together with a set of working parameters for the collagen concentration and low-temperature setting.