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VulDeePecker: A Deep Learning-Based System for Vulnerability Detection
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We present VulDeePecker, the first deep learningbased vulnerability detection system, which aims to relieve human experts from the tedious and subjective work of manually defining features and reduce the false negatives that are incurred by other vulnerability detection systems. Expand
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SySeVR: A Framework for Using Deep Learning to Detect Software Vulnerabilities
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We propose the first systematic framework for using deep learning to detect vulnerabilities. Expand
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Sesquiterpenes from the red alga Laurencia tristicha.
Seven new sesquiterpenes (1-7), together with seven known sesquiterpenes, aplysin (8), aplysinol (9), gossonorol (10), 7,10-epoxy-ar-bisabol-11-ol (11), 10-epi-7,10-epoxy-ar-bisabol-11-ol (12),Expand
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Phelligridins C-F: cytotoxic pyrano[4,3-c][2]benzopyran-1,6-dione and furo[3,2-c]pyran-4-one derivatives from the fungus Phellinus igniarius.
  • S. Mo, S. Wang, +4 authors J. Shi
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of natural products
  • 21 April 2004
Three unique pyrano[4,3-c][2]benzopyran-1,6-dione derivatives and a new furo[3,2-c]pyran-4-one, named phelligridins C-F (2-5), together with hispolon (8), (E)-4-(3,4-dihydroxyphenyl)but-3-en-2-oneExpand
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Bioactive neolignans and lignans from the bark of Machilus robusta.
Sixteen new neolignans and lignans (1-16), together with 12 known analogues, have been isolated from an ethanol extract of the bark of Machilus robusta. Compounds 1 and 2 showed activity againstExpand
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Mono-, Bi-, and triphenanthrenes from the tubers of Cremastra appendiculata.
  • Zhen Xue, S. Li, +4 authors L. He
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of natural products
  • 17 May 2006
Six newphenanthrene derivatives, including three monophenanthrenes (1-3), two biphenanthrenes (4 and 5), and a triphenanthrene (6), have been isolated from an ethanolic extract of the tubers ofExpand
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Abietane and C20-norabietane diterpenes from the stem bark of Fraxinus sieboldiana and their biological activities.
  • Sheng Lin, Y. Zhang, +12 authors J. Shi
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of natural products
  • 20 October 2010
Fourteen new abietane (1-14) and seven new C(20)-norabietane (15-21) diterpenes, together with five known analogues, have been isolated from the stem bark of Fraxinus sieboldiana. Their structuresExpand
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Bromophenols coupled with derivatives of amino acids and nucleosides from the red alga Rhodomela confervoides.
Three new bromophenols coupled with pyroglutamic acid derivatives and one bromophenol coupled with deoxyguanosine were obtained from the red alga Rhodomela confervoides. By spectroscopic methodsExpand
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Glycosides from the stem bark of Fraxinus sieboldiana.
  • Sheng Lin, S. Wang, +6 authors J. Shi
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of natural products
  • 27 April 2007
A norditerpene glucopyranoside with a novel carbon skeleton (1), eight new aromatic glycosides (2-9), and 25 known glycosides have been isolated from a H2O-soluble portion of an ethanolic extract ofExpand
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Dibenzyl bromophenols with diverse dimerization patterns from the brown alga Leathesia nana.
Six novel dibenzyl bromophenols (1-6) with different dimerization patterns and two propyl bromophenol derivatives (7 and 8), together with 11 known bromophenol derivatives, were isolated from theExpand
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