—Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) has attracted considerable attention in recent years for its low cost, general availability and location sensing functionality. Most existing schemes require the tracked persons to be labeled with RFID tags. This requirement may not be satisfied for some activity sensing applications due to privacy and security… (More)
Studies on the degeneration and regeneration of neurons as individual compartments of axons or somata can provide critical information for the clinical therapy of nervous system diseases. A controllable in vitro platform for multiple purposes is key to such studies. In the present study, we describe an integrated microfluidic device designed for achieving… (More)
Association of ACP1 gene polymorphisms and coronary artery disease in northeast Chinese population J.
A 4-week feeding trial was conducted to determine the effects of different dietary supplements on the growth, immunity and resistance of sea cucumber Apostichopus japonicus against Vibrio splendidus infection. The control group was supplied with blank microcapsules, and Astragalus polysaccharide (APS) microcapsules, tuckahoe polysaccharide (TPS)… (More)
In the title solvated complex, [NiCl(2)(C(31)H(27)NP(2))]·CH(2)Cl(2), the Ni(2+) ion is coordinated by two chloride ions and two P atoms of the chelating N,N-bis-(diphenyl-phosphan-yl)benzyl ligand to generate a strongly distorted cis-NiCl(2)P(2) square-planar geometry for the metal ion. In the crystal, the components are linked by C-H⋯Cl inter-actions.
In the title complex, [NiCl(2)(C(27)H(27)NP(2))], the Ni(2+) ion is coordinated by two chloride ions and two P atoms of the bidentate N,N-bis-(diphenyl-phosphan-yl)propyl ligand to generate a strongly distorted cis-NiCl(2)P(2) square-planar geometry for the metal ion. A NiP(2)N rhombus occurs within the chelating ligand.
The title compound, [Fe(2)(C(3)H(6)S(2))(C(18)H(15)P)(2)(CO)(4)], which might serve as an active-site model of [FeFe]-hydrogenase, contains two fused Fe/S/C/C/C/S six-membered rings, one of which has a chair conformation and the other a boat conformation. Each Fe atom is coordinated by two carbonyl ligands, a triphenyl-phosphane ligand and a bis-bidentate… (More)