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Network processor is a kind of programmable processor performing network computing with special design and optimization. To some extent, it can be viewed as a tight-coupled multi-processor system due to its architecture of multiple in-chip processors, buses and other key components. Network processor has the property of combination of the flexibility of(More)
In humans, the over-consumption of alcohol can lead to serious liver disease. To examine the early effects of alcohol on liver disease, rats were given sufficient ethanol to develop liver cirrhosis. Rats before the onset of fibrosis were studied in this work. Plasma membranes (PM) of liver were extracted by twice sucrose density gradient centrifugation. The(More)
A new avian-origin influenza virus A (H7N9) recently crossed the species barrier and infected humans; therefore, there is an urgent need to establish mammalian animal models for studying the pathogenic mechanism of this strain and the immunological response. In this study, we attempted to develop mouse models of H7N9 infection because mice are traditionally(More)
Neuraminidase inhibitors (NAIs) are the only available licensed therapeutics against human H7N9 influenza virus infections. The emergence of NAI-resistant variants of H7N9viruses with an NA R292K mutation poses a therapeutic challenge. A comprehensive understanding of the susceptibility of these viruses to clinically available NAIs, non-NAIs and their(More)
Although cadmium (Cd) and fluoride may both have adverse effects on bone, most studies focus on a single agent. In this study, we investigated the effects of cadmium and fluoride on bone at a relative low level. Sprague–Dawley male rats were assigned randomly into four groups which were given sodium chloride, cadmium (50mg/L), and fluoride (20mg/L) alone,(More)
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