Wenjie Wu

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The impairment in diabetic wound healing represents a significant clinical problem. Chronic inflammation is thought to play a central role in the pathogenesis of this impairment. We have previously shown that treatment of diabetic murine wounds with mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) can improve healing, but the mechanisms are not completely defined.(More)
This paper studies the early trends of enterprise resource planning (ERP) in China via an executive survey and subsequent statistical analysis. While ERP has been contributed to increased efficiency, increased revenue, and reduced costs, companies with horror stories about their ERP implementation are not uncommon. ERP implementation in China is so new(More)
This paper uses a market potential approach to examine the evolution of the rail transport network of China and its spatial distributional impacts on local accessibility, with a particular focus on high-speed rail improvements. Accessibility is measured by using a " market potential " function that was derived from the general equilibrium model of the(More)
Touch-less hand gestures require a structured approach towards the design of audio feedback, especially in audio-only environments. We present an implementation approach for responsive audio feedback geared towards hand gestures in audio-only games, focusing on diegetic environmental feedback before, during, and after gestures. The developed framework is(More)
Smartphone games lack the hardware interface afforded by other gaming media like controllers for consoles, keyboard and mouse for PCs, joysticks and buttons on arcade cabinets, etc. As such, many popular games focus on puzzle mechanics using the touch screen interface, such as Angry Birds[1] or Cut the Rope[2]. We focused on skill-based, reactionary(More)
Mentalizing (otherwise known as 'theory of mind') involves a special process that is adapted for predicting and explaining the behaviour of others (targets) based on inferences about targets' beliefs and character. This research investigated how well participants made inferences about an especially apposite aspect of character, empathy. Participants were(More)
This is an author response to commentaries on our original article (Wu, Sheppard & Mitchell, 2016). We abstract two main themes from the commentaries, and they are as follows: (1) What kind of clues in target behaviour allow perceivers to infer target EQ? And related with this, by what process do perceivers infer the target's EQ? (2) Do features of the(More)
AIM Dynamic plates have been popularized to promote cervical spine fusion. There are no studies comparing the effectiveness and complications between traditional static plates and new dynamic plates (Vectra-T, Synthes, Switzerland). MATERIAL AND METHODS From June 2009 to October 2012, 70 patients underwent anterior cervical corpectomy and fusion (ACCF) in(More)