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Nanoparticle drug delivery systems and three-dimensional cell cultures in cancer treatments and research
Being a great threat to human health, with no permanent cure yet, better treatment and further research in cancer are inevitable. Nanoparticle drug delivery systems (NDDSs), especially pH-sensitiveExpand
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Bioremediation of cadmium-dichlorophen co-contaminated soil by spent Lentinus edodes substrate and its effects on microbial activity and biochemical properties of soil
PurposeSoil contamination resulting from industrial and agricultural activities has caused high concerns in recent years. Compared with single pollutant, co-contaminants of heavy metal and organicExpand
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A novel histone H4 variant H4G regulates rDNA transcription in breast cancer
Abstract Histone variants, present in various cell types and tissues, are known to exhibit different functions. For example, histone H3.3 and H2A.Z are both involved in gene expression regulation,Expand
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The removal of fluoranthene by Agaricus bisporus immobilized in Ca-alginate modified by Lentinus edodes nanoparticles
Fruiting bodies of Agaricus bisporus (A. bisporus) were entrapped in Ca-alginate modified by Lentinus edodes nanoparticles (CA-LENP) to adsorb and biodegrade fluoranthene (FLU) efficiently from anExpand
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Mycoextraction by Clitocybe maxima combined with metal immobilization by biochar and activated carbon in an aged soil.
To develop an eco-friendly and efficient route to remediate soil highly polluted with heavy metals, the idea of mycoextraction combined with metal immobilization by carbonaceous sorbents (biochar andExpand
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Inoculation of bacteria for the bioremediation of heavy metals contaminated soil by Agrocybe aegerita
The combination of mushrooms and bacteria was used as a novel technique to remediate soils polluted by heavy metals. Pot experiments were conducted to investigate combined effects of AgrocybeExpand
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Application of spent mushroom (Lentinula edodes) substrate and acclimated sewage sludge on the bioremediation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon polluted soil
Two widespread agro-industrial wastes, spent mushroom substrate of Lentinus edodes (SMS) and acclimated sewage sludge (ASS), were investigated for the remediation of multi-polycyclic aromaticExpand
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Prevalence of antibiotic resistance genes in bacteriophage DNA fraction from Funan River water in Sichuan, China.
To better understand the role that bacteriophages play in antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) dissemination in the aquatic environment, 36 water samples were collected from the Funan River in Sichuan,Expand
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Enhancement of tolerance of Ganoderma lucidum to cadmium by nitric oxide
Nitric oxide (NO) is considered as a signaling molecule involved in regulation of diverse physiological processes and stress responses in animals and plants. However, whether NO regulates fungal,Expand
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An anionic surfactant-assisted equilibrium adsorption method to prepare highly dispersed Fe-promoted Ni/Al2O3 catalysts for highly selective mercaptan removal
Abstract This article proposes a novel sodium dodecylbenzenesulfonate (SDBS)-assisted equilibrium adsorption method for preparing highly dispersed Ni/Al2O3 and Fe-promoted NiFe/Al2O3Expand
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