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Bcl‐2 suppresses hydrogen peroxide‐induced programmed cell death via OsVPE2 and OsVPE3, but not via OsVPE1 and OsVPE4, in rice
Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is known to be a key player in apoptosis in animals. The components and pathways regulating H2O2‐induced programmed cell death in plants, however, remain largely unknown. InExpand
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Nodule-Plus R-CNN and Deep Self-Paced Active Learning for 3D Instance Segmentation of Pulmonary Nodules
In this paper, a new region-based network, called Nodule-plus Region-based CNN, is proposed to detect pulmonary nodules in 3D thoracic CT images effectively while synchronously generating an instance segmentation mask for every detected instance. Expand
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Genistein Ameliorates Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease by Targeting the Thromboxane A2 Pathway.
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is now a public health issue worldwide, but no drug has yet received approval. Genistein, an isoflavonoid derived from soybean, amelioratesExpand
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High Salt Intake Attenuates Breast Cancer Metastasis to Lung.
Diet-related factors are thought to modify the risk of cancers, while the influence of high salt intake remains largely uncharacterized. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women worldwide. InExpand
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CTRP13 attenuates vascular calcification by regulating Runx2
Vascular calcification is strongly associated with increased cardiovascular mortality and morbidity. C1q/ TNF‐related protein‐13 (CTRP13) is a secreted adipokine that plays important roles in theExpand
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SSN: A Stair-Shape Network for Real-Time Polyp Segmentation in Colonoscopy Images
We develop a novel stair-shape network for real-time polyp segmentation in colonoscopy images (not merely for simple detection). Expand
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A Fully 3D Cascaded Framework for Pancreas Segmentation
We present a Fully 3D Cascaded Framework for pancreas segmentation in 3D CT images. Expand
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Multi-Modal Fusion Learning For Cervical Dysplasia Diagnosis
Fusion of multi-modal information from a patient’s screening tests can help improve the diagnostic accuracy of cervical dysplasia. Expand
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Clinical outcomes of dialysis patients with COVID-19 in the initial phase of the COVID-19 outbreak in Wuhan, China
Since the end of 2019, dialysis patients have been at risk of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) as well as other potential complications. Hence, we sought to describe the clinical characteristicsExpand
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Automatic model for cervical cancer screening based on convolutional neural network: a retrospective, multicohort, multicenter study
Background The incidence rates of cervical cancer in developing countries have been steeply increasing while the medical resources for prevention, detection, and treatment are still quite limited.Expand