Wu Hai Hua

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It has been reported that electromagnetic fields (EMFs) can promote the healing of non-union, osteogenesis and differentiation of the osteoblasts. However, its mechanism has not been unravelled. In this study, we detected some response induced by EMF and evaluated the importance of these signals for EMF-induced osteogenesis in bone marrow mesenchymal stem(More)
To evaluate the feasibility of using polyethyleneimine (PEI) coated magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (polyMAG-1000) as gene vectors. The surface characteristics of the nanoparticles were observed with scanning electron microscopy. The ability of the nanoparticles to combine with and protect DNA was investigated at different PH values after polyMAG-1000 and(More)
An automatic detection system for cotton field information is designed, which could automatically acquisition cotton field video and analysis insect pest and seedling situation including color, morphology, size, egg and coverage of cotton leaves. Experimental results prove that the new system was effective on remote analysis and process of pest and seedling(More)
In order to study the effects of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) on proliferation, differentiation and intercellular cyclic AMP (cAMP) in mouse bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs)in vitro, the mouse bone MSCs were isolated and culturedin vitro. The third passage MSCs were divided into 4 groups and stimulated with EMFs. The cellular proliferation (MTT),(More)
This paper presented 51 cases of intractable epilepsy, of which 36 were males, and 15 females, with a mean age of 21. They were all verified through CT/MRI, among which 17 were proved to have lesions on the brain, and 34 to have no lesion. Before operation all the patients were identified by SPECT and cerebral blood flow imaging (CBF). During the operation(More)
The magnetic porous tricalcium phosphate (MPTCP) and porous tricalcium phosphate (PTCP) ceramic cylinders were implanted into right and left bone defects of rabbits’ radii in order to determine the utility of the MPTCP ceramics. Based on naked eye inspection, light and scanning electron microphotography, roentgenography, quantitative histological(More)
The utero-placental-fetal circulation (UPFC) of 150 subjects during second and third trimester was examined by using color Doppler. Of them 89 were normal woman and 58 were patients with intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR). Our results showed that UPFC was increased gradually during normal pregnant period. In IUGR patients it was revealed that TAV and Q(More)
The imaging appearances of99Tcm-HL91, a new hypoxic imaging agent, in ischemic myocardium were studied and the value of99Tcm-HL91 in the evaluation of regional ischemic viable myocardium was explored. Acute myocardial ischemia models were made by coronary artery legations in 18 rats and randomly divided into 2 groups:99Tcm-HL91 group and99Tcm-MIBI group.(More)
From 1980 to 1990 we treated 100 cases of AMI with i.v. urokinase (UK). According to the way of management and the dosage administered all these cases were divided into three groups: first stage of small dosage, second stage of trial big dosage, and third stage of comprehensive dosage. 36 patients of the first stage were treated with small dosage, 1–20000 U(More)
Angiogenesis factor of human osteosarcoma was partially purified and its biological features were studied. The active peptide with 8000 to 10 000 u molecular weight in the conditioned medium obtained from the cultivation of human osteosarcoma cells were partially purified by ultrafiltration, chromatography and dialysis. The angiogenic effects of the(More)