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A quantitative methodology was developed to identify protein interactions in a broad range of cell types by using FRET between fluorescent proteins. Genetic fusions of a target receptor to a FRET acceptor and a large library of candidate peptide ligands to a FRET donor enabled high-throughput optical screening for optimal interaction partners in the(More)
Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) is extremely persistent and bioaccumulative in the environment; thus, it is very urgent to investigate an effective and moderate technology to treat the pollution of PFOA. In this study, a process combined iron and granular activated carbon (Fe(0)/GAC) micro-electrolysis with VUV-Fenton system is employed for the remediation of(More)
Rheum palmatum L. (Chinese rhubarb) is a highly regarded medicinal plant. Its dominant active constituents are anthraquinones including emodin, aloe-emodin, rhein, etc. Rhein naturally occurs in anthraquinone (1, 3, 8-trihydroxy-6-methyl anthraquinone), which is found in R. palmatum L. and related plants such as rhubarb. It has good antitumor,(More)
Heat rate value is considered as one of the most important thermal economic indicators, which determines the economic, efficient and safe operation of steam turbine unit. At the same time, an accurate heat rate forecasting is core task in the optimal operation of steam turbine unit. Recently, least squares support vector machine (LSSVM) is being proved an(More)
MIL-68(Al), a powdered aluminum-based metal organic framework (MOF), was synthesized and used to explore its adsorption behavior toward methyl orange (MO). The adsorption isotherm, thermodynamics, kinetics, and some key operating factors as well as changes in the material's structure were investigated. The adsorption isotherm conformed to the Langmuir(More)
An atom- and step-economic access to an array of unprotected meta-substituted primary anilines was disclosed using the Semmler-Wolff reaction, promoted by molecular iodine. Therein, noble metal catalysts and inert atmosphere are unnecessary while the forcing reaction conditions and the lengthy synthesis can be avoided. The synthetic utility of this approach(More)
A new protocol is described for the conversion of heteroarene N-oxides to heteroarylphosphonates through in situ activation with bromotrichloromethane. The N-oxides of isoquinoline, quinoline, quinoxaline and 1,10-phenanthroline were fast transformed into the corresponding heteroarylphosphonates in up to 92% yield under mild conditions in the absence of(More)
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