Xiangrong Cao

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The neurite outgrowth inhibitor protein Nogo-A has been identified as an inhibitor of axonal regeneration, and Nogo-B as a regulator of vasculature remodeling, but the additional roles of Nogo isoforms, especially Nogo-C, have obtained little attention. Nogo-C is weakly expressed in liver and kidney compared to the high expression in skeletal muscle. Here(More)
Genotype 4 hepatitis E virus (HEV) was reportedly transmitted freely between humans and swine in eastern China. The full-length genomic sequence of Shanghai swine isolate (SH-SW-zs1) recovered from feces sample of a pig which was infected with HEV RNA positive swine serum was determined using RT-PCR and RACE (Rapid Amplification of cDNA Ends) methods. The(More)
Different diploid chromosome numbers have been reported for the tufted deer Elaphodus cephalophus (female, 2n = 46/47; male, 2n = 47/48) in earlier reports. In the present study, chromosomal analysis of seven tufted deer (5 male symbol, 2 female symbol) revealed that the karyotype of these animals contains 48 chromosomes, including a pair of large(More)
Oncolytic adenovirus is capable of infecting, replicating in and lysing cancer cells. In adenovirus infection and replication, the wild type E1a gene (wE1a) mediates various genetic events to facilitate viral replication and exert antitumor effect. To enhance its antitumor efficacy and optimize its safety, we manipulated the wE1a gene and designed a 720-bp(More)
The tufted deer Elaphodus cephalophus are endangered animals in the world and little is understood about their mitochondrial (mt) genome. In our study, the mt genome of the tufted deer is identified--which is about 16 kb in length and contains 13 protein-coding genes, two ribosomal RNA genes, 22 transfer RNA genes and a non-coding sequence (control region).(More)
  • Hong Qiu, Yan Yan, +4 authors Changqing Su
  • 2012
Hepatocyte injury is a common pathological cause of various liver diseases. Due to a lack of an effective preventive treatment, gene therapy has become an interesting approach to prevent and alleviate liver injury. A protective effect of adenovirus-mediated dual gene expression of human interleukin-10 (hIL-10) and human hepatocyte growth factor (hHGF) was(More)
In order to clarify the frequency of p16INK4 gene inactivation and its relationship with retinoblastoma (Rb) gene expression in non-small cell lung cancer, in situ double hybridization was established with Bio-labelled Rb cDNA probe and Dig-lablled p16INK4 cDNA probe, and immunohistochemistry was carried out with polyclone rabbit antibodies to human p16INK4(More)
Euphorbia prolifera is a poisonous plant belonging to the Euphorbiaceae family. In this survey on plant secondary metabolites to obtain bioactive substances for the development of new antifungal agents for agriculture, the chemical constituents of the plant E. prolifera were investigated. This procedure led to the isolation of six new and two known(More)
Activation of the transcription factor, signal transducers and activators of transcription 3 (STAT3), has been linked to the proliferation and migration of a variety of human cancer cells. These actions occur via the upregulation or downregulation of cell survival and tumor suppressor genes, respectively. Importantly, agents that can suppress STAT3(More)