Xingxing Wu

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Nine polymorphic microsatellites markers were identified for Galaxea fascicularis symbionts and characterized in 29 samples from two populations. Four of them were derived from coral genome with 5–11 alleles, and the expected and observed heterozygosities ranging 0.67–0.89 and 0.25–0.69 respectively. Five were derived from zooxanthella genome amplified 0–3(More)
A fast-responsive fluorescent phenylamine-oligothiophene sensor 2TBDA was reported. This sensor exhibited highly selective and sensitive detection of Hg2+ ion in THF/H2O (7/3, v/v) solution through fluorescence quenching. The detection was not affected by the coexistence of other competitive metal ions. In addition, the detection limit was found to be as(More)
Experiments show a primary role of extracellular potassium concentrations in neuronal hyperexcitability and in the generation of epileptiform bursting and depolarization blocks without synaptic mechanisms. We adopt a physiologically relevant hippocampal CA1 neuron model in a zero-calcium condition to better understand the function of extracellular potassium(More)
— In this paper, we study a nonlinear large-scale network model with saturation constraints on both the control input and the state variables. We achieve buffer queue length regulation against unknown inter-node traffic interferences via a decentralized saturated control law. Motivated by physical characteristics of communication networks, two conditions(More)
A phenylamine-oligothiophene-based fluorescent chemosensor I3TEA was reported. This sensor exhibited highly selective and fast detection of Hg2+ ion in MeCN/H2O (8/2, v/v) solution through fluorescence quenching. The detection was unaffected by the other competitive metal cations. The low detection limit was found to be 5.92 × 10−7 M. In addition, the(More)
A new reversible colorimetric and fluorescent chemosensor MMIP based on a simple Schiff base has been successfully synthesized. MMIP exhibited high selectivity and sensitivity towards Ag+, Cu2+ and Hg2+ ions with a short response time in DMSO/H2O (1/1, v/v) solution among various metal ions, and the results could be monitored directly by naked eyes. The(More)
Some neuronal receptors perceive external input in the form of hybrid periodic signals. The signal detection may be based on the mechanism of vibrational resonance, in which a system's response to the low frequency signal can become optimal by an appropriate choice of the vibration amplitude of HFS. The vibrational resonance effect is investigated in a(More)