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The application of FUS in abdominal organs such as the liver or the kidneys is impeded by a number of complications. One of the most challenging is organ motion due to breathing. To achieve ablation in a target within a moving organ the FUS system has to be steered to focus on the same anatomical position. We present a prototypical system that tracks the(More)
Cancer stem cells (CSCs) are responsible for tumor initiation and progression. We previously showed that Delta-like homolog 1 (DLK1) may be a therapeutic target against the CSCs of human hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). However, the therapeutic efficacy and underlying mechanism remain unclear. Here we demonstrated that knockdown of DLK1 using a tet-inducible(More)
It is a very important issue to design the head-up display's information display format appropriately, thus to help the pilot identify the targets and understand the external environment efficiently. The present study carries out the ergonomics design and evaluation of visual coding for aircraft head-up display based on the literature analysis. First, using(More)
To reduce waste and wastewater pollution and to improve the utilization rate of resources in the pig-industry chain, a circular economy of the chain can be developed. The key to constructing the circular economic system of the pig-industry chain is to determine the path of the cyclic materials and to design reasonable waste-and wastewater-treatment(More)
With more severe resource scarcity and environmental problems, the evaluation of circular economy in microcosmic level has become the focus of the academic world. Based on the concept of circular economy, this paper not only structures the evaluation index system of circular economy for iron and steel enterprises, builds the evaluation model of circular(More)
Focused ultrasound surgery (FUS) is showing significant potential as a non-invasive medical intervention without percutaneous access for ablation (cell destruction by heating) of tumours. MRI is frequently used to guide FUS surgery (MRgFUS). Although the MRI can acquire multiple slices per second, organ motion is not accounted for in the repositioning of(More)
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