Xudong Jia

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This study was to investigate the immunotoxicological potential of corn genetically modified (GM) with Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) Cry1Ah gene in BALB/c mice. Female BALB/c mice were randomly assigned to one of the four groups: the negative control group, the parental corn group, the GM corn group and the positive control group with 10 mice per group. Mice(More)
A research team in the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona has developed a GIS-based earthquake warning software package called QuakeView for Southern California Edison (SCE). QuakeView is the core module of the SCE emergency preparedness system. It estimates wave fronts of earthquakes. It consists of two primary components: the earthquake(More)
The role of maternal allergen exposure in the allergenicity of the offspring remains controversial. Some studies have shown that maternal exposure is a risk factor for allergy in the offspring, whereas other studies have shown that maternal exposure induces immune tolerance and protects offspring from allergy disease. Therefore, we utilized maternal rat(More)
Nitrogen-doped carbon dots are introduced as a novel substrate suitable for enzyme immobilization in electrochemical detection metods. Nitrogen-doped carbon dots are easily synthesised from polyacrylamide in just one step. With the help of the amino group on chitosan, glucose oxidase is immobilized on nitrogen-doped carbon dots-modified carbon glassy(More)
Use of electric vehicles (EVs) has been viewed by many as a way to significantly reduce US oil dependence, operate vehicles more efficiently, and reduce carbon emissions. Due to the potential benefits of EVs, the federal and local governments have allocated considerable funding and taken a number of legislative and regulatory steps to promote EV deployment(More)
  • Cornelius Nuworsoo, Edward Sullivan, Xudong Jia, Neil Hockaday, Bruce Chapman
  • 2008
This study evaluates the benefits and costs of smart transit technologies at San Luis Obispo Transit, a small transit operation. In 2001, the California Department of Transportation test-deployed its new program entitled " Efficient Deployment of Advanced Public Transportation Systems (EDAPTS) ". The purpose of the field study was to make low-cost,(More)
  • Xudong Jia, Edward Sullivan, P E Cornelius Neil Nuworsoo, Hockaday, Contract Summary, Cornelius Nuworsoo +1 other
  • 2007
Total The sources of funds used to prepare this report were the Division of Research and Innovation funds. Disclaimer: The contents of this report reflect the view of the authors who are responsible for the facts and accuracy of the data presented herein. The contents do not necessarily reflect the official views or policies of the State of California. The(More)
  • Xudong Jia, Jason Schrieber, Paula Okunieff, Mark Bradford
  • 1999
79 SEVERAL WINDOWS ® APPLICAtion systems have been developed for the transportation industry with the support of federal, state and local funding agencies. Many of these systems have not passed a systematic acceptance test prior to being delivered to users, thus resulting in user dissatisfaction, frustration and distrust of the systems when they fail to(More)
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