Y. S. Li

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Traditional flood forecasting and operation of reservoirs in China are based on manual calculations by hydrologists or through standalone computer programs. The main drawbacks of these methods are shortage of prediction time due to time-consuming nature, individual knowledge, lack of communication, absence of experts, etc. A Web-based flood forecasting(More)
PURPOSE To determine the distributions and relation of central corneal thickness (CCT) and intraocular pressure (IOP) by NT-530P in Chinese juveniles, and the effect of gender, age, height, weight and refractive errors on the CTT and IOP. METHODS CCT and IOP of 982 eyes in 514 juveniles aged from 7 to 18 years were measured with NT-530P. Multi-linear(More)
To investigate the effect of dietary chromium (Cr) as Cr methionine (CrMet) on growth performance, carcass traits, pork quality, meat colour and expression of meat colour-related genes in growing-finishing pigs, 189 crossbred Duroc×(Landrace×Yorkshire) growing-finishing pigs (male, castrated, average initial BW 74.58±1.52 kg) were selected and randomly(More)
BACKGROUND The association between 3 well known SNPs - miR-146a C/G (rs2910164), miR-196a2 T/C (rs11614913), and miR-499 A/G (rs3746444) - in pre-miRNA sequences and ischemic stroke (IS) are still conflicting and inconclusive. This meta-analysis aimed to pool previous studies get a more precise assessment of the association between these 3 SNPs and the risk(More)
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the correlation of expression of phosphorylated methyl-CpG binding protein 2-Ser421 (MeCP2-S421) and VEGF in the membranes of patients with PDR. We examined the expression of phospho-MeCP2-S80, S421, VEGF and PEDF in surgically excised PDR membranes from 33 patients with diabetes, and idiopathic epiretinal membranes(More)
Low expression levels of the programmed cell death 5 (PDCD5) gene have been reported in numerous human cancers, however, PDCD5 expression has not been investigated in hepatic cancer. The present study aims to investigate the biological behavior of PDCD5 overexpression in hepatocel-lular carcinoma (HCC) cells. The PDCD5 gene was stably transfected into the(More)