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Antitumor activity of novel fluoro-substituted (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate analogs.
Epidemiological studies support the cancer-preventive effects of green tea and its main constituent (-)-epigallocatechin gallate [(-)-EGCG], however, (-)-EGCG is unstable under physiologicalExpand
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The neural basis of trait self-esteem revealed by the amplitude of low-frequency fluctuations and resting state functional connectivity.
Self-esteem is an affective, self-evaluation of oneself and has a significant effect on mental and behavioral health. Although research has focused on the neural substrates of self-esteem, little isExpand
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Prodrugs of Fluoro-Substituted Benzoates of EGC as Tumor Cellular Proteasome Inhibitors and Apoptosis Inducers
The most potent catechin in green tea is (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate [(-)-EGCG], which, however, is unstable under physiological conditions. To discover more stable and more potent polyphenolExpand
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Oxytocin differentially modulates amygdala responses during top-down and bottom-up aversive anticipation
The ability to successfully regulate negative emotions such as fear and anxiety is vital for mental health. The neuropeptide oxytocin (OXT) acts as important modulator of emotion regulation, asExpand
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Red for “Stop”: “Traffic-Light” Nutrition Labels Decrease Unhealthy Food Choices by Increasing Activity and Connectivity in the Frontal Lobe
Food labels comprise a national health-intervention policy that informs consumers of food-product nutritional value. Previous evidence has indicated that, compared to a purely numericExpand
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The state of memory-matched distractor in working memory influence the visual attention
Information in working memory (WM) can guide visual attention towards matched features. While recent work has suggested that cognitive control can act upon WM guidance of visual attention, little isExpand
Error-induced adaptability: Behavioral and neural dynamics of response-stimulus interval modulations on posterror slowing.
  • Q. Li, Na Hu, +4 authors Antao Chen
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of experimental psychology. General
  • 1 October 2020
Response errors often cause individuals to slow down their subsequent reactions (posterror slowing [PES]). Despite intensive investigations on PES, the adaptive nature of PES remains unresolved.Expand
Analysis of polymorphisms in milk proteins from cloned and sexually reproduced goats.
This study evaluates the relationship between the genotype and milk protein components in goats. Milk samples were collected from cloned goats and normal white goats during different postpartum (orExpand
Oxytocin Differentially Modulates Amygdala Responses during Top‐Down and Bottom‐Up Aversive Anticipation
Abstract The ability to successfully regulate negative emotions such as fear and anxiety is vital for mental health. Intranasal administration of the neuropeptide oxytocin (OXT) has been shown toExpand
Expression of uc.189 and its clinicopathologic significance in gynecological cancers
In recent decades, emerging evidence demonstrates that ultraconserved elements (UCEs) encoding noncoding RNAs serve as regulators of gene expression. Until now, the role of uc.189 in human cancersExpand