Yanjuan Wang

Yujuan Shen6
Yuxin Xu4
6Yujuan Shen
4Yuxin Xu
3Yanyan Jiang
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The role of T follicular helper (Tfh) cells in schistosome infection is not fully defined. In a previous study, a higher frequency of circulating PD-1+CXCR5+CD4+ Tfh cells was observed in patients with chronic schistosomiasis relative to healthy controls (HCs) and it correlated positively with the level of soluble egg antigen (SEA) specific antibodies in(More)
The current knowledge of immunological responses to schistosomiasis is insufficient for the development of vaccine and therapies. The role of T follicular helper (Tfh) cells in schistosome infections is not fully defined. The frequency of circulating Tfh cells and serum cytokine levels were analyzed in 11 patients with chronic schistosomiasis and 10 healthy(More)
Splenomegaly is a characteristic symptom of schistosome infection. Unlike the well known hepatic pathology of schistosomiasis, splenomegaly has received little scientific research and is generally considered to be a non-specific congestion caused by increased blood pressure within the venous sinuses. Moreover, to date, few studies have reported the(More)
BACKGROUND Cystic hydatid disease (CHD) is caused by the larval stages of the cestode and affects humans and domestic animals worldwide. Protoscoleces (PSCs) are one component of the larval stages that can interact with both definitive and intermediate hosts. Previous genomic and transcriptomic data have provided an overall snapshot of the genomics of the(More)
—Cost-sensitive classification is one of the hottest research topics in data mining and machine learning. It is prevalent in many applications, such as Automatic Target Recognition (ATR), medical diagnosis, etc. However, the data in practice may be inconsistent due to dimensional reduction operation or other pre-processing, yet it is not clear how the(More)
  • Jing Zhang, Yujuan Shen, Zhongying Yuan, Jianhai Yin, Wei Zang, Yuxin Xu +4 others
  • 2013
BACKGROUND Pentastomiasis is a rare zoonotic disease caused by pentastomids. Despite their worm-like appearance, they are commonly placed into a separate sub-class of the subphylum Crustacea, phylum Arthropoda. However, until now, the systematic classification of the pentastomids and the diagnosis of pentastomiasis are immature, and genetic information(More)
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