Yichen Guo

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BACKGROUND To examine changes of chemical sensory functions in patients with dysosmia. MATERIAL/METHODS The 272 study subjects included 98 healthy volunteers, 86 subjects with hyposmia and 88 subjects with functional anosmia. Their chemical sensory functions were examined using olfactory event-related potentials (oERPs), trigeminal event-related(More)
S100 Ca2+-binding protein A1 (S100A1) is an important regulator of myocardial contractility. The aim of the present study was to identify the underlying mechanisms of S100A1 activity via profiling the protein expression in rats administered with an S100A1 adenovirus (Ad‑S100A1‑EGFP) following acute myocardial infarction (AMI). LTQ OrbiTrap mass spectrometry(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore changes of olfactory and gustatory functions in patients with olfactory dysfunction. METHOD The 284 study subjects included 92 healthy volunteers, 92 with hyposmia and 100 with functional anosmia. Their olfactory and gustatory functions were examined using T&T olfactometer, olfactory event-related potentials (OERPs) and triple drop(More)
CONCLUSIONS The olfactory and intranasal trigeminal systems are closely connected. With regard to intranasal trigeminal event-related potential (ERP), patients with olfactory dysfunction (OD) showed longer latency and lower amplitude, which indicated decreased trigeminal sensitivity. Different age, etiology, and olfactory status also affect trigeminal(More)
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