Ying S. Chun

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Kupffer cells, a liver organ-specific macrophage, play an important role in preventing the development of malignant tumors. The mechanism responsible for their tumoricidal activities is not completely known. In our study, we established in vivo models involving a rat malignant cell line, rat Kupffer cells and tumor implantation in nude mice. A series of(More)
Apoptosis of glioma may represent a promising intervention for tumor treatment. Macrophages are able to induce apoptosis in a number of tumor cells, including glioma. It is known that apoptosis of cells is executed on either a death receptor-dependent or independent pathway. Whether and how apoptosis of glioma cells induced by activated macrophages is(More)
Kupffer cells play an important role in keeping liver from occurrence of tumors. Apoptosis is thought to be a major mechanism responsible for the anti-tumor function of Kupffer cells. Previous studies have mainly concentrated on the direct contact and interaction between Kupffer cells and tumor cells. The present experiment is to investigate the apoptotic(More)
Collecting and analyzing massive mobility data from mobile network is becoming an emerging research topic in past years. It is proved to have great potential in lots of domains, e.g. intelligence traffic system, urban analysis, public safety etc. However, due to variety of data collection mechanisms, the data characteristics are various and need to be(More)
Macrophages play an important role in the regulation of malignant tumors. Although glioma contains abundance of macrophages, their role in apoptosis of glioma is not known. We stimulated macrophages with lipopolysaccharide and culture supernatants of activated macrophages were collected to treat glioma cells. The results showed that molecules released from(More)
A single protein of 12 kl)a, pl2 is encoded by the HTLV-I genome from both the singly spliced mRNA pXORF-I and doubly spliced mRNA pX-rex-ORF-I. While many full-length sequences of HTLV-1 are known, data on the pi2 region of African STLV-I are unavailable. We have undertaken to sequence the pi2 gene in STLV-I from Central and West African naturally infected(More)
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