Yingji He

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We investigated the effects of Matrine on proliferation by trypan blue exclusion and differentiation by benzidine staining positive cells in K-562 cells, assayed the telomerase activity using PCR-ELISA assay, analyzed cell cycle by fluorescence-activated cell sorter analysis of the DNA content, and also determined the gene expression level of c-myc, N-ras(More)
This study was designed to investigate the effect of curcumin (diferuloylmethane) on the proliferation and apoptosis of hepatic stellate cells (HSC). The cell line HSC-T6 (1.25 x 10(5) cells/mL) was incubated with curcumin and HSC proliferation was detected by a methyl thiazolyl tetrazolium colorimetric assay. HSC apoptosis was detected by flow cytometry,(More)
We report on the existence of surface defect gap solitons. Such new type of solitons can be well supported by an interface between the defect of optical lattice and the uniform media with focusing saturable nonlinearity. The surface defect of optical lattice can profoundly affect the properties of solitons. It is shown that for the positive defect, stable(More)
Six different nucleic acid structures including duplex, triplex and quadruplex are formed by oligonucleotides. Their structural properties are studied in detail by four spectroscopic techniques, i.e. CD, UV, NMR and fluorescence. Results are: CD Spectra: The common characteristics is a negative band at 240 nm, and the spectra are different from each other(More)
We present dynamics of spatial solitons propagating through a PT symmetric optical lattice with a longitudinal potential barrier. We find that a spatial soliton evolves a transverse drift motion after transmitting through the lattice barrier. The gain/loss coefficient of the PT symmetric potential barrier plays an essential role on such soliton dynamics.(More)
We consider a class of self-trapped spatiotemporal solitons: spatiotemporal necklace-ring solitons, whose intensities are azimuthally periodically modulated. We reveal numerically that the spatiotemporal necklace-ring solitons carrying zero, integer, and even fractional angular momentum can be self-trapped over a huge propagation distance in the(More)
Objective. To explore prior noise exposures or sound conditioning as a moderator of hearing loss produced by traumatic exposure to low or middle-frequency noise. Method. Two experimental groups of guinea-pigs were conditioned using a 0.5 kHz octave band noise (OBN) at 85 dB, 6 h/d for 4 d. The subjects were allowed to recover for 3 d after conditioning.(More)
We overview recent theoretical studies of the dynamics of one-and two-dimensional spatial dissipative solitons in models based on the complex Ginzburg-Landau equations with the cubic-quintic combination of loss and gain terms, which include imaginary, real, or complex spatially periodic potentials. The imaginary potential represents periodic modulation of(More)
We report on the existence and stability of the two-dimensional multipeak gap solitons in a parity-time-symmetric periodic potential with defocusing Kerr nonlinearity. We investigate the multipeak solitons with all the peaks of the real parts in-phase. It is found that these solitons can be stable in the first gap. The system can support not only the stable(More)
We demonstrate that rotary motion of a two-dimensional soliton trapped in a Bessel lattice can be precisely controlled by application of a finite-time push to the lattice, due to the transfer of the lattice's linear momentum to the orbital momentum of the soliton. A simple analytical consideration treating the soliton as a particle provides for an accurate(More)