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Capture and visualization of hydrogen sulfide by a fluorescent probe.
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) has been known as a toxic pollutant for years. However, this molecule has been recently recognized as the third gaseous transmitter (the other two are nitric oxide and carbonExpand
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Measurement errors in degradation-based burn-in
Burn-in is an effective tool to improve product reliability and reduce field failure costs before a product is sold to customers. As many products are becoming highly reliable, traditional burn-inExpand
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Fluorescent probes based on nucleophilic substitution-cyclization for hydrogen sulfide detection and bioimaging.
The design, synthesis, properties, and cell imaging applications of a series of 2-pyridyl disulfide based fluorescent probes (WSP1, WSP2, WSP3, WSP4 and WSP5) for hydrogen sulfide detection areExpand
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Adaptive Vision and Force Tracking Control for Robots With Constraint Uncertainty
A visually servoed adaptive controller is proposed for motion and force tracking with uncertainties in the constraint surface, kinematics, dynamics and camera model. Expand
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Eleven New Eudesmane Derivatives from Laggera pterodonta
A phytochemical investigation of Laggera pterodonta afforded, in addition to several known compounds, three new eudesmane sesquiterpenes (1-3) and eight new eudesmane glucosides (pterodontosides A-H;Expand
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Generalized moment-independent importance measures based on Minkowski distance
This paper presents a general formulation of moment-independent importance measures and several commonly discussed importance measures are unified based on Minkowski distance. Expand
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New fluorescent probes for sulfane sulfurs and the application in bioimaging.
A sulfane sulfur mediated benzodithiolone formation was developed. Based on this reaction, two fluorescent probes (SSP1 and SSP2) for the detection of sulfane sulfur species (persulfide, polysulfide,Expand
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Eight New Eremophilane Derivatives from the Roots of Ligularia przewalskii
Two known eremophilanodiolides [1,2] and four new compounds of this class [3-6], a new eremophilanolide [7], two eremophilane epimers [9,10], and a noreremophilane derivative [8], were isolated in aExpand
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Peroxynitrite-Dependent Zinc Release and Inactivation of Guanosine 5′-Triphosphate Cyclohydrolase 1 Instigate Its Ubiquitination in Diabetes
Aberrant degradation of guanosine 5′-triphosphate cyclohydrolase 1 (GTPCH1) with consequent deficiency of tetrahydrobiopterin is considered the primary cause for endothelial dysfunction in diabetes.Expand
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The substrate specificity of a glucoamylase with steroidal saponin-rhamnosidase activity from Curvularia lunata
Abstract In previous work, we studied and reported that an enzyme from Curvularia lunata 3.4381 had the novel specificity to hydrolyze the terminal rhamnosyl at C-3 position of steroidal saponin andExpand
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