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The factors influencing the frequency of rice transformation mediated by Agrobacterium have been investigated by using 16 commercially important indica and japonica rice cultivars or lines. The main results were as following: For most rice CC medium was the best for both callus initiation and subculture. With supplement of 2.5-5 mg/L ABA the quality of(More)
In the estimation theory, the Cramer-Rao bound (CRB) is a very powerful theory tool. In this paper, based on the matrix formulation of OFDM signals, the CRB for blind, semi-blind and non-blind channel estimation in OFDM systems is derived. We simulate the performance of the channel estimation in two different OFDM systems such as CP-OFDM and ZP-OFDM. In the(More)
Telomerase has been considered to be an important tumor biomarker for early cancer diagnostics and a valuable target for therapy treatment. A novel electrochemical biosensor based on structure-switching DNA probe with ferrocene (Fc) as the electroactive reporter to detect telomerase activity was developed. The developed approach displayed desirable dynamic(More)
A novel aptamer biosensor for cancer cell assay has been reported on the basis of ultrasensitive electrochemical detection. Cancer cell capturing is first accomplished via aptamer-aided recognition, and the cell-aptamer binding events then mediate an alkaline phosphatase-catalyzed silver deposition reaction which can be probed by electrochemical detection.(More)
This paper reports a highly sensitive fluorescent immunoassay for the detection of human immunoglobulin G based on PbS nanoparticles and DNAzyme. A sandwich immunoassay format was performed on a microtiter plate. Goat anti-human IgG was coated onto the polystyrene microtiter plate. The human IgG analyte was first captured by the goat anti-human IgG, and(More)
The sequences of rbcL from four species of Boehmeria were analyzed in this study by PCR amplification and directly sequencing. The sequences of PCR products were about 1,370 bp. RbcL sequences of nine generas were chosen from GenBank, then the rbcL of 13 species were sequenced with clustal X1.83. After sequencing, the length of rbcL was 1,428 bp and has(More)
Lignin is closely related to the lodging resistance of common buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum Moench.). However, the characteristics of lignin synthesis related genes have not yet been reported. We investigated the lignin biosynthesis gene expression, activities of related enzymes, and accumulation of lignin monomers during branching stage, bloom stage, and(More)
Tartary buckwheat (Fagopyrum tataricum Gaertn) has been praised as one of green foods for humans in the 21st century. Effects of fertilization on leaf photosynthetic characteristics and grain yield of tartary buckwheat has not been yet reported in detail. Our experiment was set as a split-plot factorial. The main plots and subplots were designed by(More)
Leaf senescence is an important physiological process during the plant life cycle. However, systemic studies on the impact of microRNAs (miRNAs) on the expression of senescence-associated genes (SAGs) are lacking. Besides, whether other Argonaute 1 (AGO1)-enriched small RNAs (sRNAs) play regulatory roles in leaf senescence remains unclear. In this study, a(More)
Surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) has emerged as a promising spectroscopic technique for biosensing. However, to design a SERS-based biosensor, almost all currently used methods involve the time-consuming and complicated modification of the metallic nanoparticles with the Raman active dye and biorecognition element, which restricts their widespread(More)
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