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Swelling Behavior of High-Chromium, Vanadium-Bearing Titanomagnetite Pellets in H2-CO-CO2 Gas Mixtures

, 1316 ( 2003 ). 7. J. Tang , M.S. Chu , F. Li , Y. Tang , Z.G. Liu , and X.X. Xue , Int. J. Miner . Metall. Mater. 6 , 562 ( 2015 ). 8. J. Li , B.W. Li , J.C. Han , Z. Chao , and J.L. Wang , JOM 68 , 1529

Ideal cardiovascular health status and its association with socioeconomic factors in Chinese adults in Shandong, China

Background Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the world. In 2010, a goal released by the American Heart Association (AHA) Committee focused on the primary reduction in cardiovascular risk. Methods Data collected from 7683 men and 7667 women aged 18–69 years were analyzed. The distribution of ideal cardiovascular health metrics based on 7 ...

An ancient Chinese wisdom for metabolic engineering: Yin-Yang

In ancient Chinese philosophy, Yin-Yang describes two contrary forces that are interconnected and interdependent. This concept also holds true in microbial cell factories, where Yin represents energy metabolism in the form of ATP, and Yang represents carbon metabolism. Current biotechnology can effectively edit the microbial genome or introduce novel enzymes to redirect carbon ...

Identification of Eggplant mottled dwarf virus in PEQ Hibiscus syriacus plants imported from Australia

In March 2014, leaf chlorotic spots were observed on several plants of Hibiscus syriacus which had been imported from Australia and held in post-entry quarantine (PEQ) in Auckland, New Zealand. Eggplant mottled dwarf virus (EMDV) was identified on the diseased hibiscus, using herbaceous indexing, electron microscopy, serological and molecular techniques. This appears to be the ...

Correction: A Peptide of SPARC Interferes with the Interaction between Caspase8 and Bcl2 to Resensitize Chemoresistant Tumors and Enhance Their Regression In Vivo

. Chan Michelle J. Tang Isabella T. Tai 1. Rahman M , Chan APK , Tai IT ( 2011 ) A Peptide of SPARC Interferes with the Interaction between Caspase8 and Bcl2 to Resensitize Chemoresistant Tumors and

A Novel Model of Asymptomatic Plasmodium Parasitemia That Recapitulates Elements of the Human Immune Response to Chronic Infection

In humans, immunity to Plasmodium sp. generally takes the form of protection from symptomatic malaria (i.e., 'clinical immunity') rather than infection ('sterilizing immunity'). In contrast, mice infected with Plasmodium develop sterilizing immunity, hindering progress in understanding the mechanistic basis of clinical immunity. Here we present a novel model in which mice ...

Photoautotrophic production of D-lactic acid in an engineered cyanobacterium

Background The world faces the challenge to develop sustainable technologies to replace thousands of products that have been generated from fossil fuels. Microbial cell factories serve as promising alternatives for the production of diverse commodity chemicals and biofuels from renewable resources. For example, polylactic acid (PLA) with its biodegradable properties is a ...

Elucidation of intrinsic biosynthesis yields using 13C-based metabolism analysis

, Hemme CL , He Z , Zhang B , Hicks LM , Xu J , Zhou J , Tang YJ : Characterization of the central metabolic pathways in Thermoanaerobacter sp . Strain X514 via isotopomer-assisted metabolite analysis

MicrobesFlux: a web platform for drafting metabolic models from the KEGG database

Background Concurrent with the efforts currently underway in mapping microbial genomes using high-throughput sequencing methods, systems biologists are building metabolic models to characterize and predict cell metabolisms. One of the key steps in building a metabolic model is using multiple databases to collect and assemble essential information about genome-annotations and the ...

Integrating Flux Balance Analysis into Kinetic Models to Decipher the Dynamic Metabolism of Shewanella oneidensis MR-1

Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 sequentially utilizes lactate and its waste products (pyruvate and acetate) during batch culture. To decipher MR-1 metabolism, we integrated genome-scale flux balance analysis (FBA) into a multiple-substrate Monod model to perform the dynamic flux balance analysis (dFBA). The dFBA employed a static optimization approach (SOA) by dividing the batch time ...

Growth Inhibition of Malignant Melanoma by Intermediate Frequency Alternating Electric Fields, and the Underlying Mechanisms

OBJECTIVE: This study investigated the antitumour effects of intermediate frequency alternating electric fields (IF-AEF) in a murine melanoma cell line (B16F10) and a mouse tumour model. METHODS: IF-AEF was applied at 100 kHz. Proliferation of B16F10 cells in vitro was assessed by the 3-(4,5-dimethylthiazol-2-yl)-2,5-diphenyltetrazolium bromide assay. IF-AEF was applied in vivo to ...

Presence of Hosta virus X in New Zealand

Leaf mosaic and deformation symptoms were observed on hosta plants (Hosta spp.) in a nursery in Kihikihi in the North Island of New Zealand. The virus associated with these symptoms has been identified as Hosta virus X (HVX), using electron microscopy, mechanical transmission, ELISA and RT-PCR techniques. This is the first report of HVX in New Zealand although this virus is ...

Recent advances in mapping environmental microbial metabolisms through 13C isotopic fingerprints

Joseph Kuo-Hsiang Tang Le You Robert E. Blankenship Yinjie J. Tang Subject collections 0 Department of Energy , Environment, and Chemical Engineering 1 Department of Biology, Clark University , 950

Statistics-based model for prediction of chemical biosynthesis yield from Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Background The robustness of Saccharomyces cerevisiae in facilitating industrial-scale production of ethanol extends its utilization as a platform to synthesize other metabolites. Metabolic engineering strategies, typically via pathway overexpression and deletion, continue to play a key role for optimizing the conversion efficiency of substrates into the desired products. However, ...

First report of Carrot red leaf virus-associated RNA co-infecting carrot with Carrot red leaf virus and Carrot mottle mimic virus to cause carrot motley dwarf disease in New Zealand

J. Tang A B B. D. Quinn A G. R. G. Clover A Carrot plants with severe leaf reddening and stunting symptoms caused by carrot motley dwarf disease were observed in the South Island of New Zealand

Interleukin-10 repletion suppresses pro-inflammatory cytokines and decreases liver pathology without altering viral replication in murine cytomegalovirus (MCMV)-infected IL-10 knockout mice

, University of California , Sacramento, CA 95817, USA 1 Y. J. Tang-Feldman (&) G. R. Lochhead S. R. Lochhead C. Pomeroy (&) Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Internal Medicine, University of

First report of Tomato mosaic virus in Griselinia lucida, an epiphytic shrub native to New Zealand

S. Veerakone A B B. S. M. Lebas A J. Tang A G. R. G. Clover A Virus-like symptoms were observed on leaves of Griselinia lucida, a New Zealand native shrub, on Rangitoto Island, New Zealand. Rod

Nandina domestica, a new host of Apple stem grooving virus and Alternanthera mosaic virus

J. Tang A C J. D. OlsonB F. M. Ochoa-CoronaB G. R. G. Clover A An ornamental plant, Nandina domestica, has been found to be infected for the first time with Apple stem grooving virus (ASGV) in New