Advanced search    

Search: authors:"Jingwei Zhang"

8 papers found.
Use AND, OR, NOT, +word, -word, "long phrase", (parentheses) to fine-tune your search.

miR-19b serves as a prognostic biomarker of breast cancer and promotes tumor progression through PI3K/AKT signaling pathway

miR-19b serves as a prognostic biomarker of breast cancer and promotes tumor progression through PI3K/AKT signaling pathway Chuansheng Li,1,* Jingwei Zhang,1,* Zhongliang Ma,2 Fan Zhang,1 Wenlong Yu1 ... OncoTargets and Therapy mir-19b serves as a prognostic biomarker of breast cancer and promotes tumor progression through Pi3K/aKT signaling pathway chuansheng li 1 Jingwei Zhang 1 Zhongliang Ma 0

Exploiting Multi-Category Characteristics and Unified Framework to Extract Web Content

Extracting web content is to obtain the required data embedded in web pages, usually including structured records, such as product information, and text content, such as news. Web pages use a large number of HTML tags to organize and to present various information. Both knowing little about the structures of web pages and mixing kinds of information in web pages are making the...

Reversible and long-term immobilization in a hydrogel-microbead matrix for high-resolution imaging of Caenorhabditis elegans and other small organisms

. Investigation: Gopalan Krishnamani. Methodology: Li Dong. Supervision: Laurent Mouchiroud, Thomas Lehnert, Johan Auwerx, Martin A. M. Gijs. Validation: Li Dong, Matteo Cornaglia, Gopalan Krishnamani, Jingwei ... Zhang. Writing ± original draft: Li Dong, Gopalan Krishnamani, Thomas Lehnert. Writing ± review & editing: Thomas Lehnert, Martin A. M. Gijs. 18 / 20 19 / 20 1. Shaye DD , Greenwald I ( 2011 ) OrthoList

Antithrombotic therapy in elderly patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation: a pilot study

Antithrombotic therapy in elderly patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation: a pilot study Wei Xiang, Jingwei Zhang, Meilin Liu, Fang Liu, Xueru Feng, Yuchuan Wang Department of Geriatrics

Pharmacokinetic Compatibility of Ginsenosides and Schisandra Lignans in Shengmai-san: From the Perspective of P-Glycoprotein

Background Phytochemical-mediated alterations in P-glycoprotein (P-gp) activity may result in herb-drug interactions by altering drug pharmacokinetics. Shengmai-san, a traditional Chinese herbal medicine composed by Panax Ginseng, Ophiopogon Japonicus, and Schisandra Chinensis, is routinely being used for treating various coronary heart diseases. In our previous studies...

A novel TiO2 with a large amount of bulk intrinsic defects—Visible-light-responded photocatalytic activity induced by foreign trap

A novel TiO2 (anatase) containing a large amount of single electron trapped oxygen vacancies (SETOV) was prepared by dehydration of titanic acid nanotubes. This novel TiO2 contains high concentration intrinsic defects in bulk structure, while its surface still remains the stoichiometric structure to protect them. And this novel TiO2 itself has the visible light absorption without...

Clinical Utility of the UPOINT Phenotype System in Chinese Males with Chronic Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CP/CPPS): A Prospective Study

Background Recent data showed that a six-domain UPOINT is a flexible and responsive new classification system that has the clinical applicability in CP/CPPS. However, the utility of UPOINT algorithm in men in China with CP/CPPS has not been comprehensively studied. For international validation and adoption, we evaluated this clinical phenotype system for a large cohort of Chinese...

Stereoselective Regulations of P-Glycoprotein by Ginsenoside Rh2 Epimers and the Potential Mechanisms From the View of Pharmacokinetics

Chirality is an interesting topic and it is meaningful to explore the interactions between chiral small molecules and stereoselective biomacromolecules, with pre-clinical and clinical significances. We have previously demonstrated that 20(S)-ginsenoside Rh2 is an effective P-glycoprotein (P-gp) inhibitor in vitro and in vivo. Considering the stereochemistry of ginsenoside Rh2, in...