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Resonant Higgs pair production as a probe of stop at the LHC

Searching for top squark (stop) is a crucial task of the LHC. When the flavor conserving two body decays of the stop are kinematically forbidden, the stops produced near the threshold will live long enough to form bound states which subsequently decay through annihilation into the Standard Model (SM) final states. In the region of stop mixing angle \( {\theta}_{\tilde{t}}\to 0 \) ...

Sex-dependent aortic valve pathology in patients with rheumatic heart disease

' clinical data. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Yongfeng Shao, Bin Zhou. Data curation: Feng Xiao, Rui Zheng, Bingruo Wu, Yongfeng Shao. Formal analysis: Feng Xiao, Rui Zheng, Bingruo Wu, Yongfeng ... Shao. Funding acquisition: Feng Xiao, Bin Zhou. Investigation: Feng Xiao, Rui Zheng, Kejiang Cao, Bingruo Wu, Bin Zhou. Methodology: Feng Xiao, Rui Zheng, Bin Zhou. Project administration: Di Yang

Outbreak of plasmid-mediated NDM-1-producing Klebsiella pneumoniae ST105 among neonatal patients in Yunnan, China

Background In the past decade, the carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae (CPE) have been reported worldwide. Emergence of carbapenemase-producing strains among Enterobacteriaceae has been a challenge for treatment of clinical infection. The present study was undertaken to investigate the characteristics of carbapenem-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae recovered from an outbreak ...

The effect of NF-κB antisense oligonucleotide on transdifferentiation of fibroblast in lung tissue of mice injured by bleomycin

To investigate the influence of NF-κB antisense oligonucleotide on transdifferentiation of fibroblast in the pathological process of bleomycin-induced pulmonary fibrosis in mice. 6 h before molding of C57BL/6 model of pulmonary fibrosis in mice, NF-κB antisense oligonucleotide was injected from caudal vein. Then the lung tissue was collected for primary culture as well as model ...

Town Mouse or Country Mouse: Identifying a Town Dislocation Effect in Chinese Urbanization

Understanding urbanization and evaluating its impact are vital for formulating global sustainable development. The results obtained from evaluating the impact of urbanization, however, depend on the kind of measurement used. With the goal of increasing our understanding of the impact of urbanization, we developed direct and indirect subjective indicators to measure how people ...

Gene expression pattern of Treg and TCR Vγ subfamily T cells before and after specific immunotherapy in allergic rhinitis

Background T regulatory cell (Treg) plays a critical role in respiratory allergy and allergen-specific immunotherapy (SIT), and γδ T cells might participate in mediating Treg quantity and/or function in some immunological diseases. To further characterize whether γδ T cells could influence Treg in allergic rhinitis (AR) and SIT, we investigated the expression pattern of Treg’s ...

Proteome Analysis of the Wild and YX-1 Male Sterile Mutant Anthers of Wolfberry (Lycium barbarum L.)

Pollen development is disturbed in the early tetrad stage of the YX-1 male sterile mutant of wolfberry (Lycium barbarum L.). The present study aimed to identify differentially expressed anther proteins and to reveal their possible roles in pollen development and male sterility. To address this question, the proteomes of the wild-type (WT) and YX-1 mutant were compared. ...

Progression of the “Psychological Typhoon Eye” and Variations Since the Wenchuan Earthquake

Background In 2008 after a massive earthquake jolted Wenchuan, China, we reported an effect that we termed a “Psychological Typhoon Eye”: the closer to the center of the devastated area, the lower the level of concern felt by residents about safety and health. We now report on the progression of this effect and the development of new variations after the quake as well as ...

Psychological Typhoon Eye in the 2008 Wenchuan Earthquake

Background On May 12, 2008, an earthquake measuring 8.0 on the Richter scale jolted Wenchuan, China, leading to 69,227 deaths and 374,643 injured, with 17,923 listed as missing as of Sept. 25, 2008, and shook the whole nation. We assessed the devastating effects on people's post-earthquake concern about safety and health. Methodology/Principal Findings From June 4 to July 15, 2008, ...