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Influence of Flexible Foundation on Isolator Wave Effects

This article deals with the interaction between wave effects in mounts and resonances of foundations inflexible vibration isolation systems. A new model is proposed that is represented as a rigid mass supported by two linear unidirectional isolators on a flexible foundation beam, whose closed-form solutions for transmissibility and response ratio are then obtained, with which the...

High correlation of specific IgE sensitization between birch pollen, soy and apple allergens indicates pollen-food allergy syndrome among birch pollen allergic patients in northern China

from ALK (Guangzhou, China) for their skilled experimental performance. Compliance with ethics guidelines Guo-dong HAO, Yi-wu ZHENG, Zhi-xiang WANG, Xing-ai KONG, Zhi-jing SONG, Xu-xin LAI, and Michael

Epidemiology of Zoonotic Hepatitis E: A Community-Based Surveillance Study in a Rural Population in China

Background Hepatitis E is caused by two viral genotype groups: human types and zoonotic types. Current understanding of the epidemiology of the zoonotic hepatitis E disease is founded largely on hospital-based studies. Methods The epidemiology of hepatitis E was investigated in a community-based surveillance study conducted over one year in a rural city in eastern China with a...

Herbal compound "Songyou Yin" reinforced the ability of interferon-alfa to inhibit the enhanced metastatic potential induced by palliative resection of hepatocellular carcinoma in nude mice

Background Liver resection is a widely accepted treatment for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Our previous clinical study showed that the rate of palliative resection was 34.0% (1958-2008, 2754 of 8107). However, the influence of palliative resection on tumor metastasis remains controversial. The present study was conducted to evaluate the effect of palliative resection on...

Profile of Acute Infectious Markers in Sporadic Hepatitis E

Laboratory diagnosis of acute infection of hepatitis E virus (HEV) is commonly based on the detection of HEV RNA, IgM and/or rising IgG levels. However, the profile of these markers when the patients present have not been well determined. To clarify the extent of misdiagnosed sporadic hepatitis E in the initial laboratory detection, serial sera of 271 sporadic acute hepatitis...