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Research on establishing numerical model of geo material based on CT image analysis

CT images. Notes Acknowledgements Not applicable. About the authors Gang Luo (corresponding author, e-mail:) received the Ph.D. degree in tunnel and underground engineering from Southwest Jiaotong

Optimization of Optomotor Response-based Visual Function Assessment in Mice

. Xinmin Simon Xie, conceptualization, writing. Dong Feng Chen: conceptualization, writing. Gang Luo: conceptualization, supervision, data analysis, writing. Cong Shi and Xuedong Yuan are co-first authors ... . Dong Feng Chen and Gang Luo are co-senior authors. Additional Information Supplementary information accompanies this paper at https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-27329-w. Competing Interests: The

Structured fragment-based object tracking using discrimination, uniqueness, and validity selection

Local features have widely been used in visual tracking to improve robustness in the presence of partial occlusion, deformation, and rotation. In this paper, a local fragment-based object tracking algorithm is proposed. Unlike many existing fragment-based algorithms using all the fragments and allocating the weight to each fragment according to similarity, the proposed algorithm...

An investigation of perceived vehicle speed from a driver's perspective

funded by National Institute of Aging AG041974. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Changxu Wu, Gang Luo. Data curation: Dekuang Yu, Amy Doherty. Formal analysis: Gang Luo. Project administration ... : Gang Luo. Software: Dekuang Yu. Supervision: Changxu Wu, Gang Luo. Writing ± original draft: Changxu Wu, Amy Doherty, Gang Luo. Writing ± review & editing: Changxu Wu, Tianyi Zhang, Leo Kust, Gang

Phalangeal joints kinematics in ostrich (Struthio camelus) locomotion on sand

, reviewed drafts of the paper. Qiaoli Ji conceived and designed the experiments, analyzed the data, wrote the paper, prepared figures and tables. Dianlei Han, Haijin Wan, Xiujuan Li, Gang Luo, Shuliang Xue ... . Funding acquisition: Rui Zhang. Investigation: Haijin Wan. 26 / 28 Methodology: Dianlei Han, Haijin Wan, Gang Luo, Shuliang Xue, Songsong Ma, Mingming Yang. Project administration: Rui Zhang. Resources

Broadband spin Hall effect of light in single nanoapertures

With properties not previously available, optical metamaterials and metasurfaces have shown their great potential in the precise control of light waves at the nanoscale. However, the use of current metamaterials and metasurfaces is limited by the collective response of the meta-atoms/molecules, which means that a single element cannot provide the functionalities required by most...

Strong indirect coupling between graphene-based mechanical resonators via a phonon cavity

Mechanical resonators are promising systems for storing and manipulating information. To transfer information between mechanical modes, either direct coupling or an interface between these modes is needed. In previous works, strong coupling between different modes in a single mechanical resonator and direct interaction between neighboring mechanical resonators have been...

Critical effects of long non-coding RNA on fibrosis diseases

The expression or dysfunction of long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) is closely related to various hereditary diseases, autoimmune diseases, metabolic diseases and tumors. LncRNAs were also recently recognized as functional regulators of fibrosis, which is a secondary process in many of these diseases and a primary pathology in fibrosis diseases. We review the latest findings on...

Comparative analysis of taxonomic, functional, and metabolic patterns of microbiomes from 14 full-scale biogas reactors by metagenomic sequencing and radioisotopic analysis

Background Biogas production is a very complex process due to the high complexity in diversity and interactions of the microorganisms mediating it, and only limited and diffuse knowledge exists about the variation of taxonomic and functional patterns of microbiomes across different biogas reactors, and their relationships with the metabolic patterns. The present study used...

Microbial nitrate removal by waste iron shavings from the biological and catalytic ozonation treated dyeing and finishing wastewater

The concentration of total nitrogen (TN) (between 40 and 60 mg/L, mainly nitrate) in the biological and catalytic ozonation treated dyeing and finishing wastewater needs to be reduced before discharge. The present study investigated the feasibility of using waste iron shavings as electron donor for nitrogen removal by biological denitrification. Two anoxic sequencing batch...

Dynamic Behaviours of a Single Soft Rock-Socketed Shaft Subjected to Axial Cyclic Loading

The soft rock was simulated by cement, plaster, sand, water, and concrete hardening accelerator in this paper. Meanwhile, uniaxial compressive strength tests and triaxial compression tests were conducted to study the mechanical properties of simulated soft rock samples. Model tests on a single pile socketed in simulated soft rock under axial cyclic loading were conducted by using...

Dynamic Behaviours of a Single Soft Rock-Socketed Shaft Subjected to Axial Cyclic Loading

The soft rock was simulated by cement, plaster, sand, water, and concrete hardening accelerator in this paper. Meanwhile, uniaxial compressive strength tests and triaxial compression tests were conducted to study the mechanical properties of simulated soft rock samples. Model tests on a single pile socketed in simulated soft rock under axial cyclic loading were conducted by using...

Kondo peak splitting and Kondo dip induced by a local moment

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Changes in the hemolytic activity of Candida species by common electrolytes

Background Hemolysins are crucial virulence factors which help pathogens to survive and persist in the host. This study investigated whether common electrolytes will affect the hemolysins of Candida species. The hemolysins from 25 Candida isolates were investigated using a plate specially designed for Candida species in the presence of three electrolytes, CaCl 2 , NaCl and KCl...

Predicting asthma control deterioration in children

Background Pediatric asthma affects 7.1 million American children incurring an annual total direct healthcare cost around 9.3 billion dollars. Asthma control in children is suboptimal, leading to frequent asthma exacerbations, excess costs, and decreased quality of life. Successful prediction of risk for asthma control deterioration at the individual patient level would enhance...

Discovery of Potential Orthosteric and Allosteric Antagonists of P2Y1R from Chinese Herbs by Molecular Simulation Methods

P2Y1 receptor (P2Y1R), which belongs to G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs), is an important target in ADP-induced platelet aggregation. The crystal structure of P2Y1R has been solved recently, which revealed orthosteric and allosteric ligand-binding sites with the details of ligand-protein binding modes. And it suggests that P2Y1R antagonists, which recognize two distinct sites...

Discovery of Potential Orthosteric and Allosteric Antagonists of P2Y1R from Chinese Herbs by Molecular Simulation Methods

P2Y1 receptor (P2Y1R), which belongs to G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs), is an important target in ADP-induced platelet aggregation. The crystal structure of P2Y1R has been solved recently, which revealed orthosteric and allosteric ligand-binding sites with the details of ligand-protein binding modes. And it suggests that P2Y1R antagonists, which recognize two distinct sites...

Topological incommensurate magnetization plateaus in quasi-periodic quantum spin chains

Chen AuthorsSearch for Hai-Ping Hu in:Nature Research journals • PubMed • Google ScholarSearch for Chen Cheng in:Nature Research journals • PubMed • Google ScholarSearch for Hong-Gang Luo in:Nature

MicroRNA-145-5p inhibits gastric cancer invasiveness through targeting N-cadherin and ZEB2 to suppress epithelial–mesenchymal transition

Hu,2 Jun-Gang Luo,1,2 Jun Zhang,2,3 Hou-Quan Tao1–3 1Department of Surgery, Zhejiang Provincial People’s Hospital, Hangzhou, 2Wenzhou Medical University, Wenzhou, 3Key Laboratory of Gastroenterology of ... (ZEB2); epithelial-mesenchymal - open access to scientific and medical research O r i g i n a l r e s e a r c h shi-Bin Jiang 1,2,* Wei-Jian hu 2 Jun-gang luo 1,2 hou-Quan Tao 1–3 *These authors

Long aftershock sequences in North China and Central US: implications for hazard assessment in mid-continents

grant (2010DFB20190) and the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grants Nos. 41104058 and 41104057). Gang Luo acknowledges support from the Opening Fund of State Key Laboratory of Geohazard