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Lead-Free Halide Double Perovskite Materials: A New Superstar Toward Green and Stable Optoelectronic Applications

Lead-based halide perovskites have emerged as excellent semiconductors for a broad range of optoelectronic applications, such as photovoltaics, lighting, lasing and photon detection. However, toxicity of lead and poor stability still represent significant challenges. Fortunately, halide double perovskite materials with formula of A2M(I)M(III)X6 or A2M(IV)X6 could be potentially...

Author Correction: Repurposing large health insurance claims data to estimate genetic and environmental contributions in 560 phenotypes

, Virginia E. Papaioannou , Cathy L. Mendelsohn , Ali G. Gharavi and Simone Sanna-Cherchi , USA 1 Chirag M. Lakhani , Braden T. Tierney , Arjun K. Manrai, Jian Yang , Peter M. Visscher and Chirag

Targeting cellular metabolism to reduce head and neck cancer growth

Head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) presents a major public health concern because of delayed diagnosis and poor prognosis. Malignant cells often reprogram their metabolism in order to promote their survival and proliferation. Aberrant glutaminase 1 (GLS1) expression enables malignant cells to undergo increased glutaminolysis and utilization of glutamine as an...

Grinding Chatter Detection and Identification Based on BEMD and LSSVM

University, China, in 2007. Her research interests include on line damage detection and fault diagnosis of intelligent structures. Jian-Yang Shen, born in 1992, is currently an engineer at Zhejiang Jiali

Landscape-scale distribution of tree roosts of the northern long-eared bat in Mammoth Cave National Park, USA

ContextThe roosting habits of many temperate zone bats are well documented at microhabitat scales, but fewer studies have included multi-scale assessments of landscape patterns in bat roost site selection.ObjectivesTo identify and assess at the landscape-scale the location of spring and early season maternity roosts of female northern long-eared bats (Myotis septentrionalis) from...

Genetic regulation of methylation in human endometrium and blood and gene targets for reproductive diseases

BackgroundMajor challenges in understanding the functional consequences of genetic risk factors for human disease are which tissues and cell types are affected and the limited availability of suitable tissue. The aim of this study was to evaluate tissue-specific genotype-epigenetic characteristics in DNA samples from both endometrium and blood collected from women at different...

Correction to: Interfacial Microstructural Evolution and Metallurgical Bonding Mechanisms for IN718 Superalloy Joint Produced by Hot Compressive Bonding

Hot Compressive Bonding AuthorsAuthors and affiliations Jian Yang ZhangMing Yue SunBin XuDian Zhong Li Correction First Online: 18 July 2018 38 Downloads The original article can be ... their help in the experimental work. Copyright information © The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society and ASM International 2018 Authors and Affiliations Jian Yang Zhang1Ming Yue Sun2Email authorBin

Numerical Studies of the Rotational Stiffness of Purlin–Sheeting System

In light-gauged steel purlin-to-sheeting roof systems, the attached sheeting can provide rotational restraints to the purlin. The magnitude of the additional rotational stiffness offered by the sheeting will affect the load bearing capacity of the purlin. The current design method in Eurocode3 (EC3) is less accurate in predicting the purlin–sheeting rotational stiffness as it...

Intestinal permeability, digestive stability and oral bioavailability of dietary small RNAs

Murungi & Kendal D. HirschiVegetable and Fruit Improvement Center, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, 77845, USAKendal D. Hirschi AuthorsSearch for Jian Yang in:Nature Research journals • PubMed

Preparation and Study of Multi-Heteroatom Carbon Nanotube as Excellent Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction Using Polydopamine Derivative

to Zhijun Zhang; nc.ude.uneh@nujihzgnahz Received 18 October 2017; Revised 26 March 2018; Accepted 16 April 2018; Published 22 May 2018 Academic Editor: Peter Majewski Copyright © 2018 Jian Yang et

Geriatric nutritional risk index predicts prognosis after hepatectomy in elderly patients with hepatitis B virus-related hepatocellular carcinoma

Geriatric nutritional risk index (GNRI) is a novel and useful screening tool for evaluating nutritional status in elderly in-patients. We aimed to investigate whether the preoperative GNRI could be a predictive factor for outcomes in patients over 65 years of age with a diagnosis of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). We retrospectively enrolled 261 consecutive HCC patients after...

The effects of tiered healthcare service delivery on the cost control and quality improvement in rural China: an interrupted time series analysis

Introduction: Worldwide, many countries have established their own gatekeeper system. Tertiary hospitals in China have experienced explosive growth both in the quantity and quality since 2009. However, the healthcare delivery system in China is fragmented for its weak coordination between different faculties. And it was not well prepared for the tremendous and complex needs...

Engineered Healing of Avascular Meniscus Tears by Stem Cell Recruitment

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Characterization of the rice NLA family reveals a key role for OsNLA1 in phosphate homeostasis

Background Phosphate (Pi), an essential mineral nutrient for plant development and reproduction, is one of the main components of fertilizers in modern agriculture. Previous research demonstrated that AtNLA1 mediates ubiquitination of Pi transporters in the plasma membrane and triggers their endocytosis and degradation in Arabidopsis. In this study, we researched the function of...

Identification of novel drug targets in bovine respiratory disease: an essential step in applying biotechnologic techniques to develop more effective therapeutic treatments

Identification of novel drug targets in bovine respiratory disease: an essential step in applying biotechnologic techniques to develop more effective therapeutic treatments Meena Kishore Sakharkar,1 Karthic Rajamanickam,1 Ramesh Chandra,2 Haseeb A Khan,3 Abdullah S Alhomida,3 Jian Yang1 1College of Pharmacy and Nutrition, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada...

The genetic locus underlying red foliage and fruit skin traits is mapped to the same location in the two pear bud mutants ‘Red Zaosu’ and ‘Max Red Bartlett’

BackgroundRed-skinned pears are attractive to consumers because of their aesthetic appeal and the antioxidant-associated health benefits provided by the anthocyanins in their red skin. In China, the ‘Red Zaosu’ (RZS) red bud mutation of the Zaosu (ZS) pear has been used as a parent in Asian pear breeding to generate new cultivars with crispy red fruit and red tender shoots...

Potential of vegetation indices combined with laser-induced fluorescence parameters for monitoring leaf nitrogen content in paddy rice

Funds for the Central Universities, China University of Geosciences (Wuhan) (grant number CUG170661 to Dr. Jian Yang), the National Natural Science 1 Faculty of Information Engineering, China University