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In Search of an Alternative Feminist Cinema: Gender, Crisis, and the Cultural Discourse of Nation Building in Chinese Independent Films

strategically equate the gender crisis Competing Interests Author Information Jinhua Li is Assistant Professor of Chinese Studies and Language at the University of North Carolina Asheville. Jinhua Li received

Towards sensitive terahertz detection via thermoelectric manipulation using graphene transistors

Scholar Search for Weiwei Tang in:Nature Research journals • PubMed • Google Scholar Search for Dacheng Wei in:Nature Research journals • PubMed • Google Scholar Search for Jinhua Li in:Nature Research

BiVO4 Photoanode with Exposed (040) Facets for Enhanced Photoelectrochemical Performance

A BiVO4 photoanode with exposed (040) facets was prepared to enhance its photoelectrochemical performance. The exposure of the (040) crystal planes of the BiVO4 film was induced by adding NaCl to the precursor solution. The as-prepared BiVO4 photoanode exhibits higher solar-light absorption and charge-separation efficiency compared to those of an anode prepared without adding...

Effect of Zishen Jiangtang Pill, a Chinese Herbal Product, on Rats with Diabetic Osteoporosis

Jinhua Li Shenzhen Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, Shenzhen 518033, China Correspondence should be addressed to Huilin Li; moc.361@lhlmctzs Received 31

Effect of Zishen Jiangtang Pill, a Chinese Herbal Product, on Rats with Diabetic Osteoporosis

Jinhua Li Shenzhen Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, Shenzhen 518033, China Correspondence should be addressed to Huilin Li; moc.361@lhlmctzs Received 31

Effect of Zishen Jiangtang Pill, a Chinese Herbal Product, on Rats with Diabetic Osteoporosis

Jinhua Li Shenzhen Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, Shenzhen 518033, China Correspondence should be addressed to Huilin Li; moc.361@lhlmctzs Received 31

Effect of Zishen Jiangtang Pill, a Chinese Herbal Product, on Rats with Diabetic Osteoporosis

Jinhua Li Shenzhen Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, Shenzhen 518033, China Correspondence should be addressed to Huilin Li; moc.361@lhlmctzs Received 31

Changes in the number of CD31−CD45−Sca-1+ cells and Shh signaling pathway involvement in the lungs of mice with emphysema and relevant effects of acute adenovirus infection

Changes in the number of CD31−CD45−Sca-1+ cells and Shh signaling pathway involvement in the lungs of mice with emphysema and relevant effects of acute adenovirus infection Minhua Deng,1,2 Jinhua Li ... (ww.tcpdf.org) O r I g I n a l r e s e a r C h Jinhua li 2 Ye gan 3 Background: COPD is a leading cause of mortality worldwide, and cigarette smoke is a pivotal risk factor. Adenovirus is a common cause of acute

Robust K-Median and K-Means Clustering Algorithms for Incomplete Data

Incomplete data with missing feature values are prevalent in clustering problems. Traditional clustering methods first estimate the missing values by imputation and then apply the classical clustering algorithms for complete data, such as K-median and K-means. However, in practice, it is often hard to obtain accurate estimation of the missing values, which deteriorates the...

Robust K-Median and K-Means Clustering Algorithms for Incomplete Data

2016 Academic Editor: Hung-Yuan Chung Copyright © 2016 Jinhua Li et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use

The protective effect of PRMT6 overexpression on cigarette smoke extract-induced murine emphysema model

The protective effect of PRMT6 overexpression on cigarette smoke extract-induced murine emphysema model Xue He,1–3 Tiao Li,1–3 Naixin Kang,1–3 Huihui Zeng,1–3 Siying Ren,1–3 Dandan Zong,1–3 Jinhua Li

Craniofacial similarity analysis through sparse principal component analysis

The computer-aided craniofacial reconstruction (CFR) technique has been widely used in the fields of criminal investigation, archaeology, anthropology and cosmetic surgery. The evaluation of craniofacial reconstruction results is important for improving the effect of craniofacial reconstruction. Here, we used the sparse principal component analysis (SPCA) method to evaluate the...

A functionalized surface modification with vanadium nanoparticles of various valences against implant-associated bloodstream infection

Xiaochun Peng,1 Xin Mao,1 Jinhua Li,2–4 Xianlong Zhang1 1Department of Orthopaedics, Shanghai Jiao Tong University Affiliated Sixth People’s Hospital, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 2State Key Laboratory of ... Kong 1 s tate Key l aboratory of High Performance Ceramics and Superfine Microstructure, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences , Shanghai 2 Jinhua Li Department of Orthopaedics and

The Promotion Effect of Low-Molecular Hydroxyl Compounds on the Nano-Photoelectrocatalytic Degradation of Fulvic Acid and Mechanism

A significant promotion effect of low-molecular hydroxyl compounds (LMHCs) was found in the nano-photoelectrocatalytic (NPEC) degradation of fulvic acid (FA), which is a typical kind of humic acid existing widely in natural water bodies, and its influence mechanism was proposed. A TiO2 nanotube arrays (TNAs) material is served as the photoanode. Methanol, ethanediol, and glycerol...

BiVO4/TiO2(N2) Nanotubes Heterojunction Photoanode for Highly Efficient Photoelectrocatalytic Applications

We report the development of a novel visible response BiVO4/TiO2(N2) nanotubes photoanode for photoelectrocatalytic applications. The nitrogen-treated TiO2 nanotube shows a high carrier concentration rate, thus resulting in a high efficient charge transportation and low electron–hole recombination in the TiO2–BiVO4. Therefore, the BiVO4/TiO2(N2) NTs photoanode enabled with a...

QTL mapping using an ultra-high-density SNP map reveals a major locus for grain yield in an elite rice restorer R998

, ChinaManshan Zhu, Dilin Liu, Wuge Liu, Dan Li, Yilong Liao, Jinhua Li, Chongyun Fu, Fuhong Fu, Huijun Huang, Xueqin Zeng, Xiaozhi Ma & Feng WangGuangdong Key Laboratory of New Technology in Rice Breeding ... , Guangzhou, 510640, ChinaManshan Zhu, Dilin Liu, Wuge Liu, Dan Li, Yilong Liao, Jinhua Li, Chongyun Fu, Fuhong Fu, Huijun Huang, Xueqin Zeng, Xiaozhi Ma & Feng Wang AuthorsSearch for Manshan Zhu in:Nature

The Promotion Effect and Mechanism of Methanoic Acid on the Photoelectrocatalytic Degradation of Fulvic Acid

A significant promotion effect of methanoic acid (MA) was proposed in the photoelectrocatalytic (PEC) degradation of fulvic acid (FA) and the degradation mechanism was also discussed. The PEC degradation property of FA and MA was investigated by an assembled thin-layer PEC reactor in which photoanode is TiO2 nanotube arrays (TNAs) material. The result shows that only about 40% of...

The Promotion Effect and Mechanism of Methanoic Acid on the Photoelectrocatalytic Degradation of Fulvic Acid

A significant promotion effect of methanoic acid (MA) was proposed in the photoelectrocatalytic (PEC) degradation of fulvic acid (FA) and the degradation mechanism was also discussed. The PEC degradation property of FA and MA was investigated by an assembled thin-layer PEC reactor in which photoanode is TiO2 nanotube arrays (TNAs) material. The result shows that only about 40% of...

Genotoxicity and acute and subchronic toxicity studies of a bioactive polyoxometalate in Wistar rats

Cs2K4Na [SiW9Nb3O40] (POM93) is a novel broad-spectrum antiviral agent with high activity, high stability, and low toxicity in vitro. Most toxicity studies for POM93 have been performed in cultured cell lines rather than in animals. Like other POMs, there is a lack of evidence for in vivo toxicity limits, oral bioavailability, and therapeutic applications. The toxic properties of...

Unexpected Diversity of Magnetococci in Intertidal Sediments of Xiaoshi Island in the North Yellow Sea

Magnetotactic bacteria (MTB) are a group of prokaryotes that, despite their high morphological, phylogenetic, and ecological diversity, share a common capability of forming intracellular nanocrystals of magnetite (Fe3O4) or greigite (Fe3S4), called magnetosomes, and swimming along geomagnetic field lines in a process called magnetotaxis. In this study, we investigated the MTB...