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Quantification of in vivo transverse relaxation of glutamate in the frontal cortex of human brain by radio frequency pulse-driven longitudinal steady state

, Jun Shen. Data curation: Ningzhi Li, Maria Ferraris Araneta, Christopher Johnson. 11 / 13 Formal analysis: Ningzhi Li. Funding acquisition: Jun Shen. Investigation: Jun Shen. Methodology: Ningzhi Li ... , Linqing Li, Yan Zhang, Jun Shen. Project administration: Ningzhi Li. Resources: Maria Ferraris Araneta, Christopher Johnson. Software: Ningzhi Li, Yan Zhang. Supervision: Jun Shen. Validation: Ningzhi

Hsa_circRNA_0054633 is highly expressed in gestational diabetes mellitus and closely related to glycosylation index

BackgroundCircular RNA (circRNA) is involved in the pathological processes of various diseases. CircRNA is more stable than linear RNAs and is expressed in high levels in tissues, making it a better biomarker candidate than linear RNAs. In this study, we aimed to identify potential circRNA biomarkers of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM).MethodsA retrospective case–control study...

Different types of quantum integral inequalities via ( α , m ) $(\alpha ,m)$ -convexity

In this paper, based on ( α , m ) $(\alpha,m)$ -convexity, we establish different type inequalities via quantum integrals. These inequalities generalize some results given in the literature.

Predictive value of pretreatment MRI texture analysis in patients with primary nasopharyngeal carcinoma

Prof. Jun Shen. Conflict of interest The authors of this manuscript declare no relationships with any companies whose products or services may be related to the subject matter of the article

Directional transport of centimeter-scale object on anisotropic microcilia surface under water

Natural organisms such as cactus spines or trachea cilia have unique directional transport ability, owing to their anisotropic surface structures or asymmetric motion. However, most artificial interfacial materials are incapable of transporting macroscale object underwater. Herein, we report that anisotropic microcilia arrays, composed of cobalt fine powder and PDMS, can...

Effects of core needle biopsy and subsequent neoadjuvant chemotherapy on molecular alterations and outcome in breast cancer

Effects of core needle biopsy and subsequent neoadjuvant chemotherapy on molecular alterations and outcome in breast cancer Lingmin Xie,1 Xiaolei Li,2 Qinchuan Wang,1 Jichun Zhou,1 Jun Shen,1 Lixi

Cooling-rate induced softening in a colloidal glass

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Anthropometry-based 24-h urinary creatinine excretion reference for Chinese children

, Wanqi Zhang. Formal analysis: Wei Wang, Cong Du, Wen Chen, Wanqi Zhang. Investigation: Wei Wang, Cong Du, Wen Chen, Long Tan, Jun Shen, Yixin Zhang, Min Gao. Methodology: Laixiang Lin, Wanqi Zhang ... . Writing ? original draft: Wei Wang, Cong Du, Wanqi Zhang. Writing ? review & editing: Wei Wang, Cong Du, Laixiang Lin, Wen Chen, Long Tan, Jun Shen, Elizabeth N. Pearce, Yixin Zhang, Min Gao, Jianchao

-Induced State-Feedback Controller Design for Positive Fuzzy Systems

The problem of -induced state-feedback controller design is investigated for positive Takagi-Sugeno (T-S) fuzzy systems with the use of linear Lyapunov function. First, a novel performance characterization is established to guarantee the asymptotic stability of the closed-loop system with -induced performance. Then, the sufficient conditions are presented to design the required...

-Induced State-Feedback Controller Design for Positive Fuzzy Systems

The problem of -induced state-feedback controller design is investigated for positive Takagi-Sugeno (T-S) fuzzy systems with the use of linear Lyapunov function. First, a novel performance characterization is established to guarantee the asymptotic stability of the closed-loop system with -induced performance. Then, the sufficient conditions are presented to design the required...

The long-term fate of mesenchymal stem cells labeled with magnetic resonance imaging-visible polymersomes in cerebral ischemia

The long-term fate of mesenchymal stem cells labeled with magnetic resonance imaging-visible polymersomes in cerebral ischemia Xiaohui Duan,1,* Liejing Lu,1,* Yong Wang,2 Fang Zhang,1 Jiaji Mao,1 Minghui Cao,1 Bingling Lin,1 Xiang Zhang,1 Xintao Shuai,2,3 Jun Shen1 1Department of Radiology, Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hospital, 2PCFM Lab of Ministry of Education, School of Materials...

Thalidomide Inhibits TGF-β1-induced Epithelial to Mesenchymal Transition in Alveolar Epithelial Cells via Smad-Dependent and Smad-Independent Signaling Pathways

Scientific REPORTS | Thalidomide Inhibits TGF-?1- Xian-Long Zhou Peng Xu Hai-Hua Chen Yan Zhao Jun Shen Cheng Jiang Shan Jiang Shao-Zhou Ni Bing Xu Lei Li OPEN Recent evidence indicates that the

Adenovirus Vectors Target Several Cell Subtypes of Mammalian Inner Ear In Vivo

Mammalian inner ear harbors diverse cell types that are essential for hearing and balance. Adenovirus is one of the major vectors to deliver genes into the inner ear for functional studies and hair cell regeneration. To identify adenovirus vectors that target specific cell subtypes in the inner ear, we studied three adenovirus vectors, carrying a reporter gene encoding green...

Adenovirus Vectors Target Several Cell Subtypes of Mammalian Inner Ear In Vivo

Mammalian inner ear harbors diverse cell types that are essential for hearing and balance. Adenovirus is one of the major vectors to deliver genes into the inner ear for functional studies and hair cell regeneration. To identify adenovirus vectors that target specific cell subtypes in the inner ear, we studied three adenovirus vectors, carrying a reporter gene encoding green...

The Antidepressant Effect of Angelica sinensis Extracts on Chronic Unpredictable Mild Stress-Induced Depression Is Mediated via the Upregulation of the BDNF Signaling Pathway in Rats

2016; Accepted 28 July 2016 Academic Editor: Junqing Yang Copyright © 2016 Jun Shen et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits

The Antidepressant Effect of Angelica sinensis Extracts on Chronic Unpredictable Mild Stress-Induced Depression Is Mediated via the Upregulation of the BDNF Signaling Pathway in Rats

2016; Accepted 28 July 2016 Academic Editor: Junqing Yang Copyright © 2016 Jun Shen et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits

Low-dose penicillin exposure in early life decreases Th17 and the susceptibility to DSS colitis in mice through gut microbiota modification

modification Shuang Jin Di Zhao Chenwen Cai Dongjuan Song Jun Shen Antao Xu Yuqi Qiao Zhihua Ran Qing Zheng OPEN Antibiotic exposure in early life can lead to a significant change of the gut microbiota and

Gap Junctions Contribute to the Regulation of Walking-Like Activity in the Adult Mudpuppy (Necturus Maculatus)

junctions plays a critical role in the control of locomotion in adult animals. Conflict of Interest/Disclosures None of the authors, Igor Lavrov, Lyle E. Fox, Jun Shen, Yingchun Han, or Jianguo Cheng, or

Active faults and seismogenic models for the Urumqi city, Xinjiang Autonomous Region, China

We have studied the characteristics of the active faults and seismicity in the vicinity of Urumqi city, the capital of Xinjiang Autonomous Region, China, and have proposed a seismogenic model for the assessment of earthquake hazard in this area. Our work is based on an integrated analysis of data from investigations of active faults at the surface, deep seismic reflection...