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Hollow Nanocages of NixCo1−xSe for Efficient Zinc–Air Batteries and Overall Water Splitting

Developing Earth-abundant, highly efficient, and anti-corrosion electrocatalysts to boost the oxygen evolution reaction (OER), oxygen reduction reaction (ORR), and hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) for the Zn–air battery (ZAB) and for overall water splitting is imperative. In this study, a novel process starting with Cu2O cubes was developed to fabricate hollow NixCo1−xSe...

Accelerating the discovery of insensitive high-energy-density materials by a materials genome approach

Liu Qinghua Zhang Yong Tian Finding new high-energy-density materials with desired properties has been intenselypursued in recent decades. However, the contradictory relationship between high energy

Human nail stem cells are retained but hypofunctional during aging

The nail is a continuous skin appendage. Cells located around the nails, which display coordinated homeostatic dynamics and release a flow of stem cells in response to regeneration, have been identified in mice. However, very few studies regarding human nail stem cells exist in the literature. Using specimens isolated from humans, we detected an unreported population of cells...

NMI and IFP35 serve as proinflammatory DAMPs during cellular infection and injury

Guo 5 Henan Li 6 Yong Tian Yingfang Liu 0 5 7 Huanhuan Liang 0 National Laboratory of Biomacromolecules, Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences , Beijing 100101 , China 1 College of Life

Efficient antitumor effect of co-drug-loaded nanoparticles with gelatin hydrogel by local implantation

Tetrandrine (Tet) could enhance the antitumor effect of Paclitaxel (Ptx) by increasing intracellular Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) levels, which leads to the possibility of co-delivery of both drugs for synergistic antitumor effect. In the current study, we reported an efficient, local therapeutic strategy employing effective Tet and Ptx delivery with a nanoparticle-loaded...

Macroscopic tensile plasticity by scalarizating stress distribution in bulk metallic glass

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Mitochondrial-dependent mechanisms are involved in angiotensin II-induced apoptosis in dopaminergic neurons

Introduction: We recently demonstrated that angiotensin II (Ang II) was involved in the etiology of Parkinson’s disease (PD) via induction of apoptosis of dopaminergic neurons, but the mechanisms are not completely elucidated. Here, we asked whether mitochondrial-dependent mechanisms contributed to the Ang II-induced dopaminergic neuronal apoptosis.

Long-Term Moderate Oxidative Stress Decreased Ovarian Reproductive Function by Reducing Follicle Quality and Progesterone Production

Zhang wrote the first draft of the manuscript. Zhiwen Lai, Yong Tian, Li Fang, Meng Wu, Jiaqiang Xiong and Xian Qin were responsible for data acquisition. Liangyan Shi and Jinjin Zhang completed the data

Analysis of miRNAs and their target genes associated with lipid metabolism in duck liver

310021, P.R. ChinaJun He, Lizhi Lu, Yong Tian, Jindong Ren, Liyan Dong & Li ChenDepartment of Human Nutrition, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, 66506, USAWeiqun WangCollege of Animal Science ... journals • PubMed • Google ScholarSearch for Weiqun Wang in:Nature Research journals • PubMed • Google ScholarSearch for Lizhi Lu in:Nature Research journals • PubMed • Google ScholarSearch for Yong Tian

Photothermal therapy of cancer cells using novel hollow gold nanoflowers

Photothermal therapy of cancer cells using novel hollow gold nanoflowers Jing Han,1 Jinru Li,1 Wenfeng Jia,1 Liangming Yao,2 Xiaoqin Li,1 Long Jiang,1 Yong Tian21Beijing National Laboratory for Molecular Sciences, Institute of Chemistry, 2Beijing Key Laboratory of Noncoding RNA, Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, People's Republic of ChinaAbstract...

Effects of electric-acoustic and acoustic-electric conversions of transducers on acoustic logging signal

Based on an acoustic logging transmission network and the engineering pattern of a sliding wave in acoustic logging, analysis and calculations have been performed in a study of the effects of the electric-acoustic and acoustic-electric conversions of the transducers on the acoustic logging signal. The results show that acoustic-electric conversion through the transducer can cause...

The goose genome sequence leads to insights into the evolution of waterfowl and susceptibility to fatty liver

Background Geese were domesticated over 6,000 years ago, making them one of the first domesticated poultry. Geese are capable of rapid growth, disease resistance, and high liver lipid storage capacity, and can be easily fed coarse fodder. Here, we sequence and analyze the whole-genome sequence of an economically important goose breed in China and compare it with that of...

Semiconductor Photocatalyst: Possibilities and Challenges

Ag3PO4 as a photocatalyst has attracted enormous attention in recent years due to its great potential in harvesting solar energy for environmental purification and fuel production. The photocatalytic performance of Ag3PO4 strongly depends on its morphology, exposed facets, and particle size. The effects of morphology and orientation of Ag3PO4 on the catalytic performance and the...

Effects of culture and transplantation on follicle activation and early follicular growth in neonatal mouse ovaries

Mouse models have been widely utilized to elucidate the basic principles and regulatory mechanisms of primordial follicle activation. Outside their natural environment, the growth of follicles might be affected by unknown factors in vitro and the elimination of regulation in vivo. Currently, in vitro culture and transplantation of ovaries under the kidney capsule are two commonly...

Genetic Diagnosis of Two Dopa-Responsive Dystonia Families by Exome Sequencing

Dopa-responsive dystonia, a rare disorder typically presenting in early childhood with lower limb dystonia and gait abnormality, responds well to levodopa. However, it is often misdiagnosed with the wide spectrum of phenotypes. By exome sequencing, we make a rapid genetic diagnosis for two atypical dopa-responsive dystonia pedigrees. One pedigree, presented with prominent...

Fabrication of CuO nanoparticle interlinked microsphere cages by solution method

Here we report a very simple method to convert conventional CuO powders to nanoparticle interlinked microsphere cages by solution method. CuO is dissolved into aqueous ammonia, and the solution is diluted by alcohol and dip coating onto a glass substrate. Drying at 80 °C, the nanostructures with bunchy nanoparticles of Cu(OH)2can be formed. After the substrate immerges into the...

GenCLiP: a software program for clustering gene lists by literature profiling and constructing gene co-occurrence networks related to custom keywords

Background Biomedical researchers often want to explore pathogenesis and pathways regulated by abnormally expressed genes, such as those identified by microarray analyses. Literature mining is an important way to assist in this task. Many literature mining tools are now available. However, few of them allows the user to make manual adjustments to zero in on what he/she wants to...

Experimental infection of Bama miniature pigs with a highly virulent classical swine fever virus

Background Currently, larger domestic pigs are only animals widely used in vaccine evaluation and pathogenicity study of classical swine fever virus (CSFV). This study was aimed to create an alternative animal experimental infection model of CSFV. Results Twenty specific-pathogen-free Bama miniature pigs were randomly divided into two groups and rooms, infected and non-infected...