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Ultrathin Metal-Organic Framework Nanosheets with Ultrahigh Loading of Single Pt Atoms for Efficient Visible-Light-Driven Photocatalytic H₂ Evolution.

It is desirable yet challenging to synthesize stable single-atom catalysts (SACs) with a high loading of metal atoms. The conventional methods involve anchoring of single atoms onto suitable scaffolds through a post-modification process, but the loading of single metal atoms is generally less than 2 weight % (wt %). Here, we report a surfactant-stabilized coordination strategy towards two-dimensional (2D) SACs with an ultrahigh Pt loading of 12.0 wt %, by assembly of pre-formed single Pt atom coordinated po...


Imaging of cancer lipid metabolism in response to therapy.

Lipids represent a diverse array of molecules essential to the cell's structure, defense, energy, and communication. Lipid metabolism can often become dysregulated during tumor development. During cancer therapy, targeted inhibition of cell proliferation can likewise cause widespread and drastic changes in lipid composition. Molecular imaging techniques have been developed to monitor altered lipid profiles as a biomarker for cancer diagnosis and treatment response. For decades, MRS has been the dominant non...

Bismuth-Based Photocatalysts for Solar Photocatalytic Carbon Dioxide Conversion.

Photocatalytic carbon dioxide (CO2) conversion into solar fuels is an effective means for simultaneously solving both the greenhouse effect and the energy crisis. In the past ten years, bismuth (Bi)-based photocatalysts for environmental remediation have experienced a golden development period. However, solar photocatalytic CO2 conversion has only been developed over the past five years, and, until now, no reviews have been published about Bi-based photocatalysts for photocatalytic conversion of CO2. To the...


Preparation of Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Using Human Peripheral Blood Monocytes.

Since induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells have been established, in recent years, clinical transplantation of cells differentiated from iPS cells derived from human skin fibroblasts is been in progress. On the contrary, monocytes have complete genome information without damage and gene recombination, they are contained in the peripheral blood by ∼3%-8% and differentiate into dendritic cells that are the type of control tower for immune cells. However, generation of monocyte-derived iPS cells has only bee...

Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis caused by Gram-negative bacteria: an update of epidemiology and antimicrobial treatments.

Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (SBP) is a main infectious complication in end-stage liver disease (ESLD) patients. The increasing trend of bacterial resistance in ESLD patients with SBP has been associated with low treatment efficacy of traditional therapy. Cephalosporin use has been restricted to community-acquired infections and in areas/health care settings with low rates of multidrug-resistant (MDR) bacteria. To date, several changes are necessary with regard to empiric therapy recommendations in are...

Connecting the sequence dots: shedding light on the genesis of antibodies reported to be designed in silico.

Two recent publications out of the same research laboratory report on structure-based in silico design of antibodies against viral targets without sequence disclosure. Cross-referencing the published data to patent databases, we established the sequence identity of said computationally designed antibodies. In both cases, the antibodies align with high sequence identity to previously reported antibodies of the same specificity. This clear underlying sequence relationship, which is far closer than the antibod...

Two new species of Tuber previously reported as Tuber malacodermum.

Recent collections of Tuber malacodermum from Spain, Corsica, and Mexico were compared in an integrative morphological and molecular phylogenetic framework, including study of type material. Phylogenetic analyses of nuc rDNA internal transcribed spacer (ITS1-5.8S-ITS2 = ITS) and nuc 28S rDNA (28S) regions showed that specimens from Spain and Corsica form a monophyletic group closely related to T. melosporum and T. rufum, whereas Mexican specimens form a clade within the T. lyonii species complex. Peridium a...

Updated medical care cost estimates for HPV-associated cancers: implications for cost-effectiveness analyses of HPV vaccination in the United States.

Estimates of medical care costs for cervical and other cancers associated with human papillomavirus (HPV) are higher in studies published in recent years than in studies published before 2012. The purpose of this report is (1) to review and summarize the recent cancer cost estimates and (2) to illustrate how the estimated cost-effectiveness of HPV vaccination might change when these recent cost estimates are applied. Our literature search yielded 6 studies that provided updated medical care cost estimates f...

Virulence, Molecular Diversity, and Mating Type of in China.

Curvularia leaf spot (CuLS), caused by , is a devasting foliar disease in the maize-growing regions of China. Resistant varieties were widely planted in these regions in response to CuLS. However, over time, has gradually adapted to the selective pressure and, in recent years, the incidence of CuLS has increased. To assess the correlation between virulence and genetic diversity, a total of 111 isolates was collected from 15 maize-growing regions located in nine provinces in China. These isolates were evalu...

Bioimage-based Prediction of Protein Subcellular Location in Human Tissue with Ensemble Features and Deep Networks.

Prediction of protein subcellular location has currently become a hot topic because it has been proven to be useful for understanding both the disease mechanisms and novel drug design. With the rapid development of automated microscopic imaging technology in recent years, classification methods of bioimage-based protein subcellular location have attracted considerable attention for images can describe the protein distribution intuitively and in detail. In the current study, a prediction method of protein su...

Two-stage Distance Feature-based Optimization Algorithm for De novo Protein Structure Prediction.

De novo protein structure prediction can be treated as a conformational space optimization problem under the guidance of an energy function. However, it is a challenge of how to design an accurate energy function which ensures low-energy conformations close to native structures. Fortunately, recent studies have shown that the accuracy of de novo protein structure prediction can be significantly improved by integrating the residue-residue distance information. In this paper, a two-stage distance feature-base...

Dynamic Channel Modeling and OFDM System Analysis for Capacitive Coupling Body Channel Communication.

Body channel communication (BCC) has the potential to achieve better energy efficiency over other conventional wireless communication schemes, thus becomes a promising solution for the wireless body area network (WBAN). To deal with the fading and dynamic variation challenges of BCC, the technique of orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) is a promising candidate. However, some basic issues in OFDM including the pilot design and the modulating methods have not been analyzed for BCC. The contribut...

A Review of Automated Methods for the Detection of Sickle Cell Disease.

Detection of sickle cell disease is a crucial job in Medical Image Analysis. It emphasizes elaborate analysis of proper disease diagnosis after accurate detection followed by a classification of irregularities, which plays a vital role in the sickle Cell disease diagnosis, treatment planning, and treatment outcome evaluation. Proper segmentation of complex cell clusters makes sickle cell detection more accurate and robust. Cell morphology has a key role in the detection of the sickle cell because the shapes...

Fast Semisupervised Learning With Bipartite Graph for Large-Scale Data.

As the captured information in our real word is very scare and labeling sample is time cost and expensive, semisupervised learning (SSL) has an important application in computer vision and machine learning. Among SSL approaches, a graph-based SSL (GSSL) model has recently attracted much attention for high accuracy. However, for most traditional GSSL methods, the large-scale data bring higher computational complexity, which acquires a better computing platform. In order to dispose of these issues, we propose...

Bipartite Differential Neural Network for Unsupervised Image Change Detection.

Image change detection detects the regions of change in multiple images of the same scene taken at different times, which plays a crucial role in many applications. The two most popular image change detection techniques are as follows: pixel-based methods heavily rely on accurate image coregistration while object-based approaches can tolerate coregistration errors to some extent but are sensitive to image segmentation or classification errors. To address these issues, we propose an unsupervised image change...

Evaluating and Enhancing the Generalization Performance of Machine Learning Models for Physical Activity Intensity Prediction from Raw Acceleration Data.

To evaluate and enhance the generalization performance of machine learning physical activity intensity prediction models developed with raw acceleration data on populations monitored by different activity monitors.

Robust Online Multilabel Learning Under Dynamic Changes in Data Distribution With Labels.

In this paper, a robust online multilabel learning method dealing with dynamically changing multilabel data streams is proposed. The proposed method has three advantages: 1) higher accuracy due to a newly defined objective function based on labels ranking; 2) fast training and update based on a newly derived closed-form (rather than gradient descent based) solution for the new objective function; and 3) high robustness to a newly identified concept drift in multilabel data streams, namely, changes in data d...

Discrete Semantic Alignment Hashing for Cross-Media Retrieval.

Cross-media hashing, which maps data from different modalities to a low-dimensional sharing Hamming space, has attracted considerable attention due to the rapid increase of multimodal data, for example, images and texts. Recent cross-media hashing works mainly aim at learning compact hash codes to preserve the class label-based or feature-based similarities among samples. However, these methods ignore the unbalanced semantic gaps between different modalities and high-level semantic concepts, which generally...

Probabilistic Rank-One Tensor Analysis With Concurrent Regularizations.

Subspace learning for tensors attracts increasing interest in recent years, leading to the development of multilinear extensions of principal component analysis (PCA) and probabilistic PCA (PPCA). Existing multilinear PPCAs are based on the Tucker or CANDECOMP/PARAFAC (CP) models. Although both kinds of multilinear PPCAs have shown their effectiveness in dealing with tensors, they also have their own limitations. Tucker-based multilinear PPCAs have a restrictive subspace representation and suffer from rotat...

New Dimensions of Antigen Retrieval Technique: 28 Years of Development, Practice, and Expansion.

This review article summarized recent advances in the heat-induced antigen retrieval technique with numerous scientific fields in addition to immunohistochemistry. Particularly, proteomics including imaging mass spectrometry, extraction of proteins from formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissues. Some novel approaches such as FFPE tissue-based renal immunopathology based on modified double heating protocols are also introduced in this review for further development. In general, the FFPE tissue housed ...

Recent developments in imaging of epilepsy.

Imaging constitutes one of the key pillars in the diagnostic workup after a first seizure as well as for the presurgical workup in epilepsy. The role of imaging in emergency situations, mainly to support the adequate diagnosis, as well as its role in planning of noninvasive image-guided therapies is less well established. Here, we provide an overview on peri-ictal imaging findings to support differential diagnosis in emergency situations and describe recent attempts toward minimal invasive therapy in the tr...

Intranasal Dexmedetomidine for Sedation During Magnetoencephalography.

Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is a noninvasive tool used clinically for presurgical evaluation of patients with medically intractable epilepsy. These recordings require patients to lie still for prolonged periods of time in a magnetically shielded room. Children or uncooperative adults with epilepsy may require sedation to reduce movement artefact and obtain high-quality recordings. Potential challenges related to the use of total intravenous anesthesia in the MEG environment include limited access to the pa...

Application and prospects of butylphthalide for the treatment of neurological diseases.

3-N-butylphthalide (NBP) comprises one of the chemical constituents of celery oil. It has a series of pharmacological mechanisms including reconstructing microcirculation, protecting mitochondrial function, inhibiting oxidative stress, and inhibiting neuronal apoptosis and etc. Based on the complex multi-targets of pharmacological mechanisms of NBP, the clinical application of NBP is increasing and dried clinical researches and animal experiments are also focused on NBP. The aim of this review was to compre...

The Salivary Microbiome Is Altered in Children With Eosinophilic Esophagitis and Correlates With Disease Activity.

Eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) is an allergen-mediated inflammatory disease affecting the esophagus. Although microbial communities may affect the host immune responses, little is known about the role of the microbiome in EoE. We compared the composition of the salivary microbiome in children with EoE with that of non-EoE controls to test the hypotheses that the salivary microbiome is altered in children with EoE and is associated with disease activity.

Compressed Central Zone Uptake on PSMA PET/CT-A Potential Pitfall in Interpretation.

The case of a 66-year-old man undergoing a staging PSMA PET/CT after a recent diagnosis of prostate carcinoma is presented. In addition to uptake within the prostate consistent with primary tumor activity, mild symmetrical and diffuse uptake is also noted within central zone. The appearance is not consistent with likely tumor activity. Comparison is made with histopathology after a radical prostatectomy, and no correlating tumor is noted in the region of central zone uptake. Increased PSMA uptake within the...


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