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Abduraxmonova Naziraxon Alisher Qizi
2022 Zenodo  
Diskurs tahlil, uning integrativ xarakteriga ko'ra, munozaraning ham jamiyat, ham madaniyat bilan yaqin aloqasini tan olishdan kelib chiqadi. Ma'lum bir jamiyat va uning madaniyati ta'siri ostida shakllanib, rivojlanib borgan holda, nutqning o'zi, o'z navbatida, ularga ma'lum bir bosqichda jamiyat uchun tegishli bo'lgan tushunchalarni og'zaki ravishda berib, ularni ongga singdirib, ularga katta ta'sir ko'rsatadi.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6720825 fatcat:2tr3l5lowjfmxmqdcqfhdr6tey

Bisimulation-based Consistency Checking on Syndrome Feng-Shi-Re-Bi in Rheumatoid Arthritis

Guang Zheng, Kai Cui, Junping Zhan, Zekun Ning, Miao Jiang, Cheng Lu, Aiping Lu
2014 Journal of Software  
For RA's Feng-Shi-Re-Bi syndrome, employing bisimulation method, the consistency of knowledge items between textbook and clinical practice have been checked.  ...  As a result, on Feng-Shi-Re-Bi syndrome, most knowledge items in textbook can be simulated by the clinical practice e.g., syndrome, symptom, herbal formula, herbal medicine.  ...  These syndromes are Feng-Han-Shi-Bi, Feng-Shi-Re-Bi, Tan-Yu-Bi-Zu, and Gan-Shen-Yin-Xu.  ... 
doi:10.4304/jsw.9.3.536-540 fatcat:b7z7g3h7vvhidd6ojvgcmkahyu

Reply to the "Comment on 'A Pumpless Microfluidic Neonatal Lung Assist Device for Support of Preterm Neonates in Respiratory Distress'" by Li Wang, Fang Li, Zhichun Feng, Yuan Shi

Niels Rochow, Christoph Fusch, Ponnambalam Ravi Selvaganapathy
2021 Advanced Science  
doi:10.1002/advs.202100831 pmid:34194955 pmcid:PMC8224426 fatcat:r7kngep56ndjhcyo2b2d6ji6iu

Decreased copy number of mitochondrial DNA: A potential diagnostic criterion for gastric cancer

2013 Oncology Letters  
An alteration in the mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) copy number has been detected in numerous human cancers. However, certain changes in the mtDNA copy number that occur during the initiation and progression of gastric cancer remain undetected. In the present study, using quantitative PCR analysis, the quantitative changes in mtDNA were observed during the initiation and progression of gastric cancer. Furthermore, the possible correlation between the changes in mtDNA and the clinicopathological
more » ... were also investigated. However, the mechanism by which the change in mtDNA copy number occurs remains to be elucidated. Epigenetic changes are believed to play a significant role in regulating the mtDNA content. In order to determine whether there is a potential correlation between DNA methylation and mtDNA regulation, in vitro demethylation experiments were performed. Tumor tissues and corresponding non-cancerous tissues were surgically resected from 76 gastric cancer patients between 2010 and 2011. The results revealed that the average relative mtDNA copy numbers were 94.71±28.11 in the cancer tissues and 111.68±21.84 in the corresponding non-cancerous tissues (P<0.01). The quantitative changes in mtDNA demonstrated a significant decrease in gastric cancer, particularly in ill-defined stage III and IV cases, but had no association with gender. The mtDNA copy numbers demonstrated a marked increase (P<0.05) following demethylation treatment. The present results indicate that the mtDNA copy number plays a significant role during the progression of colorectal cancer, particularly during the late clinicopathological stages, and that the change in the mtDNA copy number may correlate with DNA methylation.
doi:10.3892/ol.2013.1492 pmid:24137470 pmcid:PMC3796381 fatcat:s3ny5ateozbr7hqagva6mut534

A proposed NMR solution for multi-phase flow fluid detection

Jun-Feng Shi, Feng Deng, Li-Zhi Xiao, Hua-Bing Liu, Feng-Qin Ma, Meng-Ying Wang, Rui-Dong Zhao, Shi-Wen Chen, Jian-Jun Zhang, Chun-Ming Xiong
2019 Petroleum Science  
development scheme proposed in this paper can quantitatively analyze multi-phase flow; meanwhile it also can be used as a set of analytical instruments for on-site fluid property Edited by Yan-Hua Sun * Feng  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12182-019-00367-3 fatcat:ufkwjpsmvbd5pl6uyphemkt5yu

Cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor dinaciclib potently synergizes with cisplatin in preclinical models of ovarian cancer

Xiu-Xiu Chen, Feng-Feng Xie, Xiu-Jie Zhu, Feng Lin, Shi-Shi Pan, Li-Hua Gong, Jian-Ge Qiu, Wen-Ji Zhang, Qi-Wei Jiang, Xiao-Long Mei, You-Qiu Xue, Wu-Ming Qin (+2 others)
2015 OncoTarget  
Ovarian cancer is one of the most lethal of woman cancers, and its clinical therapeutic outcome currently is unsatisfied. Dinaciclib, a novel small molecule inhibitor of CDK1, CDK2, CDK5 and CDK9, is assessed in clinical trials for the treatment of several types of cancers. In this study, we investigated the anticancer effects and mechanisms of dinaciclib alone or combined with cisplatin in ovarian cancer. Dinaciclib alone actively induced cell growth inhibition, cell cycle arrest and apoptosis
more » ... with the increased intracellular ROS levels, which were accompanied by obvious alterations of related proteins such as CDKs, Cyclins, Mcl-1, XIAP and survivin. Pretreatment with N-acety-L-cysteine significantly blocked ROS generation but only partially rescued apoptosis triggered by dinaciclib. Moreover, the combination of dinaciclib with cisplatin synergistically promoted cell cycle arrest and apoptosis, and inhibited the subcutaneous xenograft growth of ovarian cancer in nude mice. Altogether, dinaciclib potently synergizes with cisplatin in preclinical models of ovarian cancer, indicating this beneficial combinational therapy may be a promising strategy for treatment of ovarian cancer.
doi:10.18632/oncotarget.3717 pmid:25962959 pmcid:PMC4558126 fatcat:jtrunaw5jramjotu5fj5junnkq

Multi-breather solutions to the Sasa-Satsuma equation [article]

Chengfa Wu, Bo Wei, Changyan Shi, Bao-Feng Feng
2021 arXiv   pre-print
General breather solution to the Sasa-Satsuma (SS) equation is systematically investigated in this paper. We firstly transform the SS equation into a set of three Hirota bilinear equations under proper plane wave background. Starting from a specially arranged tau-function of the Kadomtsev-Petviashvili hierarchy and a set of eleven bilinear equations satisfied, we implement a series steps of reduction procedure, i.e., C-type reduction, dimension reduction and complex conjugate reduction, and
more » ... ce these eleven equations to three bilinear equations for the SS equation. Meanwhile, general breather solution to the SS equation is found in determinant of even order. The one- and two-breather solutions are calculated and analyzed in details.
arXiv:2111.03266v1 fatcat:vrdy4663jvdingashxdbwktflm

Volasertib suppresses tumor growth and potentiates the activity of cisplatin in cervical cancer

Feng-Feng Xie, Shi-Shi Pan, Rong-Ying Ou, Zhen-Zhen Zheng, Xiao-Xiu Huang, Meng-Ting Jian, Jian-Ge Qiu, Wen-Ji Zhang, Qi-Wei Jiang, Yang Yang, Wen-Feng Li, Zhi Shi (+1 others)
2015 American Journal of Cancer Research  
Volasertib (BI 6727), a highly selective and potent inhibitor of PLK1, has shown broad antitumor activities in the preclinical and clinical studies for the treatment of several types of cancers. However, the anticancer effect of volasertib on cervical cancer cells is still unknown. In the present study, we show that volasertib can markedly induce cell growth inhibition, cell cycle arrest at G2/M phase and apoptosis with the decreased protein expressions of PLK1 substrates survivin and wee1 in
more » ... man cervical cancer cells. Furthermore, volasertib also enhances the intracellular reactive oxidative species (ROS) levels, and pretreated with ROS scavenger N-acety-L-cysteine totally blocks ROS generation but partly reverses volasertib-induced apoptosis. In addition, volasertib significantly potentiates the activity of cisplatin to inhibit the growth of cervical cancer in vitro and in vivo. In brief, volasertib suppresses tumor growth and potentiates the activity of cisplatin in cervical cancer, suggesting the combination of volasertib and cisplatin may be a promising strategy for the treatment of patients with cervical cancer.
pmid:26885445 pmcid:PMC4731630 fatcat:sszpyrrisvhanlhqvkgktpiu5i

Claudin-4 is required for vasculogenic mimicry formation in human breast cancer cells

Yong-Feng Cui, An-Heng Liu, Dai-Zhi An, Ru-Bao Sun, Yun Shi, Yun-Xiang Shi, Miao Shi, Qiang Zhang, Li-Li Wang, Qiong Feng, Gui-Lan Pan, Qiang Wang
2015 OncoTarget  
RB Sun, Y Shi, YX Shi, M Shi, Q Zhang, LL Wang and Q Feng provide materials and helped analyzed the results. Q Wang discussed, drafted and wrote the paper with GL Pan.  ... 
doi:10.18632/oncotarget.3571 pmid:25871476 pmcid:PMC4484441 fatcat:3f5wlt2quffv5m3c3kblrltjzy

Gate current degradation model of the AlGaAs/InGaAs PHEMT

Wan Ning, Guo Chun-Sheng, Zhang Yan-Feng, Xiong Cong, Ma Wei-Dong, Shi Lei, Li Rui, Feng Shi-Wei
2013 Wuli xuebao  
For quantitative study of time constant and degradation ratio of degradation parameters which correspond to different failure mechanisms in pseudomorphic high electron mobility transistor (PHEMT) gate current degradation process, a PHEMT gate current degradation model is established based on the relationship between reaction volume concentration and reaction rate in the process of degradation. The degradation law of PHEMT electrical parameters is obtained using online experiment method. The
more » ... meter degradation law with the time is analyzed and the failure mechanism which affects gate current degradation in different time period is obtained. Meanwhile, based on the gate current parameter degradation model, time constant and degradation ratio of degradation parameters, which correspond to different failure mechanisms, are also obtained.
doi:10.7498/aps.62.157203 fatcat:yko42yxou5akrfznsu23ystt54

General rogue wave solutions to the Sasa-Satsuma equation [article]

Chengfa Wu, Guangxiong Zhang, Changyan Shi, Bao-Feng Feng
2022 arXiv   pre-print
General rogue wave solutions to the Sasa-Satsuma equation are constructed by the Kadomtsev-Petviashvili (KP) hierarchy reduction method. These solutions are presented in three different forms. The first form is expressed in terms of recursively defined differential operators while the second form shares a similar solution structure except that the differential operators are no longer recursively defined. Instead of using differential operators, the third form is expressed by Schur polynomials.
arXiv:2206.02210v1 fatcat:ti24cyksi5hm7nbso4cu7ajo3y

Study of Dynamical Chiral Symmetry Breaking in (2 + 1) Dimensional Abelian Higgs Model

Jian-Feng Li, Shi-Song Huang, Hong-Tao Feng, Wei-Min Sun, Hong-Shi Zong
2010 Symmetry  
In this paper, we study the dynamical mass generation in the Abelian Higgs model in 2 + 1 dimensions. Instead of adopting the approximations in [Jiang H et al., J. Phys. A 41 2008 255402.], we numerically solve the coupled Dyson-Schwinger Equations (DSEs) for the fermion and gauge boson propagators using a specific truncation for the fermion-photon vertex ansatz and compare our results with the corresponding ones in the above mentioned paper. It is found that the results quoted in the above
more » ... r remain qualitatively unaffected by refining the truncation scheme of the DSEs, although there exist large quantitative differences between the results presented in the above paper and ours. In addition, our numerical results show that the critical number of fermion flavor N c decreases steeply with the the gauge boson mass m a (or the ratio of the Higgs mass m h to the gauge boson mass m a , r = m h ma ) increasing. It is thus easier to generate a finite fermion mass by the mechanism of DCSB for a small ratio r for a given m a .
doi:10.3390/sym2020907 fatcat:sp2vpxepufcolkvpdqr7c5cj24

Interweaving Industrial Ecology and Ecological Modernization: A Comparative Bibliometric Analysis

Feng Han, Zhangcong Feng, Chao Wang, Nujie Yang, Dong Yang, Feng Shi
2021 Sustainability  
Although industrial activity has brought about rapid economic growth, it also faces the dual challenges of resource constraints and environmental pressure. Industrial ecology (IE) and ecological modernization (EM) are two theories regarding the conceptualization and implementation of sustainable development that emerged from the natural and social sciences, respectively. Over the past three decades, scholars have conducted copious amounts of theoretical and applied research on IE and EM, but
more » ... parative studies from an interdisciplinary perspective on the relationship between the two remain relatively rare. On the basis of a bibliometric analysis, this study offers a comprehensive examination of the background, theoretical connotations, and main content of IE and EM, also exploring the role of both theoretical perspectives in the promotion of sustainable industrial development. The findings are fourfold: (1) the research on IE and EM has been increasing year by year, particularly in the past decade; (2) the research is mostly concentrated in developed countries such as the United States and European Union member nations, and contributions from China have increased significantly in recent years; (3) IE has a broader research community than EM and has evolved clearer and more specific research contents and methods; and (4) IE, which analyzes the problems of specific industrial systems, and EM, which constitutes a higher-level institutional policy design, exhibit a trend of cross-fertilization. This study provides a reference for building a more systematic and comprehensive theoretical system of ecological transformation and discusses the future research directions in this field.
doi:10.3390/su13179673 fatcat:cicw22lalvgmjmwhw6fhhcyv5e

Test and analysis of the halo in low-light-level image intensifiers

Dongxu Cui Dongxu Cui, Ling Ren Ling Ren, Feng Shi Feng Shi, Jifang Shi Jifang Shi, Yunsheng Qian Yunsheng Qian, Honggang Wang Honggang Wang, Benkang Chang Benkang Chang
2012 Chinese Optics Letters (COL)  
A halo tester is designed to analyze the halo formation in low-light-level (LLL) image intensifiers and the influencing factors on halo size. The tester is used to collect a 0.1922-mm hole image directly using a CoolSNAPK4 charge-coupled device (CCD) in a darkroom under illumination conditions between 10 −2 and 10 −4 lx. The practical measurement result shows that the amplification ratio is 343.4. Then, the super second-and third-generation image intensifiers are placed after the hole, and the
more » ... alo sizes of the hole images on the screens are determined as 0.2388 and 0.5533 mm, respectively.
doi:10.3788/col201210.060401 fatcat:46itzihfqbemzboncjuvsrzyru

Combinatorial Causal Bandits [article]

Shi Feng, Wei Chen
2022 arXiv   pre-print
In combinatorial causal bandits (CCB), the learning agent chooses at most K variables in each round to intervene, collects feedback from the observed variables, with the goal of minimizing expected regret on the target variable Y. Different from all prior studies on causal bandits, CCB needs to deal with exponentially large action space. We study under the context of binary generalized linear models (BGLMs) with a succinct parametric representation of the causal models. We present the algorithm
more » ... BGLM-OFU for Markovian BGLMs (i.e. no hidden variables) based on the maximum likelihood estimation method, and show that it achieves O(√(T)log T) regret, where T is the time horizon. For the special case of linear models with hidden variables, we apply causal inference techniques such as the do-calculus to convert the original model into a Markovian model, and then show that our BGLM-OFU algorithm and another algorithm based on the linear regression both solve such linear models with hidden variables. Our novelty includes (a) considering the combinatorial intervention action space, (b) considering general causal models including ones with hidden variables, (c) integrating and adapting techniques from diverse studies such as generalized linear bandits and online influence maximization, and (d) not relying on unrealistic assumptions such as knowing the joint distribution of the parents of Y under all interventions used in some prior studies.
arXiv:2206.01995v2 fatcat:z3wmmtoz2vasbjqevvwkfbr4oy
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