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Ảnh hưởng của bón lân phối trộn dicarboxylic acid polymer (DCAP) đến hàm lượng lân hữu dụng trong đất và hấp thu lân của cây khoai lang, khoai mì, khoai mỡ trồng trên đất phèn trong nhà lưới

Lê Văn Dang, Ngô Ngọc Hưng, Lâm Ngọc Phương, Phan Kiên Em, Phan Văn Ngoan
2017 Can Tho University Journal of Science  
, , khoai lang, khoai , khoai mỡ, lân hữu dụng  ...  on soil available phosphorus and phosphorus uptake of sweet potato, cassava and jam grown on acid sulfate soil under greenhouse condition Từ khóa: Dicarboxylic acid polymer (DCAP), đất phèn, hấp thu lân  ...  Bón 30P làm gia tăng sinh khối thân lá khoai , khoai lang và sinh khối củ khoai so với không bón lân.  ... 
doi:10.22144/ctu.jvn.2017.076 fatcat:uo5dvbtkwrdz3i3won4fjnd7k4

Wideband Active-RC Channel Selection Filter for 5-GHz Wireless LAN

Mi-young Lee
2015 International Journal of Control and Automation  
An active-RC channel selection filter for wireless LAN is described whose cut-off frequency is tunable from 6MHz to 20MHz.  ...  Conclusion This paper describes a CMOS active-RC channel selection filter for for 5GHz wireless LAN.  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijca.2015.8.7.24 fatcat:yqpa3muwv5eqvi4yu4yayf46u4

Crosstalk between ILC2s and Th2 CD4+ T Cells in Lung Disease

Lan-lan Mi, Wei-wei Guo, Zhipeng Xu
2022 Journal of Immunology Research  
Cytokine secretion, such as interleukin-4 (IL-4), IL-5, IL-9, IL-13, and amphiregulin (Areg), by type 2 innate lymphoid cells (ILC2s) is indispensable for homeostasis, remodeling/repairing tissue structure, inflammation, and tumor immunity. Often viewed as the innate cell surrogate of T helper type 2 (Th2) cells, ILC2s not only secrete the same type 2 cytokines, but are also inextricably related to CD4+T cells in terms of cell origin and regulatory factors, bridging between innate and adaptive
more » ... mmunity. ILC2s interact with CD4+T cells to play a leading role in a variety of diseases through secretory factors. Here, we review the latest progress on ILC2s and CD4+T cells in the lung, the close relationship between the two, and their relevance in the lung disease and immunity. This literature review aids future research in pulmonary type 2 immune diseases and guides innovative treatment approaches for these diseases.
doi:10.1155/2022/8871037 fatcat:g6b6g6t5xjgx3fsrdfvv45ykdu

Time-Resolved and Energy-Resolved Polarizations of GRB Prompt Emission [article]

Mi-Xiang Lan, Zi-Gao Dai
2020 arXiv   pre-print
(26) and (25) of Lan, Wu & Dai (2016a) .  ...  This conclusion is consistent with our initial setup for the mixed magnetic field (Lan et al. 2019) .  ... 
arXiv:2002.12517v1 fatcat:lkepawzhfbbsrpjrc7wnuevnwa

Mouse neuronal cells expressing exogenous bovinePRNPand simultaneous downregulation of endogenous mousePRNPusing siRNAs

Sang-Gyun Kang, Yu Mi Roh, Mi Lan Kang, Yong-Sun Kim, Han Sang Yoo
2010 Prion  
doi:10.4161/pri.4.1.11218 pmid:20215868 pmcid:PMC2850418 fatcat:qi62z65t3zb5rgat7o32xu72ui

The Dynamic Changes of Gut Microbiota during the Perinatal Period in Sows

Lan Sun, Yu Zhang, Wei Chen, Tian Lan, Yan Wang, Yinbao Wu, Xindi Liao, Jiandui Mi
2020 Animals  
The gut microbiota in sows is important for the health of the host, and potential benefits may also be transferred to piglets during pregnancy. Therefore, systematic studies investigating the changes in the gut microbiota of sows are needed to elucidate the microbial compositions and functions. This study was conducted at 12 time points to investigate the temporal variations in gut microbiota on Days 27, 46, 64, 81, 100, and 113 during gestation (G) and Days 3, 5, 7, 10, 14, and 21 during
more » ... ion (L). Results suggested that the gut microbiota changed across the perinatal period with microbial function and abundance varying between the prenatal and postnatal periods. The alpha diversity was higher in the postnatal period than in the prenatal period. Thirty-eight genera were distributed between the two periods with Methanobrevibacter, Desulfovibrio, Akkermansia, and Turicibacter being enriched in the prenatal period while Eubacterium, Actinobacillus, Paludibacter, Butyricimonas, Megasphaera, Succiniclasticum, Acidaminococcus, and Rummeliibacillus were enriched in the postnatal period. Analysis done at the different time points of the prenatal period suggested that Days 27 and 113 had more microbial biomarkers than other days. Bacteroidales, Bacteroidia, and Prevotella were enriched on the 27th day, while bacteria belonging to the Clostridium and Ruminococcaceae were enriched on the 113th day. On the other hand, Clostridiales, Ruminococcaceae, Clostridia, and unclassified Christensenellaceae were enriched three days after delivery. Predicted microbial KO functions were also more enriched on Day 27 of the gestation period and Day 3 of the lactation period. Random forest, a machine learning method, was used to identify the top five important genera of Megasphaera, Stenotrophomonas, Phyllobacterium, Catenibacterium, and Turicibacter, while the most important function was arginine and proline metabolism. These systematic results provide important information for the gut microbiota of sows.
doi:10.3390/ani10122254 pmid:33266170 pmcid:PMC7761118 fatcat:hkhzpd6nhncw3kz3dae7ubkace

Collaborative Deep Learning Across Multiple Data Centers [article]

Kele Xu, Haibo Mi, Dawei Feng, Huaimin Wang, Chuan Chen, Zibin Zheng, Xu Lan
2018 arXiv   pre-print
However, current parameter servers are designed for high-speed local area networks (LANs).  ... 
arXiv:1810.06877v1 fatcat:xrvexxzg2rdbffdnwgbsikaw2u

Multistructure-Based Collaborative Online Distillation

Liang Gao, Xu Lan, Haibo Mi, Dawei Feng, Kele Xu, Yuxing Peng
2019 Entropy  
Lan, Zhu, and Gong improved knowledge distillation and proposed distillation method ONE [41] , which uses a set of multibranch student models to learn from each other.  ... 
doi:10.3390/e21040357 pmid:33267071 pmcid:PMC7514841 fatcat:omy47jqeh5chldlgddfiug6rha

Wave-front controlled attosecond time domain interferometry [article]

Zhen Yang, Wei Cao, Yunlong Mo, Huiyao Xu, Kang Mi, Pengfei Lan, Qingbin Zhang, Peixiang Lu
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Interferometry, as the key technique in modern precision measurements, has been used for length diagnosis in the fields of engineering metrology and astronomy. Analogous interferometric technique for time domain precision measurement is a significant complement to the spatial domain applications and requires the manipulation of the interference on the extreme time and energy scale. Here we present an all-optical interferometry for high precision measurement with attosecond temporal and hundreds
more » ... of meV energy resolution. The interferometer is based on laser driven high order harmonics which provide a robust sequence of attosecond temporal slits. As applications, we reconstruct the waveform of an arbitrarily polarized optical pulse using the time resolving capability, and capture the abnormal character of the transition dipole near a Cooper minimum in argon using the energy resolution provided. This novel attosecond interferometry opens the possibility for high precision measurement in time energy domain using an all-optical approach.
arXiv:1911.05986v1 fatcat:iejgu4gb2zdqxeneufhafgsd2y

The Design of Folio Shielding Door

Lan Mi, W.-P. Sung, J.C.M. Kao
2016 MATEC Web of Conferences  
Through analyzing a case of the design of a folio shielding door, the design and key technology of the equipment are shown. KEYWORD: a folio shielding door; the design An auto-opening electromagnetism-shield waveabsorbing door is needed by a dark room program, whose net opening size is 4m×5m(W×H),and 700mm waveabsorbing material is needed to be pasted on the door leaf.
doi:10.1051/matecconf/20164402054 fatcat:p2qm3hmtozgnlostq6twbje4gq

Studying mis- and disinformation in Asian diasporic communities: The need for critical transnational research beyond Anglocentrism

Sarah Nguyễn, Rachel Kuo, Madhavi Reddi, Lan Li, Rachel Moran
2022 Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review  
Drawing on preliminary research about the spread of mis- and disinformation across Asian diasporic communities, we advocate for qualitative research methodologies that can better examine historical, transnational  ...  of case studies from Vietnam, Taiwan, China, and India, we discuss research themes and challenges including legacies of multiple imperialisms, nationalisms, and geopolitical tensions as root causes of mis  ...  Another qualitative study led by Rachel Kuo with Madhavi Reddi and Lan Li (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Center for Technology, Information and Public Life) uses semi-structured interviews  ... 
doi:10.37016/mr-2020-95 fatcat:ugqbikhi7jbnhbuetrojyipqci

Group 2 innate lymphoid cells (ILC2s): The spotlight in asthma pathogenesis and lung tissue injury

Sunusi Sadik, Yanhong Lu, Shaoxuan Zhu, Jiayu Cai, Lan Lan Mi
2021 Allergologia et Immunopathologia  
Asthma is a heterogeneous disease with ranging etiology and severity. Asthma is a disease of chronic inflammation of the airways, with clinical symptoms of wheezing, breathlessness, cough, and chest tightness manifested as chronic fixed or variable airflow obstruction and airway hyperresponsiveness that predispose the airway epithelium to repeated injury, repair, and regeneration. In recent years, innate lymphoid cells (ILC1, ILC2, and ILC3) have been discovered. The predominant ILC type found
more » ... n the lung tissue is group 2 innate lymphoid cells (ILC2s). Upon damage to the airway epithelium mediating the release of epithelial cytokines (TSLP, IL-33, and IL-25) ensued the activation of ILC2 in an antigen-independent manner. Activated ILC2 produces a significant amount of type 2 cytokines (IL-4, IL-5, IL-9, and IL-13), altogether contributing to type 2 inflammation in the airways. ILC2s are mediators of type 2 immunity for many type 2 inflammatory diseases such as asthma, since ILC2s were reported to play an important role in asthma pathogenesis. Here we discuss the role of ILC2 in the development of asthma and ILC2 effector cytokines (IL-4, IL-5, and IL-13) contributing to airway epithelial structural changes.
doi:10.15586/aei.v49i2.29 pmid:33641310 fatcat:qdt2iuhrqndtbpm3qsuag5xdse

A crosstalk between type 2 innate lymphoid cells and alternative macrophages in lung development and lung diseases (Review)

Lan-Lan Mi, Yue Zhu, Hong-Yan Lu
2021 Molecular Medicine Reports  
Type 2 innate lymphoid cells (ILC2s) are important innate immune cells that are involved in type 2 inflammation, in both mice and humans. ILC2s are stimulated by factors, including interleukin (IL)‑33 and IL‑25, and activated ILC2s secrete several cytokines that mediate type 2 immunity by inducing profound changes in physiology, including activation of alternative (M2) macrophages. M2 macrophages possess immune modulatory, phagocytic, tissue repair and remodeling properties, and can regulate
more » ... 2s under infection. The present review summarizes the role of ILC2s as innate cells and M2 macrophages as anti‑inflammatory cells, and discusses current literature on their important biological significance. The present review also highlights how the crosstalk between ILC2s and M2 macrophages contributes to lung development, induces pulmonary parasitic expulsion, exacerbates pulmonary viral and fungal infections and allergic airway diseases, and promotes the development of lung diseases, such as pulmonary fibrosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and carcinoma of the lungs.
doi:10.3892/mmr.2021.12042 pmid:33786611 pmcid:PMC8025469 fatcat:477sahppwvg5bfe7yayjfas2ga

Polarization of Astrophysical Events with Precessing Jets [article]

Mi-Xiang Lan, Rui Xue, Dingrong Xiong, Wei-Hua Lei, Xue-Feng Wu, and Zi-Gao Dai
2019 arXiv   pre-print
U ν is proved to be zero for the toroidal configuration (Toma et al. 2009; Lan, Wu & Dai 2016) , but can be non-zero for the aligned magnetic field case (Lan, Wu & Dai 2016) .  ...  In our previous work (Lan, Wu & Dai 2016) , we calculated the polarization evolution of a non-precessing GRB jet during the early afterglow phase.  ... 
arXiv:1905.05905v1 fatcat:5fi45edgp5d4hmiuphjlxzcehe

Direct Control of Stem Cell Behavior Using Biomaterials and Genetic Factors

Jeong-Kee Yoon, Mi-Lan Kang, Joo Hyun Park, Kyoung-Mi Lee, Young Min Shin, Jin Woo Lee, Hyun Ok Kim, Hak-Joon Sung
2018 Stem Cells International  
Stem cells have recently emerged as an important candidate for cell therapy. However, some major limitations still exist such as a small quantity of cell supply, senescence, and insufficient differentiation efficiency. Therefore, there is an unmet need to control stem cell behavior for better clinical performance. Since native microenvironment factors including stem cell niche, genetic factors, and growth factors direct stem cell fate cooperatively, user-specified in vitro settings are required
more » ... to understand the regulatory roles and effects of each factor, thereby applying the factors for improved cell therapy. Among others, various types of biomaterials and transfection method have been employed as key tools for development of the in vitro settings. This review focuses on the current strategies to improve stemness maintenance, direct differentiation, and reprogramming using biomaterials and genetic factors without any aids from additional biochemicals and growth factors.
doi:10.1155/2018/8642989 pmid:29861745 pmcid:PMC5971247 fatcat:z66tktiy3vckncxhs752g27zgy
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