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Current Research of Trichinellosis in China

Xue Bai, Xiaoxiang Hu, Xiaolei Liu, Bin Tang, Mingyuan Liu
2017 Frontiers in Microbiology  
Trichinellosis, caused by Trichinella, is an emerging or re-emerging zoonotic parasitic disease, which is distributed worldwide with major socio-economic importance in some developing countries. In particular, it has been calculated that more than 40 million people are at risk of Trichinella infection in China. This review summarizes the current information on the epidemiology, laboratory diagnosis and vaccines of trichinellosis in China. Moreover, study of the treatment potential of using
more » ... inella for immune-related diseases and cancer, as well as the transcription and post-transcription modification of Trichinella were also collected, providing viewpoints for future investigations. Current advances in research will help us to develop new strategies for the prevention and control of trichinellosis and may potentially yield biological agents for treating other diseases.
doi:10.3389/fmicb.2017.01472 pmid:28824597 pmcid:PMC5539376 fatcat:t4fw7elxfnd53myy3vwtbuvuwa

A New Thoughtfulness in Contemporary China: Critical Voices in Art and Aesthetics

Mingyuan Hu
2021 Critique d'art  
A New Thoughtfulness in Contemporary China: Critical Voices in Art and Aesthetics Mingyuan Hu Voici un projet qui atteint son objectif : une sélection de voix critiques sur l'art et l'esthétique qui est  ... 
doi:10.4000/critiquedart.85672 fatcat:67dlxpqq65anfm4hh5bwh2n6o4

Collaborative virtual geographic environments: A case study of air pollution simulation

Bingli Xu, Hui Lin, Longsang Chiu, Ya Hu, Jun Zhu, Mingyuan Hu, Weining Cui
2011 Information Sciences  
The integration of high dimensional geo-visualization, geo-data management, geo-process modeling and computation, geospatial analysis, and geo-collaboration is a trend in GIScience. The technical platform that matches the trend forms a new framework unlike that of GIS and is conceptualized in this paper as a collaborative virtual geographic environment (CVGE). This paper focuses on two key issues. One is scientific research on CVGE including the concept definition and the conceptual and system
more » ... ramework development. The other is a prototype system development according to CVGE frameworks for air pollution simulation in the Pearl River Delta. The prototype system integrates air pollution source data, air pollution dispersion models, air pollution distribution/dispersion visualization in geographically referenced environments, geospatial analysis, and geo-collaboration. Using the prototype system, participants from geographically distributed locations can join in the shared virtual geographic environment to conduct collaborative simulation of air pollution dispersion. The collaborations supporting this simulation happen on air pollution source editing, air pollution dispersion modeling, geo-visualization of the output of the modeling, and geo-analysis.
doi:10.1016/j.ins.2011.01.017 fatcat:343bc7ei5bgztcxxul6jyejaoe

The Impact of Financial Development on Carbon Emission: Evidence from China

Mingyuan Guo, Yanfang Hu
2020 Sustainability  
This paper studies the impact of financial development on carbon emissions in China from 1997 to 2016. First, this paper uses the entropy method to construct a synthetical index to measure the financial development. Meanwhile, a two-dimensional panel framework is introduced to group provinces in the panel analysis. The estimation results of the time series autoregressive distributed lag model show that for China as a whole, there is a weak carbon emissions reduction effect of financial
more » ... nt, whether it is a long-term effect or a short-term effect. The estimation results of the panel autoregressive distributed lag model also support that an increase in financial development suppresses carbon emissions. Although financial development inhibits carbon emissions both in the short run and in the long run, the absolute value of the long-term coefficient of financial development is significantly greater than that of the short-term coefficient.
doi:10.3390/su12176959 fatcat:dehgojksjfhu3f6pfo3rc4zp5a

Virtual Geographic Cognition Experiment in Big Data Era

ZHANG Fan, HU Mingyuan, LIN Hui
2018 Acta Geodaetica et Cartographica Sinica  
L I N Hu i , HUANGF e n g r u , LÜ G u o n i a n.  ...  L I N Hu i , GONG J i a n h u a.O n V i r t u a lG e o g r a p h i cE n v i G , 2 0 1 7 : 1 G 1 3. [ 8 ] 龚建华 ,李文航,周 洁 萍,等.虚 拟 地 理 实 验 概 念 框 架 与 应用初探[ J ] .  ... 
doi:10.11947/j.agcs.2018.20180103 doaj:cade241e388a4708bde9172b257a5577 fatcat:kyuo6gte5ndabmgcft654q6oae

Preparation of bioconjugates of CdTe nanocrystals for cancer marker detection

Fengqin Hu, Yuliang Ran, Zhuan Zhou, Mingyuan Gao
2006 Nanotechnology  
Highly fluorescent CdTe quantum dots (Q-dots) stabilized by 3-mercaptopropionic acid (MPA) were prepared by an aqueous solution approach and used as fluorescent labels in detecting a cancer marker, carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA), expressed on human colon carcinoma cell line LS 180. Nonspecific adsorptions of CdTe Q-dots on carcinoma cells were observed and effectively eliminated by replacing MPA with a thiolated PEG (poly(ethylene glycol), Mn = 750) synthesized according to literature. It was
more » ... expectedly found out that the PEG-coated CdTe Q-dots exhibited very strong and specific affinity to anti-CEA monoclonal antibody rch 24 (rch 24 mAb). The resultant CdTe-(rch 24 mAb) conjugates were successfully used in detections of CEA expressed on the surface of cell line LS 180. Further experiments demonstrated that the fluorescent CdTe Q-dots exhibited much better photostability and a brighter fluorescence than FITC, which consequently led to a higher efficiency in the cancer marker detection.
doi:10.1088/0957-4484/17/12/025 fatcat:azkgy4pktvfk5f5sko2lhljxfu

A Construction Optimization and Interaction Method for Flood Disaster Scenes Based on Mobile VR

HU Ya, ZHU Jun, LI Weilian, ZHANG Yunhao, HU Mingyuan, CAO Zhenyu
2018 Acta Geodaetica et Cartographica Sinica  
The existing three-dimensional (3D) visualization of flood disaster scenes has problems such as weak immersion and lack of mobility.This paper combines mobile virtual reality (VR) with 3D visualization of flood disaster scenes,and proposes a construction optimization and interaction method for flood disaster scenes based on mobile VR.Firstly,a mobile VR scene construction scheme under a plugin-free B/S architecture is proposed.Second,certain key technologies for scene optimization are
more » ... including diverse modes of scene data organization,optimization control of scene data volume and adaptive scheduling of mobile scenes.Finally,some interaction and analysis schemes based on gaze,such as scene roaming exploration and interactive flood information query,are designed.A test platform was developed and a case experiment analysis was carried out.The experiment results demonstrate that the flood disaster scene constructed by the methods addressed in this paper can be displayed smoothly and explored interactively on smart phones.
doi:10.11947/j.agcs.2018.20180114 doaj:9d0bddb04317421bb285810b1d248118 fatcat:6q2t37k3mnhafeoevsctfqyjwq

Structural Characteristics and Genetic Mechanism of Fracture in Shiwu Oilfield

Hu Li, Qirong Qin, Wenhua Tang, Mingyuan Tang
2011 Modern Applied Science  
Based on the core, chip,drilling, Seismic data,etc,Combining the tectonic evolution of shiwu fault, comprehensive study the Charcteristics of Structural, fracture and the genetic mechanism of fracture.after study:on the basis of the reaearch on the Xiaokuan fault and nearby north-south faults,6 secondary structure units are divided.They are: Xiaokuan extrusion and strike-slip zone,Qikeshu syncline belt,Dawujiazi and Xiaowujiazi fault belt,Nanling fault terrace,and Liangjiatun fault
more » ... study on the length and density by Weighting Process, Crack is developed in Shiwu Oilfield;it is affected by five tectonic movements and formed the four periods fracture;extensional directions of these fractures are NE,SN,NW,NNE,NNW,EW, etc.
doi:10.5539/mas.v5n1p175 fatcat:uqyqgtc7djavznw7znw75foisa

Hu Koyunlarında MBL Gen İntronlarının Polimorfizmi ve MBL Serum Seviyeleri ile İlişkisi
Polymorphisms of MBL Gene Introns and Their Association with MBL Serum Levels in Hu Sheep

Mengting ZHAI, Jian MOU, Mengting ZHU, Yanping LIANG, Mingyuan WANG, Zongsheng ZHAO, Hongmei ZHANG
2019 Kafkas Universitesi Veteriner Fakultesi Dergisi  
Use ELISA to detect MBL serum level in Hu sheep, then use One-way ANOVA analyze the relationship of different genotypes and MBL serum level.  ...  PCR single-strand conformation polymorphism (SSCP) and DNA sequencing techniques were used to analyze the genetic polymorphism of mannose-binding lectin (MBL) gene 3 introns in Hu sheep.  ...  in the MBL gene and MBL serum levels in Hu sheep.  ... 
doi:10.9775/kvfd.2018.20969 fatcat:nilshspl5nfqfpondy3ihauphm

Numerical Analysis of Thermophoresis of a Charged Spheroidal Colloid in Aqueous Media

Yi Zhou, Yang Yang, Changxing Zhu, Mingyuan Yang, Yi Hu
2021 Micromachines  
Thermophoresis of charged colloids in aqueous media has wide applications in biology. Most existing studies of thermophoresis focused on spherical particles, but biological compounds are usually non-spherical. The present paper reports a numerical analysis of the thermophoresis of a charged spheroidal colloid in aqueous media. The model accounts for the strongly coupled temperature field, the flow field, the electric potential field, and the ion concentration field. Numerical simulations
more » ... d that prolate spheroids move faster than spherical particles, and oblate spheroids move slower than spherical particles. For the arbitrary electric double layer (EDL) thickness, the thermodiffusion coefficient of prolate (oblate) spheroids increases (decreases) with the increasing particle's dimension ratio between the major and minor semiaxes. For the extremely thin EDL case, the hydrodynamic effect is significant, and the thermodiffusion coefficient for prolate (oblate) spheroids converges to a fixed value with the increasing particle's dimension ratio. For the extremely thick EDL case, the particle curvature's effect also becomes important, and the increasing (decreasing) rate of thermodiffusion coefficient for prolate (oblate) spheroids is reduced slightly.
doi:10.3390/mi12020224 pmid:33672210 pmcid:PMC7926884 fatcat:jczt35cennb5bnec635sqpmeia

A Multi-Stage Method for Connecting Participatory Sensing and Noise Simulations

Mingyuan Hu, Weitao Che, Qiuju Zhang, Qingli Luo, Hui Lin
2015 Sensors  
Mingyuan Hu and Weitao Che are the main authors who initiated the idea, developed the research concept, and wrote the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s150202265 pmid:25621604 pmcid:PMC4367305 fatcat:3mvtssi6hbgtxgjf3dx7gdklju

State-Owned Shareholding and CSR: Do Multiple Financing Methods Matter?—Evidence from China

Mingyuan Guo, Yanfang Hu, Yu Zhang, Fuge Tian
2019 Sustainability  
Yu and Hu [32] found that CSR has a positive impact on corporate image from six dimensions of economics, organization, employees, environment, community and products.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11051292 fatcat:z4llfw4nizeldfcruvm4hcnipq

Stabilization and Tracking of a Quadrotor Using Modified Sigmoid Sliding Mode Control

Mingyuan Hu, Kyunghyun Lee, Hyeongki Ahn, Ahyeong Choi, Hyunchang Kim, Kwanho You
2022 Sensors  
A modified sigmoid sliding mode control (MS-SMC) approach is proposed for stabilizing and tracking a quadrotor system with a nonlinear sliding surface, where the dynamics model is underactuated, highly coupled, and nonlinear. The constructed nonlinear sliding surface is based on the traditional sliding mode surface with a modified sigmoid function, allowing the initial value to quickly reach equilibrium. A new type of nonlinear SMC is applied for performance improvement of the quadrotor using
more » ... e proposed modified sigmoid sliding surface. To control the quadrotor effectively, a double-loop control method is used to design the control rate, in which the position subsystem is the outer loop, and the attitude subsystem is the inner loop.With the Lyapunov function, the stability of the overall closed-loop system is ensured by stabilizing each subsystem step by step. Moreover, from a practical point of view, the system performance under the model uncertainties and external disturbances are also considered. The simulation results show that the proposed MS-SMC performs better than the conventional sliding mode control (CSMC) and the back-stepping sliding mode control (BS-SMC) in terms of stabilization and tracking against external disturbances.
doi:10.3390/s22103618 fatcat:y7o4om6w6jbwtoaxdtl625w25q

Framework for Virtual Cognitive Experiment in Virtual Geographic Environments

Fan Zhang, Mingyuan Hu, Weitao Che, Hui Lin, Chaoyang Fang
2018 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
Virtual Geographic Environment Cognition is the attempt to understand the human cognition of surface features, geographic processes, and human behaviour, as well as their relationships in the real world. From the perspective of human cognition behaviour analysis and simulation, previous work in Virtual Geographic Environments (VGEs) has focused mostly on representing and simulating the real world to create an 'interpretive' virtual world and improve an individual's active cognition. In terms of
more » ... reactive cognition, building a user 'evaluative' environment in a complex virtual experiment is a necessary yet challenging task. This paper discusses the outlook of VGEs and proposes a framework for virtual cognitive experiments. The framework not only employs immersive virtual environment technology to create a realistic virtual world but also involves a responsive mechanism to record the user's cognitive activities during the experiment. Based on the framework, this paper presents two potential implementation methods: first, training a deep learning model with several hundred thousand street view images scored by online volunteers, with further analysis of which visual factors produce a sense of safety for the individual, and second, creating an immersive virtual environment and Electroencephalogram (EEG)-based experimental paradigm to both record and analyse the brain activity of a user and explore what type of virtual environment is more suitable and comfortable. Finally, we present some preliminary findings based on the first method.
doi:10.3390/ijgi7010036 fatcat:ty35lqq5ufdvzpkjcjbh3cam7a

Multi-Sensor Enabled Live Virtual Geographic Environment: A Way to the Implementation of Mirror World

Weitao Che, Hui Lin, Mingyuan Hu
2017 Proceedings (MDPI)  
With the two cores of database and model-base, Virtual Geographic Environment (VGE) breaks the limitations of the traditional Geographic Information System (GIS), which provides new support to the study and understanding of our world. VGE is proposed as a new generation of geographic language that is characterized by "feeling it in person, knowing it beyond reality". Unlike traditional data-centered GIS, VGE is a human-centered environment that represents and simulates both physical and human
more » ... vironments. In the past, the data that fueled GIS/VGE was typically created to represent the state of the geoscape at a specific moment in time ("historic" or "current"; or "future" to represent a future modeled state). While this kind of data has been proven to be very valuable for numerous applications and analyses, even the "current" snapshot quickly falls out of sync with the real world. The fast-paced, constantly changing world makes the "current" snapshot outdated as soon as it is created. Fortunately, advances in sensor technology are revolutionizing the way in which geospatial information is collected and analyzed. For example, cameras and GPS sensors have the ability to provide continuous streams of geospatially-rich information. In this topic, the emergence of integrating multi-sensor data and VGE is illustrated firstly. For this, multi-sensor enabled Live VGE is proposed as a new branch of VGE study to describe the everchanging world, which is a way to implement the Mirror World. Mirror World is the virtual environment that is parallel the real world to facilitate its understanding and engagement through tools for interpreting massive data streams and shared decision-making at varying temporal and spatial scales. In our multi-sensor enabled Live VGE, multiple kinds of sensors such as GPS, in-situ sensors, visual sensors, etc., are used to incorporate the temporal aspect and real-time information into the geographic environment. A framework of Live VGE is given based on the proposed concept, in which multiple sensor data are geo-coded and integrated with the 3D VGE platform. A customized geosensor network service for Live VGE is provided to manage all the sensors and format the sensor data stream. After that, a new reconstruction method for these sensor data, especially the mobile sensing data, is mentioned to meet the demands of real-time visualization and simulation. Finally, environmental monitoring and simulation based case studies and experiments are also presented.
doi:10.3390/proceedings1080853 fatcat:eonnggr6ljfp7eg7ov7tjk2vje
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