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Optimization of microwave-assisted extraction of bioactive alkaloids from lotus plumule using response surface methodology Journal article
Journal of Pharmaceutical Analysis, 2016,Volume: 6,Issue: 6,Page: 382-388
Authors:  Xiong W.;  Chen X.;  Lv G.;  Hu D.;  Zhao J.;  Li S.
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Alkaloids  Functional food  Lotus plumule  Microwave-assisted extraction  
One-Dimensional MoS2-Decorated TiO2 nanotube gas sensors for efficient alcohol sensing Journal article
Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 2016,Volume: 674,Page: 252-258
Authors:  Zhao P.X.;  Tang Y.;  Mao J.;  Chen Y.X.;  Song H.;  Wang J.W.;  Song Y.;  Liang Y.Q.;  Zhang X.M.
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Gas sensor  MoS2  p-n heterojunction  TiO2 nanotubes  
Cutting edge: A cullin-5-TRAF6 interaction promotes TRAF6 polyubiquitination and lipopolysaccharide signaling Journal article
Journal of Immunology, 2016,Volume: 197,Issue: 1,Page: 21-26
Authors:  Zhu Z.;  Wang L.;  Hao R.;  Zhao B.;  Sun L.;  Ye R.D.
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Controllable Fabrication of Large-Area Wrinkled Graphene on a Solution Surface Journal article
ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 2016,Volume: 8,Issue: 17,Page: 10977-10984
Authors:  Chen W.;  Gui X.;  Liang B.;  Liu M.;  Lin Z.;  Zhu Y.;  Tang Z.
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graphene  interface interaction  morphological controls  stretchable sensors  wrinkles  
A novel Nogo-66 receptor antagonist peptide promotes neurite regeneration in vitro Journal article
Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience, 2016,Volume: 71,Page: 80-91
Authors:  Sun Z.;  Dai X.;  Li Y.;  Jiang S.;  Lou G.;  Cao Q.;  Hu R.;  Huang Y.;  Su Z.;  Chen M.;  Luo H.;  Lin X.;  Sun J.;  Xiao F.
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Antagonist peptide  Neurite regeneration  Nogo-66 receptor  Phage display  
Encapsulation of low lipophilic and slightly water-soluble dihydroartemisinin in PLGA nanoparticles with phospholipid to enhance encapsulation efficiency and in vitro bioactivity Journal article
Journal of Microencapsulation, 2016,Volume: 33,Issue: 1,Page: 43-52
Authors:  Wang L.;  Wang Y.;  Wang X.;  Sun L.;  Zhou Z.;  Lu J.;  Zheng Y.
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Cancer  Encapsulation  Nanoparticle  Phospholipids  Plga