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Efficient and Stable Perovskite Solar Cells by Fluorinated Ionic Liquid–Induced Component Interaction Journal article
Solar RRL, 2021,Volume: 5,Issue: 1
Authors:  Wang,Yue;  Chao,Lingfeng;  Niu,Tingting;  Li,Deli;  Wei,Qi;  Wu,Hui;  Qiu,Jian;  Lu,Hui;  Ran,Chenxin;  Zhong,Qi;  Song,Lin;  Xing,Guichuan;  Xia,Yingdong;  Chen,Yonghua;  Müller-Buschbaum,Peter;  Huang,Wei
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component interaction  fluorinated ionic liquids  perovskite solar cells  stability  
Quantitative characterization of ginsenoside biotransformation in panax notoginseng inflorescences and leaves by online two-dimensional liquid chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry Journal article
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2020,Volume: 68,Issue: 19,Page: 5327-5338
Authors:  Ma,Li Juan;  Cao,Ji Liang;  Meng,Fan Cheng;  Wang,Sheng Peng;  Deng,Yun;  Wang,Yi Tao;  Li,Peng;  Wan,Jian Bo
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Ginsenoside Transformation  Online Hilic × Rp-ltq-ms  Panax Notoginseng Inflorescences  Panax Notoginseng Leaves  
Supramolecular Nano-Encapsulation of Anabasine Reduced Its Developmental Toxicity in Zebrafish Journal article
Frontiers in Chemistry, 2020,Volume: 8
Authors:  Gao,Yan;  Yang,Xue;  Wang,Ziyi;  Zhong,Zhangfeng;  Hu,Yuanjia;  Wang,Yitao
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anabasine  cucurbit[7]uril  supermolecular  toxicity  zebrafish  
Metal-organic frameworks for multimodal bioimaging and synergistic cancer chemotherapy Journal article
COORDINATION CHEMISTRY REVIEWS, 2019,Volume: 399
Authors:  Zhan Zhang;  Wei Sang;  Lisi Xie;  Yunlu Dai
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Metal-organic Frameworks  Surface Modification  Bioimaging  Cancer Chemotherapy  Synergistic Therapy  
Metabolic Profiling of Saponin-Rich Ophiopogon japonicus Roots Based on(1)H NMR and HPTLC Platforms1 Journal article
PLANTA MEDICA, 2019,Volume: 85,Issue: 11/12,Page: 917-924
Authors:  Yanhui Ge;  Xiaojia Chen;  Dejan Gođevac;  PaulaC.P.Bueno;  LuisF.Salomé Abarca;  Young Pyo Jang;  Mei Wang;  Young Hae Choi
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Metabolic Profiling  Ophiopogon Japonicus  Asparagaceae  Saponin  Nmr  Hptlc  Age  Growth Location  
Antidepressive effects of a chemically characterized maqui berry extract (Aristotelia chilensis (molina) stuntz) in a mouse model of Post-stroke depression Conference paper
FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY, Guangzhou, PEOPLES R CHINA, 2019-8
Authors:  Arianna Di Lorenzo;  Anatoly P. Sobolev;  Seyed Fazel Nabavi;  Antoni Sureda;  Akbar Hajizadeh Moghaddam;  Sedigheh Khanjani;  Carmen Di Giovanni;  Jianbo Xiao;  Samira Shirooie;  Arold Jorel Tsetegho Sokeng;  Alessandra Baldi;  Luisa Mannina;  Seyed Mohammad Nabavi;  Maria Daglia
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Chemical Characterization  In Vivo Antioxidant Activity  Maqui Berry Extract  Murine Model System  Post-stroke Depression  
Correlating the chloride diffusion coefficient and pore structure of cement-based materials using modified noncontact electrical resistivity measurement Journal article
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 2019,Volume: 31,Issue: 3
Authors:  He R.;  Ye H.;  Ma H.;  Fu C.;  Jin X.;  Li Z.
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Chloride diffusion coefficient  Electrical resistivity  Formation factor  Low-field nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)  Pore structure  
Investigating molecular interactions of high-loaded glipizide-HPMCAS microparticles by integrated experimental and modeling techniques Journal article
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES, 2019,Volume: 131,Page: 127-135
Authors:  Qiang Li;  Qianqian Zhao;  Qiufang Jing;  Xiaosi Ma;  Ning Chen;  Guobin Ren;  Defang Ouyang;  Fuzheng Ren
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Glipizide  Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose Acetate  Succinate (Hpmcas)  Molecular Interaction  Molecular Dynamics Simulation  
Metabolite characterization of powdered fruits and leaves from Adansonia digitata L. (baobab): A multi-methodological approach Journal article
Food Chemistry, 2019,Volume: 272,Page: 93-108
Authors:  Tsetegho Sokeng A.J.;  Sobolev A.P.;  Di Lorenzo A.;  Xiao J.;  Mannina L.;  Capitani D.;  Daglia M.
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Adansonia Digitata L.  Chemical Characterization  Electrospray Ion-trap Mass Spectrometry (Esi-ms) Detection  Fruit Pulp  Leaves  Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (Nmr) Spectroscopy  Photodiode Array Detection (Pda)  Reverse-phase High-performance Liquid Chromatography (Rp-hplc)  
Metabolite characterization of powdered fruits and leaves from Adansonia digitata L. (baobab): A multi-methodological approach Conference paper
FOOD CHEMISTRY, Kunming, PEOPLES R CHINA, AUG 25-30, 2018
Authors:  Sokeng, Arold Jorel Tsetegho;  Sobolev, Anatoly P.;  Di Lorenzo, Arianna;  Xiao, Jianbo;  Mannina, Luisa;  Capitani, Donatella;  Daglia, Maria
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Adansonia Digitata L.  Fruit Pulp  Leaves  Chemical Characterization  Reverse-phase High-performance Liquid Chromatography (Rp-hplc)  Photodiode Array Detection (Pda)  Electrospray Ion-trap Mass Spectrometry (Esi-ms) Detection  Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (Nmr) Spectroscopy