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Total-Effect Test is Superfluous for Establishing Complementary Mediation Journal article
Statistica Sinica, 2020
Authors:  Yingkai Jiang;  Xinshu Zhao;  Lixing Zhu;  Jun S. Liu;  Ke Deng
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Complementary Mediation  Hypothesis Testing  Linear Model  Mediation Analysis  Total-effect Test  
Serially coupled reversed phase-hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography-tailored multiple reaction monitoring, a fit-for-purpose tool for large-scale targeted metabolomics of medicinal bile Journal article
ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA, 2018,Volume: 1037,Page: 119-129
Authors:  Song, Qingqing;  Liu, Wenjing;  Chen, Xiaojia;  Li, Jun;  Li, Peng;  Yang, Fengqing;  Wang, Yitao;  Song, Yuelin;  Tu, Pengfei
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Large-scale Targeted Metabolomics  Serially Coupled Rplc-hilic  Tailored Multiple Reaction Monitoring  Medicinal Bile  Bile Acids  
Fast identification of anticancer constituents in Forsythiae Fructus based on metabolomics approaches Journal article
JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOMEDICAL ANALYSIS, 2018,Volume: 154,Page: 312-320
Authors:  Bao, Jiaolin;  Ding, Ren-Bo;  Jia, Xuejing;  Liang, Yeer;  Liu, Fang;  Wang, Kai;  Zhang, Chao;  Li, Peng;  Wang, Yitao;  Wan, Jian-Bo;  He, Chengwei
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Forsythiae Fructus  Anticancer  Metabolomics  Multivariate Data Analysis  B16-f10 Melanoma  
Polarity-extended quantitative analysis of bear bile and its analogues using serially coupled reversed phase-hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography-tailored multiple reaction monitoring Journal article
RSC ADVANCES, 2017,Volume: 7,Issue: 83,Page: 52822-52831
Authors:  Song, Qingqing;  Liu, Wenjing;  Yan, Yu;  Li, Peng;  Li, Jun;  Tu, Pengfei;  Wang, Yitao;  Song, Yuelin
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Using Principle Component Regression, Artificial Neural Network, and Hybrid Models for Predicting Phytoplankton Abundance in Macau Storage Reservoir Journal article
Environmental Modeling and Assessment, 2015,Volume: 20,Issue: 4,Page: 355-365
Authors:  Iek In Ieong;  Inchio Lou;  Wai Kin Ung;  Kai Meng Mok
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Algal Bloom  Artificial Neural Network  Forecast Model  Phytoplankton Abundance  Prediction Model  Principle Component Analysis  
Polymeric micelles drug delivery system in oncology Journal article
JOURNAL OF CONTROLLED RELEASE, 2012,Volume: 159,Issue: 3,Page: 312-323
Authors:  Gong, J (Gong, Jian);  Chen, MW (Chen, Meiwan);  Zheng, Y (Zheng, Ying);  Wang, SP (Wang, Shengpeng;  Wang, YT (Wang, Yitao)
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Accelerated Blood Clearance  Cell Lung-cancer  Pegylated Liposomal Doxorubicin  Albumin-bound Paclitaxel  Acid) Block-copolymer  Phase-ii Trial  Metastatic Breast-cancer  Metal Complex Micelle  In-vivo Evaluation  Antitumor-activity  
Bhargava and Ishizuka's BI-method: A neglected method for variable selection Journal article
Journal of Experimental Education, 2005,Volume: 73,Issue: 4,Page: 353-367
Authors:  SHING ON LEUNG;  JOHN SACHS
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Bi-method  Item Selection  Principal Components  Principal Variables  Variable Selection  
Design of Multiple Cause-Selecting Charts for Multistage Processes with Model Uncertainty Journal article
Quality Engineering, 2004,Volume: 16,Issue: 3,Page: 437-450
Authors:  Lianjie Shu;  Fugee Tsung;  Kailash C. Kapur
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Principal Components Regression  Statistical Process Control