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SARS-CoV-2 spike protein-ACE2 interaction increases carbohydrate sulfotransferases and reduces N-acetylgalactosamine-4-sulfatase by p38 MAPK
This article describes how increased chondroitin sulfate may contribute to the pathogenesis of Covid-19 due to increased biosynthesis and reduced arylsulfatase B-mediated degradation.
The study of cross-catenated metallacages, which are complex self-assembly systems arising from multiple supramolecular interactions and hierarchical assembly processes, is currently lacking. We report a cross-catenane formed between two position-isomeric Pt(II) metallacages in the solid state.
A drug-free cardiovascular stent functionalized with tailored collagen supports in-situ healing of vascular tissues
Our lab is dedicated to the development of various cardiovascular biomaterials and implantable devices. We have near 300 scientific papers published and more than 400 patents granted. For more information of our lab, please visit website (https://www.x-mol.com/groups/wang_yunbing).
Barium Titanate is a well known ferroelectric and piezoelectric material, i.e. materials that strain with voltage. We show in this work that one can remove ferroelectricity in this material by placing defects, yet, hugely enhancing the electromechanical effects. This is useful in context of M/NEMS.
Despite high energy density exhibited by lithium||sulfur (Li||S) batteries, charge-discharge rates remain low, limiting practical application under high-power output. The objective of this study is to boost sulfur reduction kinetics for high-power Li||S batteries.
Data mining to reposition a religious tourist destination in COVID-19 Natalia Vila-Lopez, Ines Kuster-Boluda
This paper investigates how data mining can be used to identify the main topics associated with the positioning of tourism destination. Financed by Consellería de Innovación, Universidades, Ciencia y Sociedad Digital. AICO 2022 CIAICO/2021/062: El deporte en la construcción de marca país...