Selection of Treatment Options for Locally Advanced Rectal Cancer: An MRI-based Risk Stratification Scoring System
We developed the mrDEC scoring system to accurately predict the prognosis of patients with LARC and to distinguish true high-risk patients from low-risk patients.
MAP2B is a metagenomic profiler that works differently from universal marker or whole genome-based methods for deciphering whole metagenome sequencing, which can significantly remove false identifications and generate highly accurate taxonomic profiling results.
Research on high spatial resolution Raman distributed fiber optic sensing technology based on chaotic correlation method
This study presents an optimized proteogenomic workflow for the discovery of neoantigens (in particular RNA-derived neoantigens) in a pan-cancer cohort and sheds light on the entity-agnostic prevalence of HLA-I peptide presentation of RNA processing events for tumor targeting.
Revolutionizing Stress Monitoring: Multimodal Responses and Segmented Populations in Biofilms Unveiled by a Three-Colour Stress Biosensor
Our team at The Kidney Project chose a biohybrid approach to tissue engineering a universal donor kidney that mimics the tandem filtration-concentration physiology of a healthy kidney. Here, we show that cellular scaffolds can double as immunological barriers between host and allogeneic cells.
Revealing the contrasting roles of soil moisture−atmosphere feedbacks in modulating the abrupt transition from drought to pluvial conditions
There is a significant increase in the occurrence of drought and pluvial transitions globally during 1980−2020. We find that the transitive causal chains induced by land−atmosphere feedbacks play an important role in triggering the occurrence of drought and pluvial transitions.
Our study finds a remarkable 43% decline in the frequency of low-latitude cyclones (LLCs, originating between 5°N and 11°N) during the post-monsoon season in the north Indian Ocean (NIO) in recent decades (1981-2010) compared to earlier decades (1951-1980).